Preference will be given to innovations that have the most robust evidence of success and that aim to reach the most significant scale. Decisions regarding the allocation of grants will be made by the consortium of philanthropy organisations contributing to the ESCF. Successful applicants will receive a planning grant of up to €100,000 along with capacity building support. A minimum of €600,000 will be allocated to support at least 6 plans. It is anticipated that the successful applicants will represent a range of social challenge and geographic areas.

Application questions can be downloaded here - for reference only

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What is the GDPR?
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ESCF online application form

All personal data processed through the ESCF application form will be processed in line with GDPR guidelines and ethical compliance. All data to be processed in relation to applications will be received via a secure electronic portal on a secure password protected cloud on an encrypted network. This portal (FLUXX) will provide password protection for the applicants and they will only have access to their own data during the application process.

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