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£1M Coronavirus Poverty Relief Grants for Small Charities: Apply Now!

£1M Coronavirus Poverty Relief Grants for Small Charities: Apply Now!

We face an unprecedented challenge to our health, economy, businesses, personal finance and way of life. And many of those who normally help society – our charities – are going to face similar pressures right now too. 

To try and help I’m going to release £1,000,000 from my personal charity fund to provide grants of £5,000 to £20,000 to small registered charities, or local arms of bigger charities, across the UK – to help with specific UK coronavirus-related poverty relief projects.

Examples could include foodbanks, charities engaged in community aid, financial advice help and more. My hope is to get the money distributed within the next couple of weeks, and I’m looking for projects that are up and running, or are in the process of being set up – as we want to deliver help at speed. 

To make this happen, I have recruited Archna, a trusted former senior member of the MSE team, and Jonathan, a charity specialist, to review and approve the applications and ensure help is spread across the UK as best as possible.

How to apply

If you are an appropriate official of a registered charity then we’ve arranged a simple

coronavirus poverty relief grant application form 

As this is all about speedy delivery applications close at 11.59 PM on Wednesday 25th March 2020 – I’ll extend it in the unlikely event we don’t get enough applications.

If you’ve questions about the charity grant applications, contact Archna/Jonathan, but please keep them short and sweet – we want to keep this a nimble process.

NB: Please ONLY apply for funds for specific coronavirus projects; there’s no point chancing your arm for other charity projects, no matter how good, it will just slow us down in making grants where needed. 

If you need help with you application, please email uchechi.eke@meetingofmindsuk.uk 

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