Grants of up to £5,000 are available to schools, charities and community groups for projects with a charitable purpose which benefit the community as a whole. Eligible projects must:
- Make the applicant’s organisation or project more sustainable
- Relate to financial inclusion, financial education, entrepreneurship or developing skills useful in business
- Have a long-term benefit for the community
- Have a clear approach or strategy for attracting future funding or otherwise ensuring the continuation of the project
Grants are not normally given to cover salary costs, unless the group has a clear strategy for its future sustainability. National charities are not eligible.
Deadline: Continuous rolling programme (applications are reviewed on a quarterly basis).
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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