This week we’re celebrating Small Charities Week by highlighting the impact some of our activities have had in supporting grass roots organisations that embody our shared values and provide essential services to our communities with very limited resources.
Our climate change and risk education grant programme is now open for applications
With climate change at the top of the agenda in recent weeks, supporting small charities who are working hard to tackle climate change and preserve conservation, or driving risk education and behaviour change to help us live safer lives has never been more important.
Our new grant programme is open to applications from registered charities, community groups and community interest companies until 2 July 2021, and RSA plans to send grants of up to £10,000 to successful applicants by the end of July 2021.
To secure a grant, charities will need to demonstrate their projects are tackling climate change, conservation, and offsetting carbon emissions. It is also open to charities with programmes that share RSA’s ambition to improve risk education for road, home, cycle and online safety, as well as child safety, ideally driving behaviour change.
Details on how to apply and the full entry criteria are available here.