Funding News Related to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) Outbreak

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New this Week;

Art Fund Launches Respond and Reimagine Grants
The Art Fund is providing Respond and Reimagine grants to help museums, galleries and cultural
organisations respond to immediate challenges connected to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis,
and offer support to adapt and reimagine ways of working for the longer-term future.
These grants can provide practical support to fund what applicants need now. If an organisation is
experiencing an immediate crisis with no alternative sources of funding, The Art Fund can
consider offering emergency support to help organisations manage during this difficult period.
Applicants are encouraged to let The Art Fund know what support will be most helpful.

The next deadline for applications is 6 July 2020.

Call for Projects Addressing Barriers to Being Active During Coronavirus Pandemic
Sport England is looking to support innovative projects that remove barriers to being active during the coronavirus pandemic for those communities that are currently least well-served. Already existing inequalities are currently being exacerbated by the pandemic and those most affected are not able to access sports and activity and are missing out on the health benefits.

Applications can be submitted until noon on 24 June 2020.

Edge Foundation

One-off grants for institutions and not-for-profit organisations working in the educational sector
for projects that address the educational challenges arising from the aftermath of the
coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis.
Grants will range from £10,000 to £50,000.
This is a one-off fund with an application deadline of 9 July 2020 (midday) with notifications of
decision in mid August 2020.
The funding is for medium and long-term projects addressing a post COVID-19
education scenario.
Projects must support at least one of Edge’s strategic priorities:
• A broad, flexible and engaging education
• High quality respected professional and vocational education
• Education connected to employers and the community

Seafarers UK

Grants are available to help maritime welfare charities and charities supporting seafarers in the
UK to respond to specific difficulties resulting directly from coronavirus/COVID-19.

Stop Loan Sharks Community Fund
Grants are available for local charities, community and voluntary groups, schools and statutory
agencies in England for projects that target illegal money lending.

Full details of all the funding available go to