Funding for Projects that Support Women and Girls in Disadvantaged Areas (UK)

Rosa, a charitable fund set up to support initiatives that benefit women and girls in the UK has awarded grants totalling £766,580 to 55 projects across the UK through the second round of the Woman to Woman fund. This fund, supported by the so-called ‘Tampon Tax’, will support groups that work with women and girls from disadvantaged communities or in disadvantaged areas. Grants include:

  • £6,000 to Dynamic Support Manchester for a series of workshops to support refugee and asylum-seeking mothers
  • £6,802 to support the Dundee Women’s Festival’s 2018 event
  • £19,477 to BelEve UK to support a programme of workshops and mentoring for teenage girls.

The next round of Woman to Woman funding will open for applications in the New Year and those interested should sign up for news at: www.rosauk.org.

http://www.rosauk.org/blog/over-700000-invested-in-women-and-girls-in-local-communities-through-the-woman-to-woman-fund/#

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