Global Fund for Children (GFC) and The National Lottery Community Fund are partnering to support the creation and delivery of the Phoenix Fund – an initiative that will provide £1 million in emergency grants to Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities across England.
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The Common Call COVID Fund is specifically aimed at supporting Black-led social enterprises and charities so that they are able to survive and even thrive in the COVID period.
The fund aims to help grantees:
Are you a Manchester voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisation?
Would you like to share a story of your new everyday activity, as part of the 2020 Spirit of Manchester Story Week in September?
We are looking for 20 VCSE organisations to share their stories during the week of 21-25 September.
The National Lottery Community Fund has announced that it is committing £1.4 million to a new partnership with Global Fund for Children.
The investment will support the co-creation and delivery of the Phoenix Fund, a new black and ethnic minority-led fund, that will support communities and BAME leadership practice in England.
Got those COVID blues? Feeling low? In need of a little support?
ALL FM are offering free radio training and they will train you online to make a radio show in a small group. You don’t have to be technical – no experience is needed
For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mustard Tree helps people to change their lives, secure better accommodation and economic wellbeing. Mustard Tree’s focus is on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty and homelessness.
Concurrent with tighter new rules for Greater Manchester announced last Thursday, Ambition for Ageing have released a new report to help build more effective social connection projects for older people during the new operating environment of COVID-19.
The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage is part of the £1.57 billion rescue package announced by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) to safeguard cultural and heritage organisations across the UK from the economic impact of COVID-19.
From Monday 17 August a new information and advice service is available for carers in the city of Manchester.
Carers Manchester, is part of the new Carers Pathway in Manchester, a partnership of a range of statutory and voluntary organisations working together to improve services for Manchester’s 62,000 unwaged carers.
COVID-19 has affected us all in so many ways and left us feeling unsettled. The world as we once knew it is no longer quite the same and for those that have unfortunately been infected by the disease, it’s been even more overwhelming to take on board.