The Inter Faith Youth Trust is launching a new grant programme for young people’s organisations to hold inter faith events or activities in the Greater Manchester area. May 2019 will mark two years since the bombing at the Manchester Arena. The focus of the project is to highlight the good that can come from different communities working together in friendship. Grants are for between £200 to £1,000.
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We Stand Together has recently been awarded a grant from the Big Lottery Fund through the Awards for All grant programme for a ‘Advancing #WeStandTogether’ initiative.
TechOver is an interactive careers fair that aims to introduce local schools and colleges in North Manchester to digital technology and how it shapes the modern workplace. It will offer them a chance to experience how new technology can improve and reimagine existing jobs, as well as create new ones.
Youth Music is a national charity investing in music-making projects for children and young people (aged 0-25) experiencing challenging circumstances.
Funding is focused on supporting projects for children and young people who face barriers to music-making as a result of who they are, where they live, or the circumstances they’re facing.
Are you part of a group working with 13-18 year olds? If so, this is your opportunity to attend a young people and media event at BBC MediaCityUK, hosted by BBC School Report on Saturday 8 December 2018, 11.45am-3.30pm.
Youth centre serves 800 free hot meals to local families in need.
Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) are circulating an online questionnaire for young people aged 13 to 25 to collect their views on health and health care provision in Manchester.
This is as part of a piece of work being carried out by Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group, so it’s a really good opportunity for young people to have their say on health services and get their voices heard.
This 12-16 November #iwill are calling for campaign partners to further empower and celebrate the stories of young people by enabling them to describe the impact they’re having on the communities and causes they care so much about.
It’s know that when young people take part in social action, everyone benefits. And #iwill want young people to have the chance to take part in meaningful social action – building a habit for life.
This year's Sleep Out Manchester will take place at the incredible Victoria Baths on Thursday 29 November 2018. Join Centrepoint to help break the cycle of homelessness in Manchester.
Centrepoint are asking you to swap your bed for a sleeping bag for just one night, and take to the streets for homeless young people. This amazing challenge raises funds and awareness of youth homelessness.
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: