Fellowship Fund - from idea to reality

If you have an idea for a project with a strong, positive social focus, the RSA may be able to help you take it further.

From April onwards, the RSA will be making a small pot of money available to support new and early-stage projects that have the potential to create lasting social change. The seed funding will help enhance the visibility and momentum of initiatives led by Fellows in the UK and abroad. Project ideas will be assessed by RSA staff, with support from the Fellowship Council, and funding (ranging from £500 to £2,000 per project) will be awarded on a monthly basis, excluding August and January.

This funding is only one of the ways that the RSA can help you develop your project. Fellows are also encouraged to share expertise by registering for the ‘support fund’ (a skills bank enabling Fellows to assist and advise one another), attending local networks, joining online regional and thematic spaces (‘nings’) or contacting the RSA Fellowship team.

For more information about the funding, look out for announcements in the Fellowship newsletter or email the Fellowship team. To find out about RSA activity in your local network, visit the RSA Fellowship site.