£1million grant fund awards projects supporting Edge Foundation's aims
21 Oct 2016, 12:52 p.m. / News
Education charity Edge Foundation has launched the Edge Grant Fund for educational and not-for-profit organisations’ projects, which support Edge’s aims. The grant will award £1million in funding on a biennial basis.
Announcing the award, Edge’s Chief Executive, Alice Barnard, said:
For over a decade Edge has campaigned to raise the status of technical and professional education, but Edge is more than just a think tank. We want to see ideas put into practice, so I am delighted to invite applications for the Edge Grant Fund from today.
This fund will support projects which help to deliver our vision of high quality technical and professional learning pathways, providing young people with the opportunity to reach their full potential, raising aspirations and equipping them with the skills they need for today’s global, digital economy.
A prospectus with more details about the Edge Grant Fund is available on the Edge website at www.edge.co.uk
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