The aim of this research, conducted by Ipsos MORI, an independent market research organisation, on behalf of Manchester City Council, is to understand how employers in Manchester have been affected by Coronavirus (COVID-19) and how the Council can help your organisation during the recovery.
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George House Trust is delighted to announce that its Board of Trustees has appointed Darren Knight as Chief Executive Officer. Since 1985, the organisation has been providing support and advice services to people living with HIV in the North-West.
Unlocked Graduates are currently looking for host organisations for their 2021 prison officer work placements. Organisations will host a prison officer for two weeks to share best practice between the frontline and external organisations.
GM BAME Network, supported by GMCVO, have launched an emergency grants programme to support small (income under £10,000) GM BAME led VCSE organisations and communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Between July and December 2020 GM BAME Network will be giving out a total of £225,000 in grants.
The grants are funded by Comic Relief and the National Emergency Fund in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This fund is open to all groups that are working towards systemic change, and whose work is in line with Edge Fund's values. Edge Fund understand that currently, many groups have put their campaigning/systemic change work on hold in order to deal with the effects of the pandemic – this is okay and will not disqualify you for funding.
Each successful group will receive £750.
The Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme will focus on supporting cultural organisations affected by the Covid-19 crisis that are at risk of no longer trading viably by the end of this financial year and that are considered to be of international or national cultural significance, or that contribute to Government’s levelling-up agenda.
The Hope Beyond grants programme aims to enable churches and Christian charities to meet changing needs within their communities, helping them and the communities they support to adapt to the challenges and opportunities presented by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Part of the Veterans’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Fund, the Positive Pathways programme will award fixed grants of £35,000 for projects developed by and for veterans. Projects should aim to improve veterans’ mental health and wellbeing by getting veterans out and active.
To be eligible to apply, your organisation must be an Armed-Forces-supporting charity or CIC.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) invites local authorities, registered providers, and their local partners to engage with the next stage of the COVID-19 Rough Sleeping response.