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  • Creative Scotland - Recovery Fund for Cultural Organisations

    Created: 08/03/2022

    Creative Scotland's Recovery Fund for Cultural Organisations aims to enable cultural organisations, working primarily for public benefit, to rebuild and create opportunities to increase their financial resilience after the COVID-19 pandemic. Organisations must demonstrate that they will promptly deliver public benefit in one or more of the following categories of activity:

    • Restarting programmes of publicly available cultural activity led by the organisation and/or artists they support
    • Activity that is designed to encourage people to re-engage with the organisation and its activities
    • Partnership and collaborative working to maximise impact and reach
    • Business change and development projects, including opportunities to diversify or enhance income streams
    • Strengthening organisational reserves

    Who can apply?

    You must have been operating from or before 01 April 2019.

    How to apply?

    Apply online via the application portal on the Creative Scotland website.

    When to apply?

    Applications close at 14:00 on 09 March 2022.

     




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