Community Enterprise Awards Application – Deadline

21 May @ 5:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Community Enterprise Awards 2022-23
We’re working with Enterprising Oxford to run two rounds of funding through the Community Enterprise Awards in 2022-23, in Hilary Term and Trinity Term.

You can choose to apply for one of two types of grant:

Try It Grant (up to £500) to test out an enterprising idea

Do It Grant (up to £1500) to implement an enterprising idea in full

To apply for a grant, you’ll need to meet our criteria:

The project addresses inequality and/or disadvantage in Oxfordshire.

The idea from the project comes from a student or member of staff at the University of Oxford.

(Ideally) The project will mobilise students and/or harness the power of community volunteering.

Along with funding, Award winners will receive support for their project including advice and connections to relevant networks and organisations.

Got an idea? Get in touch:!


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