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EXTERNAL FUNDING OPPORTUNITY-COVID 19 Homeless Support Fund

Who Can Apply?

Registered charities that care for the homeless can apply for support to cover three broad areas:

● Outreach and support for rough sleepers, including provision of essentials
● Delivery of services in hostels and shelters
● Information and advice


To be considered for a grant from the COVID-19 Homeless Emergency Fund, applicants should:

  • Be registered with the Commission/OSCR for a minimum of one year and have filed their documents (i.e. Trustee's Reports and Financial Accounts) on time
  • Work directly with homeless people and provide support of one (or more) of the areas the fund cover
  • Accept payment electronically over the phone (i.e. by Credit Card or BACS)


Application process

  • Eligible charities should complete the ‘Grant Funding’ application form. When submitting an application please note ‘COVID-19 Homeless Support Fund’ as the name of the project
  • Applications will be considered up to a maximum of £10,000, but the emphasis is on smaller amounts to enable as many charities as possible can be supported from the fund
  • Applications will be reviewed and considered for support on a weekly basis
  • Submission of a request does not guarantee that a grant will be paid, the amount of the grant awarded is at the Trustees discretion and their decision is final
  • We will let you know the outcome of your application by email or phone
  • In the event of a successful application, payment will be made over the phone by card or BACS (where proof of charity’s banking details will be required) within 14 days


Deadline -
There is no Deadline, applications will be accepted until the £500,000 emergency fund is depleted, after which time homeless charities are still welcome to submit applications for support, but will be considered through the established ‘Grant Funding’ process.


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