Inspire Fund, Public Engagement Grant, Alzheimer's Research UK
The Inspire Fund provides funding for projects that engage the public with the topic of dementia and the life-changing research going on into the condition.
This scheme is part of Alzheimer’s Research UK’s work to engage and empower the public by improving understanding of dementia and sharing the benefits of dementia research. We want to support new perspectives, talent and expertise to shed a spotlight on this important issue, and the scheme is open to anyone with the passion and skills to make that possible.
Full details on the grant can be found at their website here.
British Society for the History of Science
The British Society for the History of Science Outreach and Engagement Committee offers grants of up to £500 to support engagement and outreach projects in the history of science. We are keen to encourage projects that engage with the history of science, technology and medicine in new and exciting ways and are applicable to their intended audiences.
Please note that the OEC Project Grant is primarily intended as a seedcorn fund for new initiatives and to support small-scale projects or events. If your proposed project is part of a larger scheme of activity, please describe in your application what specific extras will be delivered by the funds from the OEC Project Grant.
Next application round closes 23rd September 2022.
Royal Society of Chemistry: Outreach fund
The Royal Society of Chemistry Outreach Fund provides financial support to members, individuals and organisations in order to enable them to run chemistry-based public and schools engagement activities.
The IOP’s new £10m Challenge Fund seeks to maximise the societal and economic benefit of physics by supporting innovative ideas, programmes and partnerships that accelerate and sustain large-scale change.
The OAD is mandated to use astronomy to drive positive developmental change. It is tasked with initiating, supporting, and funding programs that use astronomy as a tool to tackle developmental challenges.
Every year, the OAD coordinates a global call for proposals for projects that aim to use astronomy to promote sustainable development. Since 2013, the office has disbursed IAU grants totalling 851,959 Euros to over 150 projects around the world. The next call for proposals will be announced in April 2022.