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Theme report for Inequality and discrimination #38708 Public

Created for Sarbat 10 months ago

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Ideas and Pioneers Fund by Paul Hamlyn Foundation #584815

Funding to support people with unusual or radical ideas to improve the life chances and opportunities of people in the UK. Grants of up to £10,000 (and up to £15,000 in exceptional circumstances) are available to individuals, partnerships or small organisations.

This fund supports people who have an idea in its early stages of development. They will consider funding work to enable you to develop the idea from concept to set-up: this may include problem definition and analysis, scoping, exploratory work, and prototyping.

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The amount sought is within the range of this opportunity
Provides support in the area you're looking for
Only provides Capital, Other, and Revenue - Project grant funding, and you are seeking Revenue - Core funding
Provides support to An unregistered charity
Providing resources and support for LGBTQ Sikh people
Sarbat is a non-registered charity group that provides online resources and meeting spaces for Sikh Lesbian Gay Bisexual Trans and Queer people who are struggling to reconcile their culture with their sexuality.
Support type
Revenue - Core
Amount sought
Between £100 and £1,000
Area of benefit
Local - United Kingdom
Inequality and discrimination • People from a specific ethnic background • People with a specific religious/spiritual beliefs • Mental wellbeing, diseases and disorders • Family and relationships
An unregistered charity
United Kingdom
Annual income
Less than £10k
Operating for
4 years or more