Find out which Fellow-led projects were awarded the first RSA Catalyst grants of 2017.
Articles & Blogs
Library of Things is a friendly space where people borrow useful things and learn how to use them. Co-director Rebecca Trevalyan FRSA explains what she has learned through Library of Things’ first foray into scaling – made ...
School of Hard Knocks updates us on their project, the impact of the RSA 10k Catalyst Grant, and their learnings from the process
Stephen Parkes is the founder of Go Enrol, an RSA Catalyst winning project that aims to widen access to higher education across the world.
Recent RSA Catalyst Winner Jonathan Harper FRSA believes we need a new generation of leaders who are socially and globally aware to create a more sustainable future and that the RSA Fellowship can play a crucial role in suppor ...
A collaboration between EdLab (MMU) and RSA Fellows in the North, aiming to create a video resource for parents, caregivers, educators and practitioners interested in reading digital books with young children.
7th October 2016
Catalyst grant winner, School of Hard Knocks, is launching a crowdfunding campaign to support the project's expansion into South London schools
14th July 2016
Launching their Crowdfunding campaign in the autumn, Jack Lewars from School of Hard Knocks tells us what it really takes to run a successful crowdfunding campaign and stand out from the crowd.
9th June 2016
Last year, RSA Fellow Ali Golding received a small Catalyst grant to progress the development of The MovementWorks Project. Read more about what's changed for the organisation since and the impact the work is having.
Robert Ashton talks to us about how winning the 10k RSA Catalyst Grant, and the 'power of serendipity' strengthened his project and gave them the connections they needed to take things to the next level.