We invite voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations, including faith groups, to apply for one of ten community safety grants of £5,000.
Manchester’s Community Safety Partnership aims to make the city a safer place in which to live, visit and work. The grants support the delivery of this aim and those of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) strategy Standing Together: Our plan for police, community safety, criminal justice services and citizens in Greater Manchester.
Following last year’s pilot scheme, GMCA has provided another £50,000 for the grants programme, which Manchester City Council will oversee on behalf of Manchester Community Safety Partnership. The City Council has commissioned Macc to administer the grants process.
- The deadline for funding bids is midday on Wednesday 14 August 2019
- Macc will notify all applicants of the outcome of their bids by Friday 6 September
- Upon completion of standard due diligence checks, successful applicants will receive their grant in one payment and must then deliver their activity by 31 March 2020 (i.e. within a 6-7 month period)
You can use the downloadable application form in Word here
The programme prospectus is here and contains all details including:
- Aims of the Community Safety Grants
- Who can apply
- What we can and cannot fund
- The application form and how to get help
- How to submit your application
- How decisions will be made
- Due diligence checks
- Grant monitoring
- Examples of previously funded projects
- Macc’s data protection policy
If you have general questions about the funding, please contact Oliver at Macc on 0161 834 9823 or via email@example.com
|GMCA has also awarded Community Safety funding to Greater Manchester authorities outside the city of Manchester. Please contact the Council that covers your local area to find out more.|