Under the bonnet of unrestricted with Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales and partners
Unrestricted funding in practice series
In this publication, Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales share how their funding has become predominately unrestricted, the impact this has had on funded organisations and their advice for other funders. We hear from their grantees African Rainbow Family and North East Young Dads why unrestricted funding matters to them.
“We were hearing that the most useful thing we could do to support charities was provide unrestricted funding.” (Paul Streets, Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales)
Our hope is that by seeing unrestricted funding in practice it helps other funders think about how it could work for them and those they support. This work builds upon on our body of research.