The small projects fund aims to provide funding across CHASE institutions to put on activities that support the aims and objectives of the network. We have a limited amount of funding, and will consider bids of up to £500 for each project or event. This may include but is not limited to: events, small exhibitions, external speakers, representing the network at events or conferences, reading or discussion groups, research, seed funding for bigger proposals (larger conferences, research etc), wellbeing initiatives, social events. If you are unsure if your project meets the criteria please get in touch.
You can read about the last round of funding awards here.
Things we can’t fund: anything that does not fit within the aims of network, anything illegal, only standard class travel will be approved.
The applications will be reviewed by members of the CHASE organising committee. The funding process is competitive and will be assessed against the following criteria:
Criteria for applicants:
- Lead applicant must be a registered student or staff member at a CHASE institution – there is a list of these here: https://www.chase.ac.uk/aboutchase
- If you have a project near one of these institutions and would like to speak to us about partnering with a someone in our network to take your idea forward please get in touch. We welcome enquiries from community organisations in this capacity. email@example.com
Timetable for applications and awards:
Deadline for the current round of applications has been extended to the 31st October 2019
Successful applicants will be notified by the 20th Novemeber.
We will consider time sensitive applications before deadlines – please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know
Process if claim is awarded:
- Successful applicants will receive a confirmation email from Steven Colburn at CHASE
- A brief feedback/evaluation report will be required on completion of the project
Process if claim is not awarded:
- Unsuccessful applicants will receive feedback on their bids, and be advised on whether they should apply in the next round of funding with changes, or if they should speak to CHASE about the suitability of other funding streams.