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1 July 2020

Baring Foundation launches first funding round to support arts and mental health organisations

We are pleased to announce the first call for applications in our new Arts programme supporting Arts and Mental Health.
Arts
29 June 2020

Implementing successful litigation fund – next deadline on 12th August

Just a reminder that the next deadline for this rolling fund is 12th August at 9am. Grants of up to £30,000 are available for a wide range of activities aimed at implementing a successful piece of litigation.
Strengthening Civil Society
23 June 2020

Lucy de Groot CBE appointed as new Chair of the Baring Foundation

We are pleased to welcome Lucy de Groot as our new Chair.
Other
7 May 2020

Strengthening Civil Society programme: new funding to support civil society through the pandemic

Three new funding streams to support our grantholders and broader civil society undertake legal action related to COVID-19, a commitment of up to £1m this year.
Strengthening Civil Society
5 May 2020

Creative Ageing Snapshot #ThursdaystheDay

Age of Creativity and Creative Ageing International are creating a global snapshot in time of creative ageing during the lockdown and would like contributions from the UK and beyond!
Arts
8 April 2020

Our approach to funding in the COVID-19 pandemic

A statement from the Foundation.
Other
10 March 2020

Three new grants awarded for work to implement successful litigation

London Gypsies and Travellers, Medical Justice and the Family Rights Group have all received funding for work to ensure the implementation in policy and practice of successful litigation they've been involved in.
Strengthening Civil Society
19 February 2020

Creatively Minded: a new study mapping the Arts & Mental Health field in the UK

This week we have published an overview of arts & mental activity in the UK looking at who’s doing what, where and a range of issues affecting the field.
Arts
2 December 2019

The Unlawful State and how civil society is using the law to tackle it

openDemocracy has launched a new investigative series looking at how public authorities are making unlawful decisions across our public services - and how civil society can use the law to help people affected.
Strengthening Civil Society
14 November 2019

The creative ageing sector is flourishing, but there is more to do, King’s College London report finds

Creative ageing activity has expanded significantly over the last decade, but there is also a real need to ensure that more marginalised older people also have opportunities to be creative.
Arts