Support & Funding
We offer support to help Transition groups across England and Wales develop and grow. We do this by connecting groups, helping them learn from each other, seed funding grants, training and workshops and sharing resources such as our Visioning Guide.
If you are looking for support in Scotland, please connect with our Scottish partners – Scottish Communities Climate Action Network here.
Our seed funding programme will offer grants to help Transition Groups build their capacity and increase their impact in their local community.
Grants may support groups to pay for coordination or core costs; to develop initiatives such as a social enterprise, climate emergency centre or community garden; to run a visioning process; access training or develop partnerships to work in solidarity with more marginalised groups in the local community.
Our grants range from £100 to £10,000.
Bring your community together to reimagine a different future using our Visioning Guide.
This guide takes you through a simple and effective three stage process to support you to work with your local community to ask big What If? questions that engage your imagination and help you collectively co-create the future you want to see.
Our process enables collaboration, co-design and specifically allows for tensions to emerge so that they can be worked through together in order to develop a sense of shared ownership and solidarity, setting the basis for future change to happen.Dowload Here
We offer training and workshops to support Transition groups to learn new skills that will increase their ability to have a transformative impact in their local community.
These range from one off skillshare workshops to longer peer to peer learning programmes.
We are in the process of understanding the training needs of groups across England and Wales at the moment. We will be launching our new trainings in Spring 2022.
The Transition movement has a wealth of useful resources and guides to support to do transition in your local community. We have featured some of our favourites below. You can find more resources on Transition Network’s website here.