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Previous funding opportunities

Previous funding opportunities from CCLG have included:

The Little Princess Trust Project Grants

Funding is available to support research into paediatric cancers. Funded projects will improve our understanding of the disease and help improve the outlook for children. Grants of up to £100,000 over up to 36 months are available.

The Little Princess Trust, as the funder of these grants, has a particular interest in research into the causes of childhood cancer, and approaches which may lead to a reduction in short and long-term sequelae of treatment (in particular chemotherapy). Our Project Grants may support stand-alone projects, research that is part of a wider project or trial, or research that is likely to lead to a further, larger grant application to a major funder of research.

Deadline for applications: 29 February 2016

The Little Princess Trust Pilot Grants

Funding is available to support research into paediatric cancers. Funded projects will improve our understanding of the disease and help improve the outlook for children. Grants of up to £25,000 over up to 12 months are available.

The Little Princess Trust, as the funder of these grants, has a particular interest in research into the causes of childhood cancer, and approaches which may lead to a reduction in short and long-term sequelae of treatment (in particular chemotherapy). Our Pilot Grants may support stand-alone projects, research that is part of a wider project or trial, or research that is likely to lead to a further, larger grant application to a major funder of research.

Deadline for applications: 29 February 2016

CCLG Toti Worboys Leukaemia Project Grant

Funding is available to support research into paediatric leukaemia. The funded project will improve our understanding of the disease and help improve the outlook for children. A grant of up to £100,000 over up to 36 months is available.

Our Project Grants may support stand-alone projects, research that is part of a wider project or trial, or research that is likely to lead to a further, larger grant application to a major funder of research. This grant may also be used to fund a PhD studentship - the potential supervisor should apply for the grant.

Deadline for applications: 29 February 2016