Aims/priorities: The funding is for impactful and original projects that can demonstrate a clear link to the effects of the pandemic across the following six funding priority areas:
- Educational inequalities
- Domestic Violence
- Health and wellbeing
- Social exclusion and isolation
Applications where there are other clear benefits to the community will also be considered.
- Take place in Great Britain.
- Are addressing a systemic issue related to the effects of pandemic.
- Are innovative and attempting to break new ground.
- Leave a significant and tangible legacy after one year.
Who can apply? Applications will be considered from:
- Charities in Great Britain, i.e. organisations who are registered charities with official charity numbers (i.e. registered with the Charity Commission or with OSCR).
- Charities who have an annual income at least twice the amount that is being applied for (i.e. if applying for £500,000 then the lead applicant must have an income of at least £1 million and if applying for £1 million then the lead applicant must have an income of at least £2 million as evidenced by their latest audited accounts).
Grant amount: Grants of between £500,000 and £1 million are available.
Application process: The criteria, guidance notes and application form can be found on the Postcode Dream Fund website.
There is a three-stage application process.
- Stage 1 will open for charities to submit the high level details of their project and the problems they are trying to solve.
- Stage 2 involves the most impressive, impactful and original projects being shortlisted submitting a more detailed project application.
Deadline: 30 October 2020, 17:30
Contact information: Tel 0131 603 8611 Email email@example.com
Website address: www.postcodedreamtrust.org.uk