All Sector News
In the latest newsletter, writer Helen Rowe introduces her newly launched book, Eliminating Poverty in Britain, and the Bond Board shares an independent evaluation of its Tenants’ Advocacy Service. There is the usual policy and research updates and there are other short articles throughout.
Rosa's Voices from the Frontline fund offers one-year grants of up to £7,000 to support campaigning and influencing work that enables women and girls to use their voice to achieve change.
Greater Manchester Combined Authority is seeking to provide contract funding for the facilitation of the Faith and Belief Advisory Panel.
The Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA) has secured UK Shared Prosperity Funding (UKSPF) to support local business, including social businesses. This funding will be used to deliver a core programme of business support, as well as programmes focused on helping entrepreneurs to start their own businesses and promoting innovation.
Grants are available to support children and young people in care and care leavers in the UK. The Trust aims to give grants to those in society who face the greatest challenges and whose opportunities are the most limited.
Grants are available for not-for-profit organisations and projects in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales, North East England and North West England that work with young people (up to age 25 years) who are experiencing inequality to engage with them on the climate emergency.
MSA LIVE brings together community organisations and architecture students to work on a project for social impact or for community benefit.
The Queen Bee Women's Group will be a safe friendly space where women are welcome to come and have a drink and a snack, participate in arts and craft activities and make friends.
This is your opportunity to influence the future of creative health. Global majority creative practitioners, artists, and professionals in the creative industries are being invited to develop innovative training opportunities in Creative Health.