The Fore has launched RAFT (Rapid Action by The Fore and Trusts) – providing funding and pro bono support to help small charities and social enterprises navigate the challenges posed by coronavirus. Please click here to find out more.
The Fore enables UK-based small charities and social enterprises to unlock sustainability, efficiency, scale and impact.
The Fore supports small charities and social enterprises in three key ways:
Unrestricted, ‘Charity-led’ Funding
The Fore’s grants programme is designed to be ‘charity-led’, from the moment of application onward. Charities, CIOs, CICs, and CBSs can request up to £30,000 (spread over 1-3 years) for whatever they need most to transform their organisation. Applicants can work in any location or sector, and grantees set their own KPIs for the grant term (with the support of our assessors). There are no long application or monitoring forms, and we guarantee every applicant feedback.
Skills & Training
The Fore helps small charities and social enterprises upskill their organisations in two ways: firstly, by hosting training workshops on a variety of topics at Two Temple Place, and secondly by connecting organisations with professionals who have a wide range of skills.
Small charities and social enterprises frequently report that they struggle to meet the impact measurement standards that many funders now demand. The Fore provides a combination of programmes and workshops to help organisations develop their impact management.
Click the links on the right to find out how The Fore can support your organisation.