Re-applying for funding
Please contact your grants manager, by email or phone, to discuss the potential for further funding.
From August 2023 until the end of March 2024 we are changing the way we approach our continuation grant making. If you are currently receiving a grant from us and want to be considered for further funding to develop the same area of work, please make contact with your grants manager 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. During this transition period, and while we are not open to new organisations, we have extended the period a request must be made to within six months of the end of your previous grant with us.
This process will be much more light touch and we hope that, as a result, decisions will be quicker in their turnaround to support your planning. Tudor is currently in transition and it’s our hope to be fully open to new applications by spring 2024.
Unfortunately we cannot guarantee any further funding and it is possible that your grants manager may say that further funding is unlikely: perhaps because we have been funding for a long time, or have given a clear message that your current grant is likely to be our final one. We also have limited funds and aren’t able to support all requests.
An organisation can normally only have one grant at a time from Tudor. 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 get in touch with your grants manager.