The Fat Beehive Foundation

The Fat Beehive Foundation is an independent UK registered charity that provides small grants for websites and digital products to other small UK registered charities with a turnover of less than £400,000. Funding priority for this quarter is art and culture, with an additional focus on hard-to-fund digital expenditure that other funders often won’t cover.

Up to £2,500. UK Registered Charities. Deadline – 5th January 2024

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