St Martin in the Fields: Frontline Network’s Training Fund

Frontline staff working with people experiencing homelessness can apply for funding to cover training, either as an individual or as a group/organisation. The range of training that can be applied for is wide, but applicants will need to demonstrate that it supports them in their work.

Up to £500 (individuals)/£1,000 (organisations). No deadline.

Read more and apply here.

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