Tudor Trust still open for non-emergency applications

The Tudor Trust is still open for non-emergency applications from organisations they are not currently supporting. Their trustees want to provide support to voluntary and community groups in the medium term, beyond the first emergency phase, as they focus on how they might carry their work forward.

The Trust understand that the way you work will almost certainly have changed in response to the Coronavirus crisis. It may make sense for you to share something of this with them, but they are also keen to understand what is at the heart of the work you do.

What remains unchanged in terms of your values and approach?
What will you be building on when we come through this immediate crisis?
But alongside this, how might things have changed for you and your community?

They can still look at making longer-term grants during this uncertain period (many of their  grants are made over three years) but if we were able to fund your organisation with a longer-term grant they would fully expect that your use of their funding would change over time, in response to changing circumstances and priorities.

Read more and find out how to apply here

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