The Berkeley Foundation are looking for applications from small-to-medium sized charities and CICs who are working to improve the mental health and wellbeing of young people from Black and Minoritised communities. They are open for applications from now until the end of October 2022.
The Resilience Fund forms part of the Foundation’s new 2030 Strategy and represents a £900,000 investment in strengthening the voluntary sector over four years. It aims to support small to medium sized organisations to invest in organisational development and build resilience for the future. We will distribute grants of up to £30,000, with 10 grants to be awarded each year.
We know that the voluntary sector is under more pressure than ever following the pandemic, and organisations are facing more uncertainty as the cost of living increases. Through this fund, we want to help organisations set aside time to focus on building their organisational resilience –– whether through improved governance, strengthened people power, better financial planning or stronger systems and strategies.
For the grant guidelines click here Resilience Fund 2022-23 – guidelines
There is an online session giving interested parties the opportunity to speak to the team directly this Thursday 21st July, registration below.