Funding for “Black and Minoritised community-led charities and grassroots groups”

2021-07-06T08:19:07+00:00

About the fund

Area: England.

Suitable for: Black and Minoritised Community charities and grassroots groups.

Funding size: Individual grant sizes are yet to be announced, the total fund is £50 million.

Application deadline: Register your interest now. Operational details will be designed and developed over the summer – with the aim of awarding funding from autumn 2021.

The National Lottery Community Fund and The Ubele Initiative, on behalf of The Phoenix Way Partners, have today jointly announced a new £50 million partnership aimed to boost funding and support to Black and Minoritised Community charities and grassroots groups over the next five years.

‘The Phoenix Way’ will create a series of national and regional panels, made of leaders and decision-makers from Black and Minoritised Community-led charities and grassroots groups from across England.

The Phoenix Way National Steering Group will work with The National Lottery Community Fund to identify national and regional priorities and award funding to Black and Minoritised community-led charities and grassroots groups that are best placed to support their communities to thrive.

Operational details of The Phoenix Way programme will be designed and developed over the summer – with the aim of awarding funding, from autumn 2021. Black and Minoritised community-led charities and grassroots groups that wish to register an interest in the programme should email thephoenixway@ubele.org.

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About the Author:

Keir is a project officer based in Semble's Bristol office. Most of his time is spent on two of our movement campaigns, Outdoor Classroom Day and Backyard Nature. One of Keir’s main interests is food equality and outside of Semble he runs a small community food waste project.