For all those registered to dial in to the Community Partnership and Impact grant guidance webinar on Tuesday 26 February from 11:30 – 12:30pm please be advised that numbers are high for this event.
Our system will allow for up to 1,000 registered attendees to log in on the day, and this will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
In the unlikely event that you are unable to get through please don’t worry; we will be recording the session and sharing on this website by the end of the week.
For those interested in registering, you can still do so, but please note the advice above.
A new UK Aid Direct funding round was announced on 18 January with both Community Partnership and Impact grant opportunities. The guidance has now been updated on our website and can be found in the links above.
A webinar providing additional guidance will be held on Tuesday 26 February and registration is required in advance. Existing grant holders Send a Cow and AbleChildAfrica will be joining Fund Director Karen Stephenson to share their experiences of submitting an application. A recording of the webinar will be available to download after the event.
The application portal will open on Monday 4 March and the deadline for submissions will be Wednesday 17 April.
Do refer to the guidance and FAQs for each grant type if you have any queries or contact email@example.com.
A leaflet can be downloaded from this website also.
A new UK Aid Direct funding round will open for applications on Monday 4 March. We will be accepting applications for both Community Partnership and Impact grants.
As with previous rounds, proposals will need to demonstrate how they address the Global Goals. We will also be particularly welcoming applications focussed on tackling urban poverty.
Applicant organisations must be based either in the UK, in one of the lowest 50 countries in the UN Human Density Index (HDI), or one of the Department for International Development’s (DFID) priority countries. UK based organisations will need to demonstrate how they are working in partnership with an organisation based in the country their project will be operating in.
An information leaflet is available to download from this website.
Full details on the Theory of Change, eligibility criteria of each grant type, application process and new guidance materials will be made available on ukaiddirect.org from Wednesday 20 February.
A guidance webinar to support applicants will also be held on Tuesday 26 February at 11.30 – 12.30 and registration in advance is required.
The application portal will then open on Monday 4 March and deadline for submission will be Wednesday 17 April.