Dynamic Support of Greater Manchester is a small charity that exists to promote the benefit of all women and girls in Greater Manchester, but particularly BME women and girls and their dependents who are seeking Asylum or have been granted refugee status.
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Not Home is part of a collaboration between Sarah Butler, the charity Justlife and the photographer, Stephen King.
Would your organisation like to help Greater Manchester talk about alcohol?
Financial support is available to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations who can help engage with local people on the topic of alcohol.
One Manchester are always looking at ways to support new and growing businesses in their area and have allocated £50,000 to do just that.
The aim of this programme is to support a diverse range of women’s rights organisations to fight against systems which perpetuate the injustices they encounter in their daily lives.
Comic Relief wants to find and support women and girl’s movements to seed, sustain and strengthen change in the UK, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Zambia, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe, India, Nepal and Bangladesh.
Manchester City Council is looking for partners in the voluntary and community sector to support the next stages of development for the RADEQUAL grant programme. So if you are part of the RADEQUAL community network and have a tried and tested project that meets the RADEQUAL campaign objectives of tackling prejudice, hate and extremism, they would like to hear from you.
Manchester Cares would like to introduce: Winter Wellbeing, their brand new, easy way to refer to their network.
If you know an older neighbour, who is over 65 and could benefit from their support get in touch.
Take 10 launches on World Mental Health Day to inspire Manchester residents to read for ten minutes every day and feel good.
A new initiative launches in Manchester on World Mental Health Day, Wednesday 10 October (10/10), to inspire the city to embrace the mood-boosting benefits of reading for 10 minutes every day.
Fastlaners is a free programme that will get you the job you deserve. Learn directly from employers in a range of sectors to work out what career path would suit you best and how to pursue it.
From Monday 12 to Friday 16 November 2018 in Manchester, you will:
The Skills for Employment team at The Growth Company are running events in Manchester during Get Online Week to support residents to become digitally included.
There are sessions running on 17 October between 9am – 3pm (hour long sessions 9-10, 11-12, 1-2, 2-3) at The Growth Company, Ground Floor, Lee House, 90 Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester, M1 5JW.
Anyone interested can book by contacting 07809 229 638 and asking for Mel Lamb and quote ‘Get Online Week’.