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  • Scottish Recovery Consortium - Recovery Seed Fund

    Created: 08/12/2021
    News/Events Category: Funding and Finance

    The aim of the Scottish Recovery Consortium's Recovery Seed Fund is to develop and support substance and/or behaviour Lived Experience recovery organisations to trial, grow and develop their ideas, services or products and build organisational capacity.

    You can apply for the fund if you are a substance and/or behaviour Lived Experience Recovery Organisation/voluntary group (LERO). This is defined as an organisation that has autonomy or independence, are led by understanding, knowledgeable staff or volunteers, with people of lived experience of recovery running the group.

    Who can apply?

    Organisations that are less than 12 months old OR unconstituted if you have been active for longer.

    How to apply?

    Download the application form available on the funder's website.

    When to apply?

    Applications are open now.

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