The fund supports projects in Tyne and Wear and Northumberland that aim to improve the life chances of disadvantaged communities.
Grants of up to £3,000 will be made to support the delivery of welfare benefits and employment-related advice and support activities to disadvantaged individuals and families in poverty and in order to achieve one or more of the following:
SMART objectives could include
Applicants will need to be located in areas of high deprivation, and to demonstrate that they have experience in delivering this support, and to provide examples of successful outcomes already achieved.
Please also indicate if support is required to maintain existing services or for additional resources to meet increased demand.
Examples of disadvantaged communities include those affected by poverty, unemployment, homelessness, asylum seeker/refugee status, disability and people with learning disabilities.
Activities which are not a priority for the REEDS Grassroots Fund
To make an application please click the Apply Online button above and mark your application for the REEDS Grassroots Fund.