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Apply to the Scale Accelerator programme for mission-driven organisations

Published : 17/07/20 | Categories: Funding,Information & support,

Organisations from Wales are invited to apply to Spring Impact’s Scale Accelerator Programme

Is there a pressing social issue that you are passionate about addressing? Do you feel that your organisation should be doing even more to solve it?

Scale Accelerator helps mission-driven organisations to maximise their impact on people’s lives by offering £30,000 worth of consultancy from a dedicated team of experts.

The programme is fully funded by The National Lottery Foundation and open to UK based charities and social enterprises.

Applications open: 15 June 2020
Applications close: 12 August 2020
Programme start date: November 2020

Since COVID-19 the programme now offers two tracks of support

  • Helping organisations figure out how you reach more people in a sustainable way
  • Helping organisations pivot, prioritise and adapt to maximise impact as the world around us is changing

The programme offers tailored support, events and membership of a network.

To find out more and whether your organisation meets the criteria for the programme, please download the information pack (English only).

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