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Feed My Creative was lucky to be accepted on The Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Programme in 2016 out of over 190 applicants.  With their support we have been able to purchase new equipment, machinery and other necessities to enable the programme to move forward.  With training, resources, support and endless networking Feed My Creative has grown in a very short space of time.  

If you have an idea that you feel would benefit from the support of a grant from the programme, click on the link below.  
The Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Programme is provided by the School for Social Entrepreneurs, who are funded by Lloyds Bank. From 2012- 2017 the Programme will support 1,300 social entrepreneurs with a fully funded place on a comprehensive course, a one-to-one business mentor and a grant.

Lloyds Banks involvement in the programme The partnership with the School of Social Entrepreneurs goes right to the heart of Lloyds Banking Group's Business strategy. The programme is a key component of the Group's community activity and is designed to support social entrepreneurs, and through them, help economic growth and regeneration in the UK. The Lloyds Bank Social Entrepreneurs Programme is an enduring partnership that will deliver a long lasting legacy to communities.

The School for Social Entrepreneurs (SSE) is a charity that supports people using entrepreneurial approaches to tackle complex social problems. SSE invests in individuals from all backgrounds who  have practical ideas for change and supports people to start, sustain, and scale social enterprises, charities and community projects. We run learning programmes and courses, provide advice and support, give grants, build partnerships, and share our evidence and insights. Our vision is of a fair and equal society where the potential of all people is fully realised. Our mission is to mobilise the experience of enterprising people from all backgrounds and support them to use entrepreneurial approaches to create lasting social and environmental change.

The Big Lottery Fund (BIG) The largest distributor of National Lottery good cause funding, is responsible for giving out 40% of the money raised for good causes by the National Lottery. BIG is committed to bringing real improvements to communities and the lives of people most in need and has been rolling out grants to health, education, environment and charitable causes across the UK. Since June 2004 BIG has awarded over £4.4bn. 

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