The purpose of the Tampon Tax Fund is to allocate the funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls.
Across the prison population including men, women and youth at least 1 in 2 prisoners released will re-offend within a year. Offenders need information to make the right decisions about their lives in the community: where they will live; how they will gain a legitimate income; how they will rebuild their family ties, or form new ones. They should also be helped to find support for mental health needs and substance misuse.
The MSE Charity is funded by Money Saving Expert, it gives grants to not for profit organisations that deliver activities which make a lasting impact on how people think, behave and manage their money.
The MSE Charity is dedicated to supporting UK voluntary groups deliver financial life skills, which make a lasting impact on the way people think, behave and manage their money.
The Digital Inclusion Fund aims to support initiatives designing, researching or delivering digital inclusion programmes with a focus on older and/or disabled people, in a new, creative and innovative way. It aims to improve essential digital skills and demonstrate how digital inclusion can improve the lives and well being, of older and/or disabled people. The initiatives supported may also have scope to scale up and deliver a wider impact. Funding could be used to test and learn from the new approaches to tackling digital exclusion.
Manchester City Council are seeking a partner or partners to design and develop new approaches to tackling inactivity in North Manchester as part of the Winning Hearts and Minds Programme.
The partnership delivering the Winning Hearts and Minds programme (WHM) includes Manchester Health and Care Commissioning, Manchester City Council and Eastlands Trust.
Virgin Money Foundation are on a mission to support community regeneration by backing people who can make big changes happen locally.
Virgin Money Foundation love helping local communities thrive so every two months, they are giving three local charities the chance to win £1,000 – with awards of £500 and £250 for the two runners-up.
Are you an existing community business in England? Looking for funding and support to make your business more sustainable? The Community Business Fund provides grants between £50,000 and £300,000 to help you progress towards self-sufficiency.
A joint initiative by the Big Lottery Fund, the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK Branch) and Local Trust, ‘Creative Civic Change’ will support communities to address specific social issues and make positive changes in their areas.
Thrive is UnLtd’s new social accelerator helping ambitious social ventures to scale.
UnLtd will support over 25 social ventures a year through Thrive. UnLtd will support two groups of social ventures developing solutions in two distinct areas:
• Improving access to employment for those distant from the labour market
• Developing products and services for an ageing society
Giving Tuesday takes place on 27 November 2018 and any charity can become an official partner of the campaign.
All you need to do is commit to doing something special on the day, whether that is holding a fundraising event, thanking your supporters or simply celebrating the work you do all year round.