Funding to encourage conversations about Severe and Multiple Disadvantage

16 March, 2020

 

The Lankelly Chase Foundation has announced the launch of a new Connected Grants Programme to promote and support new conversations about severe and multiple disadvantage within sectors or local areas.

Charities, individuals and partnerships, community groups, networks, statutory organisations and educational institutions can apply for grants of between £1,500 and £3,000 to cover costs incurred in organising and running an activity or event such as venue hire, catering, materials and staff.

The events will be aimed at exploring and expanding on Lankelly Chase’s ‘Connected’ series of reports on the people who are affected by severe and multiple disadvantage and who are in contact with homelessness, substance misuse and criminal justice services.

The closing date for applications is 9th April 2020 for events to take place over Spring and Summer 2020.

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