The Patchwork Foundation is delighted to have been awarded funding from the National Lottery Community Fund, enabling the Foundation to increase it’s reach and impact.
Imran Sanaullah, CEO of the Patchwork Foundation said “We are very grateful to the kind support being provided by the National Lottery Community Fund for the Masterclass Programme, which has enabled us to support over 60 young people on our 10-month Masterclass programme. The young people selected from underrepresented and disadvantaged communities will learn from those at the top of civil society, journalism, business and politics, which is only possible with the financial supported by organisations such as the National Lottery Community Fund.”
The National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) is one of the largest funders of community activity in the UK. With a total of £65million in funding, the NLCF has announced today they will be supporting over 2,250 community led projects in England. A wide variety of activity is being funded across the country, from projects that aim to get more women and girls involved in skateboarding to storytelling groups for those with learning difficulties and social clubs to tackle feelings of isolation. All of the community projects being awarded money are led by people who help their communities thrive.