Project funding from £100 to £3000 to help students turn their ideas into reality.
Applications opening spring 2021
SEF will be running during summer term 2021
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£50,000 prize fund. £100,000 worth of business support. 5 winners. DBACE is seeking 18 to 30-year-old creative entrepreneurs who are driven by a mission to build and sustain social value through their enterprise. All business stages are eligible. Creative industries specific.
Entries for the 2021 Ashden Awards, the annual search for outstanding climate solutions, have opened. As communities aim to endure and recover from the pandemic, backing green innovation is more important than ever. Climate innovation can help deliver a green recovery from coronavirus by creating better health, well-paid jobs and fairer societies as well as lower emissions. The awards will highlight trailblazing climate solutions in the public, private and charity sectors – this year, three categories target initiatives in the UK, and four target initiatives in developing countries. Winners benefit from a grant of up to £20,000, publicity, business support and networking opportunities – so their ideas can be scaled up or replicated
Warwick Institute of Engagement’s “Community Partnership Fund" provides a small grant and in-kind support to local community groups and organisations seeking to develop and deliver events or projects in partnership with University of Warwick staff and students, as part of UK City of Culture 2021. The deadline for applications is 26 April, at noon.
The Food GRP is now able to offer funding of £500 - £1000 during the period 1 April – 31 July 2021 The Food GRP is now able to offer funding of £500 - £1000 during the period 1 April – 31 July 2021
We welcome innovative food and drink proposals consistent with our four themes that demonstrate one or more of the following:
- Benefits to business;
- Benefits to the public sector;
- Benefits to social and community groups;
- Wider cultural benefits;
- Wider economic benefits and social benefits.
Funding opportunity from the Food GRP £500 - £1,000 – money still available, submit proposal by 14/5/2021 Funding opportunity from the Food GRP £500 - £1,000 – money still available, submit proposal by 14/5/2021
This webinar will share an aspect of the food security research that Sue is currently undertaking in Cardinia Shire Council, a local Government area in Melbourne. This research project 'Harnessing community expertise in designing decision support systems to understand and act on food insecurity in local government settings in the UK and Australia' is in collaboration with Dr Martine Barons, from the University of Warwick and is funded by a Monash Warwick Alliance Research Catalyst Fund