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Announcing a new fund for social leaders

Today we are delighted to announce a new funding opportunity to help Clore Social Fellows and other social leaders to grow their local and national networks around leadership.

Through the Clore Social Chapter Fund, we are committing up to £20,000 to encourage Fellows and social leaders to establish Chapters, local networks and activities to grow and learn together, in 2019/20. The aim of the Fund is to help social leaders to continue their leadership journey and create spaces where you can learn from each other, support each other and collaborate to have a greater collective impact.

After almost 10 years of delivering our leadership programmes, the Clore Social Fellows have grown to more than 500 Fellows spread across the UK. There are already established networks of Clore Social Fellows running leadership development activities including in the North East, London and Hull.

The Clore Social Chapter Fund will encourage more Fellows and social leaders to establish Chapters in their local area in 2019/20. We will support up to 10 new Chapters in the first instance of up to £2,000. The Chapters can be across the country (Scotland, England, N. Ireland and Wales).

Further information about the Fund is available here.

We are calling for expressions of interest in the first instance so that we can link Clore Social Fellows up with anyone else interested in applying in your local area. Please note that the deadline for registering interest has closed on Monday 20th May 2019. Deadline for receipt of applications is Monday 17th June.

We are tremendously excited about this opportunity to help build a movement of inspiring leaders across local communities across the country
Patricia Stead Clore Social National Engagement Manager

Patricia Stead, Clore Social National Engagement Manager, said: “We are tremendously excited about this opportunity to help Clore Social Fellows continue their leadership journey, and build a movement of generous, inspiring leaders across local communities across the country. We are calling them Chapters because we see them forming the first chapter in a new story for Clore Social that will encourage great and inspiring leadership throughout the social sector.”

To read more about what we are aiming to achieve through the Fund, read our blog from Patricia Stead here.

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