At The National Lottery Heritage Fund, we support all sorts of projects which explore and celebrate the heritage of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.
We also want to help the sector itself to better reflect the UK population.
That's why we make it mandatory that all of the projects we fund ensure a wider range of people are involved in heritage.
Take a look at what we've funded below, and find out more about how your project can get funding.
The terms we use
We use the acronym BAME because we believe it is widely understood. Identities can be complex and intersectional, and we are also aware that for many this term may feel inadequate or limiting. We keep the language we use constantly under review.
In Scotland, the term MECC (minority ethnic and cultural community) is also used to include a wider range of communities, including Eastern European and Gypsy/Traveller populations.
A century of black British history
South Asian Heritage Month: Building heritage for future generations
Chris Packham and Jamal Edwards celebrate 25 years of funding for nature
25 years: discovering the origins of grime and connecting communities in Waltham Forest