Grants of up to £200,000 are available to UK registered charities, social enterprises and private companies for projects that address the root causes of economic inequality, including poverty and climate breakdown, and help create an economy that works for everyone.
Application deadline: Monday 15 January 2024 at 5pm.
Funder: The Friends Provident Charitable Foundation (founded 2001. Charity number 1087053. Total charitable expenditure during the year ended 30 September 2022: £2,950,988 (2021: £3,462,439 (2020: £2,874,989)).
Who can apply: UK registered charities, social enterprises and private companies.
Key words: Economic Inequality, Local Economies, IT/Artificial Intelligence, Inequality, Diversity, Social Inclusion, Disability, Sexuality, Class, Poverty, Environment/Climate Change, United Kingdom.
The Friends Provident Charitable Foundation’s Developing a Fair Economy Grants Programme aims to support projects that seek to tackle the causes of economic disparity, such as inequality, poverty, or climate breakdown, and create an economy that works for everyone. Funding is available for projects that seek to address the structural problems of the current economic system.