Economy Project : Funding & Investment for your Community Enterprise
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Economy Project : Funding & Investment for your Community Enterprise

Hello and welcome to the UK REconomy Funding Database

The REconomy Funding database includes information on over 200 funds that provide grants, equity or other support to REconomy projects, Transition Enterprises & social enterprises working in the UK.  

This database has been developed to accompany our "Transition Enterprise Guide" which is packed full of information, inspiration and tips on how to start a REconomy project. Download the free guide here. A full description of terms used in the database, as well as detailed information on each funder type can be found in the guide.

The full list of the funds can be found on the link below.  The search fields at the top of the page can be used to narrow the list down to find specific funders, funding types or funding available in your location. This is the first edition of the REconomy Funding Database which includes information gathered in November 2015. Look for the  second edition,  due out in spring 2016.

If you have any comments, suggestions or know of any funds or funders that you would like to see in the next edition of our database please contact:

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This funding database was developed with the support of Friends Provident Foundation. The REconomy Project is also supported by Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation.