Edge Fund’s Funding Round 10: Supporting those Taking Action for Equitable and Sustainable World

Deadline: 24 February 2019

Applications are open for the Edge Fund’s funding round 10 to support those taking action for a just, equitable and sustainable world.

They fund work that challenges abuses of power and aims to bring an end to the systems that cause injustice. This could be our economic system, our political system or any system that discriminates against people based on their identity or background (e.g. class, ability, gender, race, nationality, religion, sexuality, age or other factors).

Funding Information

Grant of up to £3,000 will be provided by them.

What they fund

  • Work that creates long-term change in society by addressing the causes of injustice and inequality.
    Work addressing issues facing a particular community that is led by that community (e.g. a group working on issues around sex work should be led by people with direct lived experience of sex work).
  • Groups based in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and England.
  • They fund small groups that struggle to get funding elsewhere, particularly if other funders might consider them to be too radical. The average income of groups they fund is around £2500. If applicants have received funding from mainstream sources, such as the Big Lottery or local council, or have several paid staff, they’re probably not the fund for them.
  • They fund all types of non-profit organisations, including groups that are not formally registered.
  • Groups who have a religious purpose are welcome to apply but they don’t provide financial support for any activity, initiative or project where the primary aim is to promote religion.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Groups based in Scotland / Republic of Ireland / Northern Ireland / ROI & Northern Ireland / Wales / Northern England / Midlands / Southern England / UK-wide

How to Apply

Applicants can apply via given website.

For further information, please visit https://www.edgefund.org.uk/apply

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