DfC Covid Recovery Programme 2022 Information session (2) **REGISTRATION CLOSED**

Registration closed
12 January 2022 -
12:00pm to 1:00pm

NICVA is holding two online information sessions on the Department for Communities Covid Recovery Programme for Organisations 2022, the first one is Monday 10 January at 2pm and the second one is Wednesday 12 January at 12noon. The content is the same for both so you only need to attend one.

This information session will give you an overview of the Covid Recovery Programme, explain what is eligible and allow the opportunity to ask questions. You should read the information available on the DfC and delivery agents' websites about the programme before attending the event.

The aim of the Covid Recovery Programme for Organisations is to reduce or remove operating deficits, which have arisen in the 2021/22 financial year because of the pandemic. Operating deficits, which are unrelated to COVID, will not be eligible. The Covid Recovery Programme for Organisations has been co-designed with seven sectoral bodies who will deliver the scheme and make awards of up to £50,000.

The programme’s overarching aim is to mitigate the impact of the pandemic on not-for-profit organisation in the culture, arts, languages, heritage, sports, charities and social enterprise sectors.

 All organisations across these sectors should consult the delivery partners’ websites and social media platforms for further information on opening dates, closing dates, pre-application information, eligibility and assessment criteria, guidance and application forms. For more information go to DfC website

 

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