National Lottery Funding Surgery

Posted on: June 26, 2020

Content from Rainbow Services


The National Lottery Community Fund really recognise the disproportionate impact Covid-19 continues to have on some communities. To that end, they are particularly interested in seeing applications from organisations supporting BAME communities, LGBTQ+ communities and user-led disability groups (DPOs – run and controlled by disabled people themselves).   If you are interested in taking part in a one to one funding surgery with Danielle from The National Lottery Community Fund, please contact [email protected]

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