Paul Hamlyn Foundation supports Cultural Educators – Curious Minds
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Paul Hamlyn Foundation supports Cultural Educators

Following the launch of our Bridging the Gap bursary scheme, we have continued to work with like-minded partners to create a joined up approach to support freelancers and small organisations during the current crisis. We are grateful to announce that we are now working with Paul Hamlyn Foundation to extend our support.

At Paul Hamlyn Foundation, they are currently focusing on doing what they can to ensure that their grantees and the communities that they work with can survive the impact of societal change due to COVID-19. Thanks to their help, we will now be able to distribute this new round to support more of our existing applicants who met the eligibility criteria, but who we were unable to reach with our first allocation of resource.

We will approach eligible applicants over the next week.

Our partnership with Paul Hamlyn Foundation is just one of the alliances we are making as part of our aim to create a number of ‘Curious Coalitions’ during the Covid-19 crisis. Curiosity likes company. We remain open to collaborating with new partners to explore how we might work together to ensure the continued health of the cultural education sector for children and young people in the North West.

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