Grants of up to £150,000 being made available to Black led charities

Grant maker the Boabab Foundation has launched a £3m fund to support Black communities and tackle racism in the UK.

The Boabab Collective Fund is open to Black led and global majority led charities working to combat racial injustice as well as collectives, social movements, groups and individuals over the age of 18.

On offer are grants of between £5,000 and £30,000 a year for up to five years. Applicants can apply for flexible funding.

Applicants must register by September 23 by 23:59.

“Our fund is not issue-led, giving space for communities working towards racial justice in different ways to share their creativity, passion and gifts,” said the Foundation.

“Our fund will work consciously with individuals, groups and organisations whose purpose and practices are focused on collectively addressing racial justice and intersectionality and challenging oppressive systems.”

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