The NOMA Fund welcomes applications from grassroots community groups working with children and young people within a five mile radius of the NOMA headquarters.
Applications are currently open to the WREN Community Action Fund, which makes grants towards the provision, maintenance or improvement of:
• Village Halls and Community Centres
• Public Play Areas
• Publicly available multi-use games areas, skate parks and BMX tracks
• Sport and recreation grounds including pavilions and clubhouses with full public access
• Churches – community spaces only
• Nature reserves
Our Preston event will offer over 60 delegate training places so that all small charities, can access the skills they need to become self sustaining. This training day is part of the Small Local Charities and Community Groups Training Programme.
Training sessions cover a wide range of fundraising techniques and back office skills delivered by experienced and knowledgeable trainers.
What is Buengo?
Buengo is a new fundraising app that allows users to sell the things they no longer need and donate the proceeds to good causes - think digital charity shop! Buengo are aiming to raise more money for charities and community groups while bringing local people together. It launches on 1 March in Manchester.
The University of Manchester and its main construction partners – Balfour Beatty, Laing O’Rourke and Sir Robert McAlpine - have established a £20,000 fund to support neighbourhood initiatives in areas closest to the University’s construction sites around Oxford Road and near Owens Park, Wilmslow Road.
The first round of funding from the Postcode Community Trust this year will be open for applications later this month. Stage one applications for this round will be accepted from 14 - 28 February.
The Heritage Lottery Fund is making changes this year in preparation for its new Strategic Funding Framework, due to come in in 2019. The HLF have designated 2018 as a 'transition year', with several changes:
• There will be no new rounds of targeted programmes (i.e. Landscape Partnerships, Parks for People or Townscape Heritage) in 2018
Have you missed out on a place in this year's Great Manchester Run (10k)?
Don't worry, we've got you covered!..
..sign up now and run for the Spirit of Manchester Fund from Macc (the organisation that coordinates the Spirit of Manchester programme).
Information for the bulletin is compiled from a number of sources including Grantfinder, GMCVO (Greater Manchester Council for Voluntary Organisations) 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.
The Ashworth Charitable Trust supports humanitarian charities in the UK and overseas. Their vision statement outlines their priorities of the importance of education, the need to support marginalised people, and the capacity of people and human nature. Applicants must be a registered charity in the UK.