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Applications scored: shortlist announced

June 20, 2017

Edge Fund members have finished scoring applications, and we are pleased to announce that our short list has been finalised.

The following groups will be considered for up to £3,000 at our final funding day in Birmingham on Saturday 15th of July:

  • Recovery in the Bin, African Rainbow Family, Frack Free South Yorkshire, Autonomous Centre of Edinburgh, Black Lives Matter UK, Friends of Detainees, Leeds Unity Centre, London Campaign Against Police and State Violence, Sex Worker Open University, Living Rent Glasgow, Belfast Solidarity Centre, LGBT Unity, Save Cressingham Gardens, Black Triangle Campaign, Movimiento Jaguar Despierto.

The following groups asked for smaller amounts, and will receive their grant without needing to attend the funding day:

  • Disabled People Against Cuts Glasgow, Positively UK, Reclaim Holloway, Against Borders for Children, Manchester Migrant Solidarity, No Prisons Manchester, Disire, 35 Percent Campaign, Northern Police Monitoring Project, The Unity Centre.

We would like to thank all of our members for their hard work in scoring applications!

The next step in our grant giving process is our funding day on in Birmingham on Saturday 15th of July, where applicants and our members will come together to vote on which groups will get the larger grants – this is an article about our last funding day in December in London. For more information about how we make decisions on who gets funded, see this page.

 

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