UK Government Releases £150m From Dormant Bank Accounts

Posted on: June 4, 2020

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The Government has freed up £150m of funding raised through dormant bank accounts to support social enterprises and charities working through the Covid-19 crisis.

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announced he would speed up the release of £71m of new funds and reallocate £79m already released to help charities’ responding to the coronavirus outbreak.  The “Coronavirus Community Support Fund” is open for applications, with funds due to be distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund.

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