National Lottery Community Fund - Survey on Strategy
The National Lottery Community Fund is one of our most important funders for community projects. In the last year alone, they awarded £43 million to 1261 community projects across the UK, including an exciting new intergenerational project in Enfield, London.
The Fund is currently seeking input on their funding strategy in Scotland, as part of a wider UK strategy renewal process. Find out more about why they are doing this consultation right now by reading their blog from Kate Still, Chair of our Scotland Committee and Vice Chair of our UK Board. This is a huge opportunity for all of us to provide feedback on the kinds of projects we need in our communities. We would certainly like to see more funding for intergenerational projects in Scotland.
By taking a couple of minutes to fill in this survey, you would help us to raise awareness about the positive impacts of intergenerational projects and potentially impact the National Lottery Community Fund’s overall funding priorities.
We call on all our members and supporters to help us make the case for more funding for intergenerational approaches! With your help, we will hopefully soon see more funded intergenerational projects springing up all across Scotland.