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The Open Fund for Organisations supports new music projects led by promoters, talent development organisations, venues, curators and large performance groups*.
Projects must involve the creation, performance and promotion of new music and enable songwriters, composers, or solo artists, bands, producers and performers of all backgrounds to develop creatively and professionally
Support is available to any organisation whose project fits with all three funding priorities:
To support the creation, performance and promotion of outstanding new music in any genre
We are particularly interested in the quality of the music
To enable the UK’s most talented music creators to realise their potential
We are interested in how your project will develop the songwriters and composers involved. We are committed to supporting UK based songwriters and composers of all backgrounds
To inspire audiences
You will be asked to outline who you are reaching and how. This includes audiences at a local, regional, national or international level
Through The Open Fund, we support high quality new music projects which have tangible musical outcomes and a clearly defined start and end date.
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The Foundation has a rigorous grant process which aims to identify the most effective projects helping disadvantaged young people in the UK and Ireland.
Applications are received for quarterly deadlines from registered charities are first assessed by the Foundation office, with a shortlist of approximately 20 of the strongest and regionally representative applications put forward for consideration by our Grants Committee. The Grants Committee comprises independent members and members nominated by the Foundation’s business partners and meets quarterly to discuss the applications. There is approximately £200,000 available to distribute each quarter.
Applications working in the areas of education or health with one of our three chosen focus groups are selected or considered:
Children and young people with disabilities
Children and young people who are sick in hospital
Children and young people who are life limited (requiring palliative care)
The next round of funding from the Greenhall Community Fund will re-open for applications on 1st November 2016.
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