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As part of the community ownership fund application criteria, groups need to be able to raise match funding, but it can be tricky to navigate what counts as match funding and what the best options are for your project.

As well as the resources and advice service which you can access on My Community, there are a series of webinars, delivered by the community ownership fund support programme partners, that will look at match funding in detail.

Who are the webinars for?

  • Those looking to put in an EOI or application for the community ownership fund
  • Those looking to find out more about raising the required match funding for their project

What will you learn?

  • What match funding is
  • How to raise match funding for your project from a variety of sources
  • There will also be space to ask your questions and get expert advice.

Book your place on a webinar

We recommend attending one of the live webinars so you can ask specific questions and find out what you need to know depending upon the nation you live in and the type of asset you are trying to save.

If you can't attend a scheduled webinar or you are waiting for dates for the next webinars, then follow links for webinar recordings and useful resources.

How to raise match funding - future dates TBC.

Introduction to Community Shares and how it can be used as match funding - Future dates TBC

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