UnLtd Award portal
Current Award Programmes
Registration required: to apply for an Award, you will need to create an account for this site.
By having an account, you will be able to return to complete your application in more than one sitting. You will also be able to update the details of any successful Award application when we ask you to in the future.
Try It Awards are for high potential but early stage entrepreneurs to help you research and plan your venture. Applications for Try It Awards will only be accepted if you have spoken to a member of UnLtd staff who have advised that you apply for this level of Award.
Do It Awards are designed to help you turn your ideas into real ventures. Includes East End Connect & Transforming Employment for disabled people programmes.
Grow It Awards provide support to those who have proven their commitment and have successful ventures which are ready to scale or become self-sustaining. Includes Transforming Employment for disabled people programme.
Spaces 4 Change
Awards available for Ventures working to unlock disused or under used spaces for the benefit of the community. For applicants aged between 16-24.
Transform Ageing aims to revolutionise the approach to health, wellbeing and social care for people in later life, starting in the South West of England.
Do It Awards are designed to help you turn your ideas into real ventures.
Grow It Awards provide support to those who have proven their commitment and have successful ventures which are ready to scale or become self sustaining.
Scale It Awards for social entrepreneurs looking to develop their already established social venture, furthering their impact by taking on grant funding, additional business support and potentially raising investment
UnLtd Impact Fund
The UnLtd Impact Fund is a practical finance package for ambitious early-stage social ventures within the employability sector. We offer unsecured business loans at an interest rate of 9.5% repayable over a maximum of five years. Social ventures can access investment of between £50,000-£150,000 which includes an element of grant funding and intensive support.