The Charity Service is both a registered charity and a trust corporation which provides a bespoke, economical and assured charitable trust management service both to organisations and individuals, thus enabling them to make the most of their gift and to be confident that all governance and administration arrangements are in hand and that the trust is compliant with current accounting and Charity Commission requirements. For four of these trusts The Charity Service also promote and administer a grant programme.
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Europia offer free counselling and support for Eastern European Victims of Hate Crime
• free therapy for victims with Polish or Romanian (and other Eastern European languages) speaking therapists
• workshops on how to deal with hate crime for eastern European communities
• support with reporting the crime to the police
• general advice and support
Airport City is supporting this summer’s Wythenshawe Games, a free, fun, sports and activities festival for all ages.
Based in Wythenshawe Park, on the doorstep of Airport City, the Games run over five days in the school summer holidays from 11am to 5pm, offering something for everyone with a host of different sports to try.
In the 100th newsletter MP Debbie Abrahams writes on inequality and poverty. Greater Manchester Poverty Action (GMPA) feature articles about the impact of ‘No Recourse to Public Funds’ status and the 2019 Food Power Conference. There’s news from the GM Living Wage Campaign and the Living Wage Champion awards and a couple of local job opportunities and a list of forthcoming events.
The purpose of the James Thomas Blair Charity is to provide support to older people living in Manchester and Salford. The support may be of a financial, social or medical nature.
Who may apply?
Any registered charities or voluntary organisations providing assistance to older people who live within the 32 wards of Manchester or 20 wards of Salford.
What do James Thomas Blair Charity support?
Community organisations across England looking to improve spaces where people can connect and co-operate can now apply for grants of up to £50,000 from Space to Connect – our £1.6 million partnership with government.
Small Grants Programme for events organised by and for young people focused around Inter Faith Week 10-17 November 2019
The Trust will be awarding small grants up to £800.00 for organisations running events or projects connected with Inter Faith Week 2019
The Carer Innovations Fund aims to support accessible, carer-friendly communities and public services and also seeks to provide evidence on effective interventions to support carers.
Following on from the Manchester BME and GM BME joint networks event, the Manchester BME are holding their AGM and Hidden Gems Awards – awarding BME groups, their staff and volunteers on 19 July, 14:30 - 17:00 at the St Thomas Centre, Ardwick Green North, Ardwick, M12 6FZ.
The Our Manchester Voluntary Sector Programme Team have been undertaking a scenario planning process for the Targeted Fund priority 'Creating an age friendly city that promotes good health and well-being for people in mid and later life' with representatives from Manchester Health and Care Commissioning officers.