Culture Recovery Fund to support Cultural Organisations (UK)
The Arts Council England is seeking applications for its Culture Recovery Fund: Grants Second Round to support cultural organizations as they transition back to a viable and sustainable operating model during April-June 2021.
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This grant program is part of the Government’s £1.57 billion package to protect the UK’s culture and heritage sectors from the economic impacts of Covid-19. The criteria for the Culture Recovery Fund were designed by DCMS, and the Arts Council administering, awarding and monitoring it on their behalf.
Total fund: up to £250 million
Between £25,000 and £3,000,000
There may be a limit on how much applicants can apply to this programme for:
if applicants have previously received a grant from Culture Recovery Fund: Grants, the maximum they can receive in total across rounds is £3,000,000.
if applicants have not previously received a grant from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, the maximum they can apply for is £3,000,000.
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The lead organisation (the organisation submitting the application) should be properly constituted as an organisation. The kinds of organisations that are eligible to apply include:
Limited companies registered at Companies House.
Community interest companies (CICs) registered with the CIC regulator.
Charitable incorporated organisations (CIOs) registered with the Charity Commission.
Charitable companies or charitable trusts registered with the Charity Commission.
Limited liability partnerships registered at Companies House.
Partnerships established under a partnership deed/ agreement.
Community benefit and co-operative societies regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).
Royal Charter bodies.
Statutory bodies and other public bodies including Universities and Local Authorities who run or maintain cultural services.
Heritage organisations with a museum with either Accredited or working towards Accreditation status.
The lead organisation must either be based in England or can demonstrate that the majority of their work takes place in England.
For the avoidance of doubt, the above includes National Portfolio Organisations, Creative People and Places lead organisations and Music Education Hub lead organisations.
For more information, visit https://www.artscouncil.org.uk/CRFgrants