Rosa’s Voices from the Frontline fund supports women’s organisations to shine a light on their fight for gender equality in the UK. It resources advocacy, campaigning and activists with lived experience of injustice and inequality – giving voice especially to women facing intersecting disadvantages including race, class, sexuality, disability, poverty or migration status.
The programme awards grants of between £500-£5,000 and aims to:
- Support campaigning, advocacy and activists working across any one of Rosa’s four pillars;
- Amplify the voices of individual women at the Frontline of grassroots work in the UK;
- Support work which can, long-term, tackle the underlying causes of a problem women face; and
- Nurture talent. Activism driven by inspiring, committed leaders can achieve remarkable results.
Organisations who are non-profitable and run by, for and with women can apply. You do not have to be a registered charity, but your activities must be charitable, legal and for the benefit of women.
Deadline: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 5pm
For more information and how to apply please click here.
Rosa will be hosting two ‘How to Apply’ webinars to help applicants develop their video applications. Please do register for one of these:
Wednesday 27 March 11am – 12pm Register here
Tuesday 30 April 12.30pm – 1.30pm Register here
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