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The National Archives – Resilience Grants

Gemma Colley

The National Archives – Resilience Grants

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Our Resilience Grants programme provides grants of up to £20,000, to empower the archive sector to find and develop sustainable solutions that enable change and develop organisational resilience.

The programme will support archives to be adaptable, resilient and sustainable, creating lasting solutions that enable them to respond to change, and contribute to communities and the economy.

To find out more and how to apply, visit: Resilience Grants – Archives sector (nationalarchives.gov.uk)

Fee: Up to £20,000

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