London Borough of Culture Fellowship Funding – Make it Happen

Website: https://wfculture19.co.uk/fellowshipfunding

As part of Waltham Forest’s year as London Borough of Culture, there is over £550,000 of Fellowship Funding available to support artists and organisations to create locally relevant, ambitious cultural activity right across the borough during 2019. This is your opportunity to deliver a cultural project or activity, get involved and be part of our spectacular year. Applications are now open for Make it Happen round 2. This provides funds for new arts and culture activities, that will be part of the London Borough of Culture 2019 programme. People can apply for funding from £100 to £30,000. Applications can be made by individuals, community groups, voluntary and not-for-profit organisations. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and whilst they are not required to live or work in Waltham Forest applicants based outside of the borough must be able to demonstrate meaningful levels of engagement with local artists, community groups or organisations. The project must be delivered in Waltham Forest and/or be exclusively for Waltham Forest residents.

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Expires: March 4, 2019


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