Sources of Charity Emergency Funding

Posted on: March 25, 2020

Ian McLintock, founder of the Charity Excellence Framework, has produced a very in-depth list of details and links to emergency funding for charities. These include UK wide, UK country, regional, global, Government financial support, specialist funding and platforms.

As this information is constantly being updated, we suggest that you read the article on LinkedIn.


EDIT 9th April 2020

Ian McLintock has kindly contacted us to let us know that the list has now more than doubled in size and is being updated each Monday. The latest funder list and the 4 charity toolkits can be downloaded from the Charity Excellence website – www.charityexcellence.co.uk

There are also lots of free funding finders, funder lists and fundraising guides on the website.

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