Women’s organisations and services in England that are supporting women who are experiencing poverty and low income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for funding.
The new £1 million programme is intended to help previously sustainable organisations that care for, work with, or manage historic buildings to fund consultancy support to develop new operating models and business plans, where the impact of COVID-19 means the organisation is at risk of no longer trading viably by March 2021.
A new £2.1 million Fund has been launched for voluntary and community sector organisations in England that are supporting women whose poverty has been exacerbated by the coronavirus crisis or those who have been pushed into new poverty and financial hardship.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announces a series of measures to safeguard viable jobs and protect businesses across Wales and the UK over the winter months
Targeted funding for Reception pupils to help schools boost early language skills.
As with many crises, the COVID-19 pandemic is having a disproportionate impact in LGBTQ communities and other marginalized communities.
Here is a list of emergency funders:
Loans are available for SMEs and third sector organisations in the UK that are at risk of not continuing planned or existing innovation activity due to a lack of funds directly related to COVID-19.
Want to take ownership of your local pub and run it for the benefit of the community? Need help getting it into community hands?
In England, we’re focusing on funding organisations supporting people and communities who experience disproportionate challenge and difficulty as a result of the COVID-19 crisis.