Power to Change, the independent trust that supports community businesses in England, is launching up to £12 million of emergency support to provide both immediate and medium-term help for community businesses facing a loss of trading income during the coronavirus crisis.
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.
The Charity Service, a registered charity since September 1990 offering grant funding to other charities, voluntary organisations and CIC’s operating within Greater Manchester has recently relaunched it website.
www.charityservice.org.uk has been completely redesigned and updated.
Persimmon Homes has joined forces with Team GB – the British Olympic Association – to give away over £1 million to help projects for young people aged under 18 across England, Wales and Scotland.
The competition has three categories: Education and Arts, Sport, and Health, each with the following prizes:
Europia is a registered charity which supports citizens from The European Union in Greater Manchester.
Are you in financial difficulty as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak?
Europia has a grant to distribute to individuals and families in need.
Standard Life Foundation are making funding available for work directly related to the pandemic, addressing specific challenges and helping to contribute to social change which tackles financial problems and improves living standards for those on low-to-middle incomes in the UK.
As part of the UK Government's collaborative response to supporting key infrastructure throughout this difficult time, Defra is today making £3.25m available through the Resource Action Fund administered by WRAP. The COVID-19 Emergency Surplus Food Grant will be delivered in three phases.
Many fundraising events in the UK have been postponed or cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Whilst hopefully many of these events will go ahead at a later date, many charities across the UK have been left struggling to maintain their services.
The Morrisons Foundation recognises that homeless people are particularly vulnerable to Covid-19 because they are more likely to have underlying health conditions and are less able to access basic sanitation.
A new grants fund focused on supporting VCS mental health providers in England to respond to an anticipated increase in need as a direct result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The funding is available for registered charities to either: