UP grew out of WHAG, a charity that began life as Women’s Housing Aid Group in 1981.
Together, WHAG and UP think that prevention is better than cure. One in four women and one in six men will be victims of domestic abuse. In every reception class, at least one child will have been living with domestic abuse since they were born.
North West Young Peoples Development Trust (NWYPDT) are looking to give grants to organisations that help disadvantaged young people in the North West of England to overcome barriers which may otherwise prevent them from achieving their potential.
NWYPDT is an independent trust, which provides grant support to organisations for projects, activities and equipment. NWYPDT do not specify a minimum or maximum amount that they will fund, however most grants will be between £1,000 and £15,000.
If so, the Growth Company can offer advice with your training plans, through their Skills Support for the Workforce initiative, which provides fully-funded support to help develop your people through a range of training interventions, which are tailored to meet your business needs.
Poor health is something that impacts both victims of crime and offenders. From learning disabilities to drug addiction to poor mental health, there are a surprising number of health problems that make you more likely to be a victim of crime or an offender.
This workshop will explore the ideas that commissioners and grant makers are looking for in funding health and social care services and may well improve your chances of being funded.
In April 2019 Bolton CVS launched the Giving Back in Bolton Project which aims to make it easier for people with a criminal record get into volunteering. By completing this survey, you will be helping Bolton CVS to pull together best practice guidance for the voluntary sector of Bolton and beyond. This will help them to improve the recruitment, management and support of volunteers with criminal records, and so help people come back into the community.
The Manchester College are holding an Open Day on 5 November, 10am-2pm to recruit for Administration Positions in the Manchester area. This is aimed at young NEET, Manchester Residents. Those who are successful at the open day will be invited to attend a 4 week unpaid pre recruitment programme, which will then lead on to paid work experience and those who are not will be followed up and invited to attend the next round of recruitment.
Do you want to save on your energy bill and generate your own clean electricity? Greater Manchester Combined Authority has pledged to make the city region carbon neutral by 2038. Choosing solar power for your home or business is one practical way you can reduce your carbon footprint.
This event gives you the opportunity to keep up to speed on new developments in the criminal justice system. The event will allow you to step back from your crucial day-to-day work to see the bigger picture and context in which you are working.
Share good practice and network with other organisations working in your region
Discuss the challenges and opportunities your organisation is currently facing
Get an update on Clinks’ national policy work.