We offer small-scale funding for community groups to participate in our projects. If you have any queries about what we fund please email email@example.com. Funding is available to community groups and schools across England. Community groups and schools can access our free resources by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding is available until 22 November – we recommend early applications! If you have any questions, just contact the Big Ideas Team at email@example.com.
Current funding opportunities
Community groups from across England can apply for small scale community funding for Unremembered projects. This could fund a performance, pay for a speaker, or support a visit to Labour Corps graves, as well as much more. You can apply until 22 November 2017, and any activity must take place before 26 November 2017. To apply, please complete the attached funding application form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
The maximum amount of The Unremembered funding you can now apply for is up to £50 per project.
Create an Unremembered Memorial, holding up the names of members of the Labour Corps who died during the First World War. This is a simple and meaningful activity to commemorate the Labour Corps with your local community. Just send us the names of the Labour Corps you want to remember, and we can create the certificates for you.
Unremembered Memorial Community Funding Application
Community groups from across England can now apply for small scale community funding for Passchendaele at Home projects. This could fund a trip to a local cemetery to visit possible Passchendaele graves, pay for a speaker, pay for a community event to share your research, amongst many other possibilities. You can apply until 22 November 2017, and any activity must take place before 26 November 2017. To apply, please complete the funding application form below and return it to email@example.com.
The maximum amount of Passchendaele at Home funding you can now apply for is up to £50 per project.