Not-for-profit organisations in Greater Manchester working with elderly or socially disadvantaged people are being invited to apply for a capital grant of up to £1.5 million from the Edward Holt Trust.
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Charities in Greater Manchester are being invited to apply to the Peter Kershaw Memorial Bursary for a bursary to fund the costs of a youth leader.
The bursary will be awarded on the basis of up to £25,000 for year one, £15,000 for year two and £10,000 for year three.
Priority will be given to organisations that can show a firm shared element of funding beyond year one and where the appointment creates new opportunities.
The Trust was set up by Peter Kershaw, the ex-chairman of the Joseph Holt Brewery, partly to benefit disadvantaged young people.
Cheetham Communities Together (CCT) is a newly registered charity serving the diverse communities of North Manchester and aiming to expand its services. CCT came about from the merging of Cheetham and Crumpsall Welcome Centre and Cheetham United Projects.
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The Seed Fund is a partnership between the Community Foundation, The Oglesby Charitable Trust, Bruntwood Estates and the Hogben Family Trust.
This Fund is suitable for newly established community groups and projects that have been in existence for less than one year and that aim to improve the lives of those living in Manchester. The Seed Fund does not support larger organisations with a turnover of more than £5,000 a year.
The UIA Charitable Foundation is a small-grant-making trust, established to provide financial support to organisations that help people in need. Grants of up to £1,000 are available.
The Foundation supports small organisations or groups where their grants will make a real difference and which deal with:
• Third World human rights
• Third World poverty
• Victims of domestic abuse
• Victims of drug and alcohol addiction
• Rehabilitation of offenders
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