The Church Urban Fund’s Together Funds programme offers grants of up to £5,000 for faith-based organisations to engage in social action, either for initiating or developing community work.
The activity should meet the following primary criteria:
- It must be directly tackling poverty. We favour activities that are working directly with people in need.
- The lead applicant must be faith-based.
- Applicants need to be working in partnership with at least one other organisation. These do not need to be faith-based.
- The activity must have a local focus, being based locally with community involvement in identifying needs, initiating responses and running the project.
In addition to the above criteria, CUF also assess applications by a number of priorities. These are:
- Activity linked to or supported by a member organisation of the Together Network.
- Activity identified by dioceses as being key to the reduction of deprivation in their
- Activity that involves and encourages volunteering.
- Activity that raises capacity and encourages learning, which leads people onto new
Applications can be submitted at any time.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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