This fund aims to support women aged 16+ to get active by offering National Lottery grants to local projects that will contribute to overcoming the barriers some women face in getting active: from a lack of opportunities offered in their local area, to cost and availability of childcare.
The theme in 2020 is Growing Connections – RHS are inviting groups to connect with others in their community, through the power of plants
Are you involved with a North Manchester based not-for-profit organisation looking for funding support and guidance?
Chat to a Manchester Funding Officer about your project ideas for grants up to £10,000 (Awards for All) and over £10,000 (Reaching Communities).
The drop-in is the first Friday of every month, between 9am-1pm at Café at No.93, 93 Church Lane, Harpurhey, Manchester, M9 5BG
To arrange a chat in advance email: Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org
Get Grants Full-Day Bid-Writing Courses will give you practical support to improve your grant fundraising success and inspire you to become a more confident grant fundraiser. In attending the course, you will access expert insights, crucial information, and friendly advice that will help you increase your organisation’s income through grant funding.
RADEQUAL is Manchester's campaign co designed with communities to build community resilience. The focus of this round of Grant funding (2020-21) is 'Building Community Resilience to Hateful Extremism'.
RADEQUAL define hateful extremism as ideas, attitudes and behaviours that are hateful towards specific ‘others’ and designed to undermine social cohesion.
GMCVO have launched the second stage of a grants programme to get Greater Manchester Walking.
For any organisations with NHS health funding there is a meeting to support completing the NHS data security protection toolkit on 6 February, 10am-12pm at Salford CVS.
This NHS Digital Toolkit is required whenever a service is procured under an NHS Standard contract as well as for broader service e.g. access to mental health systems. It was also recently asked for as part of the GMCA procurement for Working Health Specialist Support (Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism). So it is becoming something more and more organisations in the sector are having to complete.
How to talk to funders is a working conference which will bring together black and minority ethnic (BME) leaders, managers, founders, activists and project managers all across the UK, to spend a day with a range of funders such as Big Lottery, Power To Change, JRT, Paul Hamlyn, UKRI and Calouste Gulbenkian.
Through a mix of keynote, panel and round table discussions, participants will have the opportunity to network with their peers and funders and their staff. And, through 1-2-1 surgeries, get direct feedback and guidance on their own project proposals.
The Feminist Review Trust has grants of up to £15,000 available for projects that transform the lives of women. The trust can fund projects that are ‘hard to fund’, pump priming activities, interventionist projects which support feminist values, training and development projects and core funding.
The Feminist Review Trust will fund:
Community Events Funding is available from Manchester City Council to fully constituted community groups as development funding to help community based, not-for-profit celebrations and events grow and move towards becoming self sustaining. The grant is available for activities taking place between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021.