Was that only a week?
Constituted groups and organisations can apply to this fund for £500 - £3000 for the items, equipment or supplies they need to support their communities in this difficult time. The We love MCR charity have simplified the process to apply and are able to get the money out to groups quickly.
Martin Lewis is releasing £1,000,000 from my personal charity fund to provide grants of £5,000 to £20,000 to small registered charities, or local arms of bigger charities, across the UK – to help with specific UK coronavirus-related poverty relief projects.
Examples could include foodbanks, charities engaged in community aid, financial advice help and more. The hope is to get the money distributed within the next couple of weeks, and Martin Lewis is looking for projects that are up and running, or are in the process of being set up – to help to deliver help at speed.
The National Emergencies Trust (NET) has launched a coronavirus fundraising appeal to raise funds for local charities. The British Red Cross will be managing donations. NET will award grants and distribute money raised through a number of charitable organisations, for example local community foundations.
Forever Manchester has launched a Community Support Fund for grassroots community groups that are responding to the impact of Covid-19 by helping those most affected. Awards of up to £1,000 are available.
GMCVO conducted a survey in 2018 to obtain a quick snapshot of the level of public sector funding into the VCSE sector across GM. The responses received were subsequently used to inform discussions with colleagues within the GM Health and Social Care Partnership about the impact of a Memorandum of Understanding between the GM VCSE sector and the GM Health and Social Care Partnership on funding into the VCSE sector.
User led organisations (ULOs) can apply for a grant to deliver and/or commission training for people who employ their own care and support (individual employers), and their personal assistants (PAs).
United Utilities Trust Fund was established in April 2005 with funding provided by United Utilities.
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.
Manchester City Council recognises the important role Work Clubs play in providing flexible and informal employment support to workless Manchester residents.
In recognition of the valuable role they play in delivering employment support services, Manchester City Council has made available grant funding for Manchester Work Clubs to apply for.