NatWest’s Skills and Opportunities Fund awards grants of up to £35,000 (but you cannot apply for a grant higher than 20% of your turnover) to charities, social enterprises, or community groups who have a project aimed at helping people to help themselves, in the areas of financial capability and enterprise.
Projects could help people to learn new skills that will enable them to become self-employed, set up their own business, grow their business or become financially capable. Previously, projects that offer training, support, qualifications, work placements, employment, self-employment, career guidance and enterprise opportunities.
Regional priorities for the South East include:
- projects that deliver measurable social impact and make a real difference in our disadvantaged communities; and
- projects that support either of their priorities of developing enterprise and financial capability in the region.
Deadline: Friday 28 February 2018. Applications will then be shortlisted and put to a public vote on Friday 6 April 2018 until Friday 20 April 2018 with the winners being announced on Friday 25 May 2018.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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