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Funding PortalOur funding search engine is a straight forward FREE service using information from IDOX Information Solutions that can help voluntary, community, social enterprise sector organisations like yours to find suitable funding.

By becoming a member of Macc you will gain access to our free funding portal of funding opportunities. Please note: To be eligible to access our funding portal you must be a voluntary, community, social enterprise sector (VCSE) organisations working in the City of Manchester with at least 50% of your beneficiaries in the City of Manchester. VCSE organisations working outside of the City of Manchester, consultants, sole traders, statutory bodies, private businesses and infrastructure organisations who become members of Macc aren’t eligible to access our funding portal.

To sign up to become a member of Macc and to access our funding portal, complete our membership form here


Funding programmes

The Spirit of Manchester Active Communities Fund

The Spirit of Manchester Active Communities Fund, financed by the Eric Wright Charitable Trust. It offers individual funding awards of up to £500. The Spirit of Manchester Active Communities Fund aims to reduce or remove the perceived barriers that affect getting involved in volunteering, active citizenship and community activity, and address needs anywhere in Manchester’s neighbourhoods. Our view is that accelerating these activities, making them more inclusive of marginalised, seldom heard people, would highlight the diversity of our communities and inspire further effort.

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Deadline: 30 August 2019, 12pm

 

Sharing Our Wellness Campaign Mini-grants and Training Places

The Sharing Our Wellness Campaign, is a conversation that wants to ask a range of people across Manchester to share their views on keeping well mentally and physically. Manchester Health & Care Commissioning is funding the campaign, which will enable voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations to gather people’s thoughts on wellness. To support the production of material for the campaign, twenty mini-grants of £500 are available as well as thirty free places on Gathering Stories training sessions.

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Deadline: 6 September 2019, 12pm


CLOSED PROGRAMMES

 Community Safety Grants

Manchester’s Community Safety Partnership aims to make the city a safer place in which to live, visit and work. The grants support the delivery of this aim and those of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) strategy Standing Together: Our plan for police, community safety, criminal justice services and citizens in Greater Manchester. We’re inviting voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, including faith groups, to apply for one of ten community safety grants of £5,000.

THIS PROGRAMME IS CLOSED TO APPLICATIONS

 

Hate Crime Awareness grants

Hate crime has no place in Manchester. Everyone in our city has the right to feel safe and we all have a responsibility to stand against hatred and discrimination. Hate crime is significantly under-reported. Continued efforts by local groups and organisations are needed to raise awareness of and challenge hate crime in our communities and to help instil confidence in victims by highlighting how and where hate crime incidents can be reported. Through Manchester City Council, Manchester Community Safety Partnership makes funding available annually to support events and projects across the city that promote awareness of hate crime. Macc is continuing to work with Manchester City Council to administer the Hate Crime Awareness Grants.

THIS PROGRAMME IS CLOSED TO APPLICATIONS

 

Small Grants Inclusion Programme

Supporting the vision set out in the Our Manchester Disability Plan, the Council aims to support and enable disabled children and young people to be able to participate in all opportunities, facilities, activities and communities. The programme aims to support voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations that are universal providers of youth and play, culture or leisure services in making sustainable improvements to the mainstream inclusion of children and young people with special educational needs and / or disabilities (SEND).

THIS PROGRAMME IS CLOSED TO APPLICATIONS