As long-standing supporters of gender equality Manchester City Council support activities every March to promote and celebrate International Women’s Day. The third annual Walk for Women takes place on Saturday 7 March 2020, and Manchester City Council want as many people and organisations as possible to join in.
All Sector News
Voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) groups and organisations in each of the local authority areas of Greater Manchester are being sought to provide peer support opportunities for parents, carers and families of children with suspected or diagnosed Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
Between November 2019 and June 2020 GMCVO will be giving out a total of £225,000 in grants to VCSE organisations to get Greater Manchester Walking.
Core funding grants are now available for small and local charities through a new simplified, more flexible and transparent approach.
Lloyds Bank Foundation have refined and improved their approach to funding to better help you be stronger and more effective.
This new approach involves:
The Caribbean and African Health Network’s (CAHN) ambition is to work with Caribbean and African community in Greater Manchester to eradicate health inequalities within a generation.
The aim of this scoping exercise is to gather essential information that will provide an overview of where the Black community lives across the 10 localities of Greater Manchester.
The And Breathe exhibition explores how people can interact with art to nurture their mental and emotional wellbeing.
It also considers the theme of care, particularly how we care for ourselves and our communities.
To understand the role a gallery can play in supporting those who care for others, Manchester Art Gallery asked the Depaul UK team to take part in a series of mindfulness sessions at the gallery.
The Human Lending Library®, which matches charity and social enterprise leaders with successful entrepreneurs as mentors, has opened in Manchester.
Launched by the charity Expert Impact, the initiative has seen more than 200 leaders of social enterprises and charities ‘borrow’ an Expert for advice on improving their organisations and increasing their social impact.
In the latest GM Poverty Action newsletter, a look back on the activities held in the city region during Living Wage Week and a disturbing report from STOP THE TRAFFIK on the link between poverty and exploitation.
The #BigThankYou is back - an annual celebration of the hundreds and thousands of volunteers who make sport and recreation happen up and down the country.