To mark its 30-year anniversary, leadership experts Common Purpose UK, are offering 30 free bursary places on their leadership programmes. The places will be available to people, and organisations, who would not normally be able to afford to invest in their own leadership development, for example, small social enterprises, start-ups and small charities.
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The Comic Relief Community Fund (England) is offering grants to grassroots community organisations with an income of less than £250,000.
There are two types of grants available to organisations whose work delivers on one of Comic Relief’s four strategic themes:
HOME believe that everyone’s an Artist, or has the potential to become an Artist! That’s why they are inviting you to enter your artwork to the Manchester Open Exhibition – a major art show celebrating the creative talent of Greater Manchester.
The Our Manchester Funds Programme Management Team would like to thank everyone who provided comments as part of the consultation on the Older Peoples Fund – either through the on-line survey, public events or through other channels.
The Our Manchester Funds Programme Management Team would like to thank everyone who provided comments as part of the consultation on the First 1000 Days of a Child's Life Fund - either through the on-line survey, public events or through other channels.
The GM VCSE Reference Group and GM Health and Social Care Partnership are seeking to increase cross sector understanding of our great VCSE workforce. To take this forward, Macc and Connected Consultants are working in partnership to try and engage with as many VCSE leaders as possible to explore the following areas:
All new first year student nurses (just over 300) at the University of Manchester will be studying neighbourhoods across Manchester, Stockport, Tameside and Trafford over the coming weeks. This is one of the first activities they will undertake before they ever go on a ward or work with community nurses.
Grants of up to £400,000 are available to support small- and medium-sized charities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland helping people with multiple and complex needs who are experiencing homelessness.
Three or four large grants are available to give British charities the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life.
The Dream Fund is providing a total of £3 million this year. Grants of between £500,000 and £1.5 million (an increase of £500,000) are available to deliver a project over a period of 24 months to 36 months.