Funding Intergenerational Practice – Report on the Findings of a Survey (Beth Johnson Foundation)

This report is based on a research study on the funding of intergenerational projects. At a time when intergenerational work has achieved a high profile and there is increasing recognition by national government of its important contribution to social cohesion, citizenship and challenging ageism a picture emerges of funding still being difficult at times. There is still a need to help funders understand the impact that IP can achieve and for funding to be delivered over longer periods to build the capacity of organisations.

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Location: United Kingdom