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Access to Work

The programme aims to provide practical advice and support to disabled people and their employers, in order to overcome work related obstacles which result from disability or long term physical or mental health condition.

An Access to Work grant can pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition to help you: Start working Stay in work Move into self-employment or start a business The grant is not for business start-up costs. How much you get depends on your circumstances. The money doesn’t have to be paid back and will not affect your other benefits."

Other funding

Seedrs

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: TBC

Individual funding: TBC

Minimum company size: 1

Seedrs is a crowdfunding organisation making it simple for investors to buy into businesses they believe in and share in...

www.boostbusinesslancashire.co.uk

Big Issue Invest

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: 50,000.00

Individual funding: £1

Minimum company size: 1

Following on from the success of Big Issue Invest’s first investment fund (SEIF I), which is now fully committed, SEIF...

bigissueinvest.com

HospiceUK Research Small Grants Programme

Type: Business

Expires: 31/07/2019

Total funding: TBC

Individual funding: £500

Minimum company size: 1

Research Small Grants of up to £500 per study over the time line of the research are available for the...

www.hospiceuk.org

UCLan Innovation Clinic

Type: Business

Expires: TBC

Total funding: Support

Individual funding: Programme

Minimum company size: 1

The UCLan Innovation Clinic supports Lancashire businesses to innovate and grow through the development of new to firm and new...

www.boostbusinesslancashire.co.uk

The Wolfson Foundation - Public Engagement - Science & History

Type: Business

Expires: 30/06/2019

Total funding: TBC

Individual funding: TBC

Minimum company size: 1

The Foundation supports institutions that are in possession of historic scientific collections with the aim of engaging the public in...

www.wolfson.org.uk