Superbia Grant- Greater Manchester for work that is by, for, or primarily about LGBT+ people.

Superbia Grants can help support the staging of an event or bring to life a project or initiative, and THEY look to support a variety of activities, including arts and culture, campaigning, political debate, health and wellbeing; events with a message to challenge discrimination, and projects raising awareness of LGBTQ+ issues.

They are always looking for new and innovative activities, especially projects which actively engage participation from LGBTQ+ people and make a positive lasting contribution to LGBTQ+ life in Greater Manchester.

They offer two types of grant:

Tier 1 for funding up to £500. Tier 2 for funding up to £1000.

TIER 1: GRANTS UP TO £500
In a 12 month period they will fund a minimum of 10 Tier 1 Grants. To ensure fairness we can only award one grant per applicant per calendar year. Tier 1 Grant applications are fast-tracked for review and we endeavour to notify applicants of the outcome of their application within 14 days of submission. If successful, they endeavour to pay grants within 10 days, following receipt of a completed acceptance form including all required supporting information and references.

TIER 2: GRANTS UP TO £1000
In a 12 month period they will fund a minimum of 5 Tier 2 Grants. To ensure fairness we can only award one grant per applicant per calendar year. They endeavour to notify Tier 2 applicants of the outcome of their submission within 21 days of submission. If successful, they endeavour to pay grants within 21 days, following receipt of a completed acceptance form including all required supporting information and references.

 

Eligibility

  • The Superbia Grants programme supports work such as arts and cultural activity, debate and conversation, health and well-being, projects which raise awareness of LGBTQ+ issues, and projects which promote a message to challenge discrimination.
  • They only fund work that will take place in Greater Manchester and work that is by, for, or primarily about LGBT+ people.
  • They can fund individual artists or creatives, constituted not-for-profit organisations, groups, and statutory bodies. This might include arts organisations; event organisers, producers or curators; voluntary organisations; local charities; and/or community groups.
  • They can provide funding to cover costs of specific elements in the delivery of your project. This might include artist and facilitator fees, project materials, space hire, transport costs that ensure participation, and so on.
  • What they are unable to fund:
    • Salaries for existing staff or operational staff at your organisation.
    • Food and drink.
    • Out of pocket expenses.
    • Contingency costs and VAT that you can recover.
    • Projects involving travel to another country.
    • Sponsorship, endowments or loan repayments.

https://superbia.org.uk/

Published on:
19 Mar 2020

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