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United Kingdom: Peter Sowerby Foundation announces Increasing Access Fund

United Kingdom: Peter Sowerby Foundation announces Increasing Access Fund

Deadline: 16-Nov-20

The Peter Sowerby Foundation has announced the Increasing Access Fund to support organisations to develop new services that respond to the Covid-19 situation, or to adapt existing services to meet local and national needs.

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The Fund is aimed specifically at ensuring or increasing access to key services and activities for beneficiaries who have struggled with access due to Covid-19. The Foundation will also consider supporting programmes which provide access for beneficiaries to new services which have been developed in response to a clear Covid-19 need.

The value of the Fund is £1.4million, which they will give to organisations nationally working within the key domains:

Healthcare Innovation – Organisations in the fields of disability, medical research, mental health and those supporting individuals with long-term health conditions.
Community – Organisations working with young people, especially those considered disadvantaged, delivering support to those disproportionately affected by Covid-19 and/or those working to support isolated older people.
Environment – Organisations working in the area of horticulture and conservation which have been significantly financially impacted by the closure of venues.
Arts – Organisations working in the area of arts, health and well-being where services and programmes are being adapted to benefit communities impacted by Covid-19.
Strands

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There are three funding strands to which you might seek to apply:

Digital Healthcare Breakthrough Grants: The Foundation will fund five large grants of up to £100,000 to support charities (with a maximum turnover of £5million) in the area of innovation and transformation in health and social care. This fund could support organisations to: Pilot and test new digital service delivery that will transform existing services.
Invest in digital skills development to better service beneficiaries and to launch new digital services.
Invest in digital equipment to facilitate digital service delivery.
Digital Good Causes Grants: The Digital Good Causes Fund is aimed at smaller charities (with a maximum turnover of £1million, but with a preference for smaller organisations with a turnover of around £500,000) within the area of Community, Environment and the Arts (although the Foundation may also consider applications from smaller organisations working within the area of healthcare innovation). This strand of funding seeks to support organisations to:
Pilot and test new digital service delivery that will transform existing services.
Invest in digital skills development to better service beneficiaries and to launch new digital services.
Invest in digital equipment to facilitate digital service delivery.
This strand has a maximum grant size of £25,000.
Adapted Good Causes Grants: The third strand of funding is aimed at smaller organisations (maximum turnover of £1million, but with a preference for smaller organisations with a turnover of around £500,000) working within the areas of Community, Environment and the Arts. This includes organisations working with significantly hard to reach groups, such as those who are homeless, older people, or arts organisations that require face to face interaction and where programmes or activities need to be redesigned or reshaped. This strand of funding seeks to support organisations to:
Pilot and test new service delivery in response to the Covid-19 situation.
Transform existing services to adapt to the Covid-19 situation.
Eligibility Criteria

The Foundation is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, registration number 1151978.

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For more information, visit https://www.petersowerbyfoundation.com/increasing-access-fund

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