Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE) is calling for proposals to support civil society actors working in the field of better policing, community wellbeing, and participatory democracy. Success will be work that will:
If you want to know more, you can join a webinar on 7 September, which will include the opportunity for Q&A.
The next Trust for London funding deadline is on 5 October, and with a new, shorter application form the process is slick and streamlined. You can even book a 30- minute slot with a Grants Manager before then, helping you iron out any creases in your bid.
There are seven strands available to organisations working in London - readers should particularly check out Stronger Voices and Connecting Communities.
Though it's open all year round, new year could be ideal time to start planning for an application to the Paul Hamlyn Foundation's Ideas & Pioneers Fund. Grants of up to £15K are available - all you need is a vision of a better society and ideas for change. Application is via a short online form and a two minute video - there's plenty of guidance on the website.
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