Grants available: £1,000 – £5,000
Application closes: On a rolling basis.
- Round 15: Noon on March 13th 2024
- Round 16: Noon on June 12th 2024
- Round 17: Noon on October 2nd 2024
Who is the funding for: UK-based non-for-profit organisations
Clarion Futures work with charities, social enterprises and any other organisation making a positive difference in our communities. Every year they support thousands of people into work, help people manage their money, improve their digital skills and empower people to develop strong connections in the community.
Grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 will be available to organisations seeking to deliver innovative, well designed projects that support Clarion residents and the wider community to address digital exclusion. The Fund is designed to support Clarion residents and the wider community to get online and stay online, and to use the internet as an everyday tool, safely and confidently.
Applications are open on a rolling basis; however to be considered for Round 15, applications must be submitted by 12 noon Wednesday 13th March 2024.
Who can apply
Not-for-profit organisations including constituted community groups, registered charities,
companies limited by guarantee, social enterprises or Community Interest Companies (CICs)
are eligible to apply to the Clarion Futures Digital Grants Programme.
Conditions for applying
Organisations must meet the following eligibility criteria before submitting an application:
- Delivering a project primarily aimed at supporting Clarion residents and the wider
- Have at least three (3) unrelated management committee members/trustees
- Have a governing document
- Have an organisational bank account in the name of the constituted group with at least
two (2) unrelated signatories
- Have a record of income and expenditure or set of accounts
If you are a new group you will need a bank statement and an income and expenditure forecast
- Have a safeguarding policy if working with young people under 18, or vulnerable adults
- Have the relevant insurance in place, including public liability, and employer liability
- Have an online safety policy in place covering participants, tutors/trainers and
volunteers. If you do not have this in place, you will be obligated to develop a
policy as a condition of funding
Funding is aimed at projects which are actively seeking to support residents of Clarion
housing and we expect to see delivery in and around Clarion neighbourhoods. Projects can
support a range of beneficiaries including both Clarion residents and members of the wider