supporting, developing and representing community groups,
voluntary organisations, social enterprises and volunteering
2017 LIBOR fund now open
The LIBOR Fund will only support projects that benefit people from one or more of the following categories:
Serving members of the Armed Forces;
Family members of those serving in the Armed Forces;
Veterans of the Armed Forces Serving;
Emergency Services personnel;
Family members of Emergency Services personnel; or
Former and retired Emergency Services personnel.
Applications can only be submitted using the online form.
A read only version of the form is available for you to download from the HM Treasury website and you are strongly advised complete your answers on a separate document, and then cut and paste them into the online form to reduce the possibility of losing work. If you are not entering and saving data the online form will time out after approximately an hour. This increases the risk of losing work.
Who can apply?
Only the following types of organisation are eligible to apply
a registered charity;
a Community Interest Company; or
an Armed Forces unit with a Unit Identification Number (UIN)
Cadet Units are eligible to apply; but their application should be made through their parent organisation.
Eligible organisations can work with statutory or private sector organisations to deliver their project, but must be the lead applicant.
If your organisation has previously benefited from LIBOR funds you may still apply, however any funding awarded previously will be considered during the assessment process.
The deadline for applications is noon on 25 August 2017.