Re-applying for funding
If your organisation has previously been refused funding by Tudor please don’t re-apply until at least 12 months after the date of the refusal letter.
An organisation can normally only have one grant at a time from Tudor, so please don’t apply for a further grant if you are already a grant holder. If you would like to discuss changes to how your current grant can be used, or options around using Tudor’s support more flexibly, please discuss this with your grants manager.
If you are currently receiving a revenue grant from us and want to apply for continuation funding to develop the same area of work please re-apply well before your current funding runs out. We can consider requests for continuation funding from three months after the final payment of your current grant.
While we will always consider a request for continuation funding there’s no guarantee that a further grant will be made. Our interest in supporting work in the longer term has to be balanced against our need to encourage new groups and new thinking, so we have to make some hard decisions.
We strongly suggest that you contact your grants manager for advice before making an application for continuation funding. While we can accept continuation funding applications that simply respond to our usual first-stage questions, your grants manager may suggest that you answer different questions or write something more focused about the work our funding has supported so far. This may help you to make a stronger case for a new grant.
Funding for a new area of work
If you want to apply for a grant for a completely new area of work we ask you to wait until the previous grant has ended – usually 12 months after the date of the final payment.