Join the National Lottery Heritage Fund user research panel

Posted on: February 23, 2021

We are changing our services. We are considering all stages of the journey of applying for and managing grant funding.

We want to speak to people who:

– have considered applying for funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund

– have applied for funding from National Lottery Heritage Fund

– are actively preparing an application for funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund

– have been successful in their funding application – have been unsuccessful in their funding application

– are waiting for a decision to their funding application – have managed grant funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund before

– are actively running a project with the National Lottery Heritage Fund now

– have completed a project with the National Lottery Heritage Fund in the last 6 months If none of these apply to you, that’s okay.

We would still like to hear from you, but we will need to know a bit more detail about what research you’d like to contribute to, and what topics might be relevant to you.

Join here.

Author: Jade Bolton
Categories: News

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