Through the Movement for Good awards, Ecclesiastical are giving £1m to charities. Ecclesiastical want to put their giving directly into the hands of remarkable organisations (like yours perhaps) that are changing people’s lives for the better.
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Comic Relief are seeking proposals from those working on providing mental health support to children and young people at an early stage so that they are aware of their mental health and can build resilience as they grow and develop.
Ambition for Ageing’s new report written by partners at MICRA, Social Infrastructure: How shared spaces make communities work, argues that to reduce social isolation, we need a diversity of social infrastructure to ensure chance social encounters with a diversity of people.
The report suggests that:
The Great Get Together are asking you to pledge to get back together with someone or something in your community you’ve lost touch, argued with or are simply avoiding. And what better time than at The Great Get Together weekend on 21-23rd June.
The Great Get Together also want to make as much noise on social media, in the news and where we live about the importance of kindness, respect and community.
The Charity Commission have just updated their guidance on how to register a charity for tax, your obligations, and any reliefs or exemptions available.
The guidance covers:
Information for the bulletin is compiled from a number of sources including Grantfinder, and direct from funders themselves. It showcases just a few of the hundreds of funding opportunities available for local community, voluntary and faith organisations.
This bulletin is produced by a partnership of local support and development agencies across Greater Manchester.
BHA for Equality would like to invite individuals and community groups to our collection day held on Friday 3 May and Wednesday 8 May 2019. BHA for Equality have surplus office equipment available on a first come, first serve basis. Items unfortunately cannot be reserved and will be available to the group which collects them first.
Friday 3 May 2019, 10am – 3pm
Wednesday 8 May 2019, 10am – 3pm
Items available include:
The Macc Policy and Influence Team has been looking at issues around sector representation in the city. By representation, we mean situations in which organisations don’t just put forward their own views but those of others. This can be in forums, consultation meetings, decision making boards, panels and so on. We want to:
• Get a better picture of the representation work organisations are doing
• Find out about opportunities for VCSE representation, both now and in the future
Do you work with children, young people or adults in disadvantaged communities? Would you like to support your community to engage with science and technology? Want a chance to apply for funding to plan some fun activities with a scientist?
This new course has been designed for individuals and organisations looking to update their understanding of safeguarding legislation and best practice, specifically when working with vulnerable adults in the creative, cultural and heritage sectors. You will explore what is meant by the term “vulnerable adult” in the context of your work and will develop approaches for recognising and responding to the different types of abuse associated with adults at risk.