Survey launched for views of BAME-led VCSE organisations in Greater Manchester

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The National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) in Greater Manchester are working with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME*) led organisations to understand how they can make their funding more accessible and inclusive.

They are aware that they have a lot more to do to reach and support diverse communities, with some BAME-led organisations reporting that they have encountered barriers that leave them feeling NLCF funding is not for them. We’d be very grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the following survey launched by the Lottery to help them understand your point of view, whether you have previously applied for funding from them or not. 

To go to the survey and share your views, please follow this link

This important survey follows on from a recent ‘Meet the Funder’ online event with the National Lottery Community Fund, hosted by the Greater Manchester Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Network.

Besides hearing about the NLCF Awards for All and Reaching Communities Funds, the Lottery also facilitated breakout sessions with attendees to capture some insights and experiences of applying for their funds and the barriers faced. 

You can catch up on this event and access the resources shared by following this link