Big Lottery Fund – have your say on its future
The Big Lottery Fund in Wales needs your views on its future funding strategy.
After Welsh Government, the Big Lottery Fund is the second single funder to the third sector in Wales. Until the end of July, the Fund is seeking input from the sector about its funding strategy between 2015 and 2021.
In Wales, the Fund is thinking about specific areas that it could invest in alongside its demand led funding streams, such as People and Places. They are:
- Future proofing the third sector
- Financial resilience
- Environment with a focus on building social capital
- Rural poverty
- Employment as a route out of poverty
- Supporting disabled people and those with life limiting illness
What are you views on these six areas? What actions could be taken to address each theme?
Are they the right areas to focus on, or do you think that the Fund should be considering other areas and themes?
If you’ve got thoughts on this, we would like to invite you to complete a short survey.
It should take less than 15 minutes to complete, and we ask you to complete the survey no later than Friday 25 July 2014.
Your feedback will provide us with valuable information to help shape WCVA’s response to the Big Lottery Fund.
To complete the survey on line, Click Here
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Thank you and kind regards – please do not hesitate to contact Sara Carroll, WCVA’s Funding Advice Co-ordinator to discuss any element of this survey firstname.lastname@example.org or 0800 2888 329.