What does Brexit mean for UK charities’ European Union funding?

Our research shows that UK Charities are set to lose out on over £250 million on funding as a result of Brexit

With Article 50 triggered and Brexit negotiations underway, the UK is about to leave the EU and its institutional funding streams, mainly the European Structural and Investment Funds. A large amount of EU funding is at stake, which is vital to the sector. Charities in the UK today receive a significant amount of EU funding. New research by the Directory of Social Change estimates this funding was at least £258.4m in 2015. Charities will feel the pinch of a potential non-replacement of this money. Download the report and read more on what sub-sectors will be affected, how much EU funding could be at stake in each nation, and what government should to provide much needed clarity about the future of EU funding.

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