The amount of funding provided will be about £1,000-£10,000 per project.
Who is eligible?
Member cities of the Forum for Cities in Transition, whether as an incorporated body or agreed lead organisation within the city.
Grant, loan, or gifts in kind?
The fund will provide grant payments for agreed work, which will not be paid back. Payments may be for costs to facilitate administrative work of an FCT city group and/or its FCT projects. This may include work undertaken by the FCT Secretariat for the benefit of an FCT city group.
Who receives the money?
The incorporated body or agreed lead organisation of an FCT city group and/or the FCT Secretariat, as appropriate (and where eligible to receive funds, under UK law).
How do I donate?
Links to unique crowdfunding pages are provided on individual project pages. You can also contact us to discuss your interest and support. Many thanks!
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