The Triangle Trust 1949 Fund is inviting applications from charity organisations for projects that support carers, community arts and education disability, older people, poverty, integration and rehabilitation.
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The results of the 2010 National Survey of Charities and Social Enterprises (NSCSE) have been released, providing a tool for citizens, communities, the sector and all levels of government to understand the environment within the sector and how this has changed since the 2008 publication.
This survey is the largest of its kind, gathering the views of over 44,000 sector organisations on a host of issues important to their success and vitality, and aims to provide all audiences with the information needed to support the sector in building a stronger civil society.
The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Challenge was created to celebrate Her Majesty, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012 and is a new campaign to protect 2,012 outdoor recreational spaces in communities across the country as a permanent living legacy.
The Queen Elizabeth II Fields Major Works Fund is provided by SITA Trust through the Landfill Communities Fund. SITA Trust has joined forces with HRH The Duke of Cambridge and the Fields in Trust to support this challenge.
Not-for-profit organisations in Greater Manchester working with elderly or socially disadvantaged people are being invited to apply for a capital grant of up to £1.5 million from the Edward Holt Trust.
Charities in Greater Manchester are being invited to apply to the Peter Kershaw Memorial Bursary for a bursary to fund the costs of a youth leader.
The bursary will be awarded on the basis of up to £25,000 for year one, £15,000 for year two and £10,000 for year three.
Priority will be given to organisations that can show a firm shared element of funding beyond year one and where the appointment creates new opportunities.
The Trust was set up by Peter Kershaw, the ex-chairman of the Joseph Holt Brewery, partly to benefit disadvantaged young people.
Cheetham Communities Together (CCT) is a newly registered charity serving the diverse communities of North Manchester and aiming to expand its services. CCT came about from the merging of Cheetham and Crumpsall Welcome Centre and Cheetham United Projects.
The UK Web Archive contains websites that publish research, that reflect the diversity of lives, interests and activities throughout the UK, and demonstrate web innovation.
If you have a favourite website in the UK domain you can suggest it for archiving.
If you are the owner of a UK website you are especially encouraged to nominate your own site: this will make the permissions process as straightforward as possible.
Can the BME third sector be considered a distinctive sector in its own right?
GPs in Manchester would like to hear from local people who want to become involved in designing the future of health services in the city.
There are many remarkable women working in the city to improve women’s lives as well as women who are excelling in their chosen field and it’s time to recognise their contribution to the city.
If you know an individual or an organisation that fits this description then the nominations are open for Manchester City Council's Women's Awards 2011.