Making your case for unrestricted funding: Advice for charities. June 2023. Teal curved rectangle with purple under shadow. Logos: IVAR, Cranfield Trust

Making your case for unrestricted funding

Advice for charities

The Institute for Voluntary Action Research (IVAR) and Cranfield Trust have come together to create a guide for charities looking or applying for unrestricted funding. This resource pulls together key messages from the breadth of our work on unrestricted funding, for crafting strong funding applications and for supporting charities to be ‘funding ready’. We know from our conversations with charities that unrestricted funding is important and would make a huge difference to them, but questions remain around how best to make the case to funders.

The guidance shares four top tips for making your case for unrestricted funding.



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