Curtin PARP Fund

The Curtin PARP Fund supports individuals in Tyne and Wear and Northumberland to realise their potential. The fund particularly prioritises support for carers of all ages, Black and Minority Ethnic people including those with asylum seeker/refugee status, disabled people, homeless people and people who are experiencing disadvantage that prevents them from realising their potential.

Grants of between £500 and £1,000 per year for up to three years, with the condition that evidence of attendance and progress/completion is provided for each year of study or one-off grants of between £500 and £1,000.

  • Individuals undertaking courses which develop skills and talents.
  • Activities which develop skills and promote confidence and personal development.
  • Help to overcome barriers to employment/education

All applications must demonstrate clear aims, opportunity for progression, and measurable outcomes, showing how the planned activity or items will help the individual to realise their potential.

Examples of what may be supported:

  • Capital items towards further education, training or developing new skills
  • Course/activity costs where no other support is available
  • Travel costs to attend courses
  • Costs associated with CV/interview preparation

Activities which are not a priority for the Curtin PARP Fund

  • Sports groups/sporting activities for the general public
  • Uniformed groups
  • General Arts projects
  • General community activities

Deadline: none – rolling grant scheme

Read more and apply here

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