The Rothschild Foundation is launching a Covid-19 Support Fund
The fund aims to support Buckinghamshire’s third sector organisations who have been adversely affected by the coronavirus crisis and those who have experienced significant increased demand for their service to navigate the next 12 months.
Following the emergency and ensuing lockdown, they are able to fund charitable organisations that will support the recovery of communities in Buckinghamshire. Funding will be prioritised for people experiencing hardship, and for more vulnerable groups who are likely to be disproportionately affected by the impact of COVID-19.
Services addressing mental health, social isolation and financial hardship, including homelessness, are encouraged to apply. For those not involved in direct frontline delivery, support will be informed by the interests of the Foundation, particularly the arts and cultural sector and the environment. They anticipate that as the implications of the pandemic unfold the Foundation will need to be flexible and address newly emerging areas of need.
Applications can be made through their online portal from 6th July until December 2020.
More details and full application guidance can be found on the Rothschild Foundation’s website
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