Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund
Applications now closed
The Covid-19 Rapid Response Fund for Barking & Dagenham is currently closed to new applications.
We received a huge number of applications, over half of which were successful. The funding limit was reached before the deadline
The aim of this fund is to support individuals and voluntary and community groups in Barking and Dagenham who are responding to a need during the crisis to grow their idea, to connect with others, and to make a lasting difference in their community.
There will be future funding opportunities in the next few months so please follow us on social media to get the latest updates.
Who we welcome applications from
What will be funded
What to expect
The current situation facing the borough is a serious one, which will no doubt have far-reaching consequences for all of us. But even as we battle the coronavirus crisis we believe that the stubborn issues of poverty and inequality can be solved if we work together.
Though this fund may seem modest in light of the challenge ahead of us, it has been designed by local people to respond to the situation they are seeing in their own communities. By coming together, this group has helped shape this fund and set the foundations of Barking and Dagenham Giving, and its mission to unite the ideas, energy and funds around common causes that will make Barking and Dagenham a stronger place of us all.
We are now looking to set up a panel of people to make decisions on funding applications. If this sounds like something of interest to you follow the link and tell us a bit about yourself!
UPDATE: Please note that the Rapid Response Fund closed on 1st July due to the funding limit being reached. We have kept the previous text in place for archiving purposes.
There will be further opportunities to take part in funding decisions so do check back!
Latest news about the Rapid Response Fund
As Barking and Dagenham Giving Week comes to a close, Barking and Dagenham Giving are pleased to announce that the
The voluntary sector community in Barking and Dagenham is set to benefit from an injection of £100,000 from the Lankelly