Cumbrian social enterprises urged to bid for share of £2.3m funding

Heather Dixon (Brathay Hall finance director), left, Paula Brown (FASI investment manager)
Cumbrian social enterprises are being encouraged to apply for social investment, offered by a Merseyside-based funder, to help them become more sustainable and enhance their social impact. Prescot-based First Ark Social Investment (FASI) works with social enterprises and charities across the North West and is especially keen to partner with organisations in Cumbria. FASI recently received an extra £2.3m in funding from The Growth Fund, a partnership between The National Lottery Community Fund, Big Society Capital and Access –... You can carry on reading for free, but you have reached the maximum number of pages an unregistered user can view. To register for an account, click here or login below...