Places of worship and faith community centres can now apply for an increased pot of funding to improve their physical security against potential hate attacks.
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.
The DWF Foundation has one purpose: providing funds, resources and support to help local communities achieve their full potential. The DWF Foundation supports registered charities with an impact in one or more of the following areas: Homelessness; Health and Wellbeing; Employability; and Education.
Are you looking for funding for your project? Do you know where to search what funding is available? What is a good base to any funding application?
A workshop specifically for voluntary community organisations in the city of Manchester who are looking for funding. Covering searching for funds using the funding portal, applying and diversifying funding to your project - this workshop is aimed primarily at organisations who are new to funding.
Overview of the session:
Information for the bulletin is compiled from a number of sources including Grantfinder, and direct from funders themselves. It showcases just a few of the hundreds of funding opportunities available for local community, voluntary and faith organisations.
This bulletin is produced by a partnership of local support and development agencies across Greater Manchester.
The 247 People Fund aims to encourage small, community-based and locally controlled groups that manage themselves, encourage people to get involved as volunteers and who just need a bit of financial help to be able to work with their community in the way they’d like. The Fund welcomes applications from organisations throughout Greater Manchester with an annual income of less than £50,000.
Sporting Heritage are offering funding specially aimed at engaging community access to sporting heritage collections as part of National Sporting Heritage Day 2019. Funded by the Art Fund, this programme will support increased engagement to local collections which tell the story and stories of sporting activity, heroes, and endeavour.