Pilotlight are opening a new programme of support for charities in England and Wales coming out of the pandemic. Pilotlight are offering free, patient support for charity leaders, putting together teams of business experts to help them over the course of a year.
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The Loneliness Engagement Fund provides small grants between £15,000 and £50,000 to organisations who can engage with target groups at high risk of loneliness. The fund will give out up to £260,000 of grants in total.
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Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust are adopting a virtual format for their Annual Members’ Meeting, on 21 September you are invited to watch pre-recorded presentations in relation to their 2020/21 Annual Report and Accounts, alongside outlining their Plans for the Future. A Membership Report update will also available from Geraldine Thompson (Lead Governor), with the results of their 2021 Governor Elections/Nominations also being highlighted.
The Faith New Deal Pilot Fund is a new, competitive grant programme to help support faith-based organisations to use their resources effectively within their community and to build trust between national government, local government and faith groups.
FAM support principally Black and ethnic minority families in the Moss Side and surrounding areas of the city with the over-arching aim of helping to prevent young people getting sucked into anti-social behaviour, criminal activity, gangs and violence. FAM do this through providing mentoring, role-models, diversionary sports activities, safe spaces and pathways into training and employment.
Applications for £10,000 grants are open. These grants are to help Black and minoritised women’s organisations, led-by-and-for women, which have been impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, to support women and girls, dealing with the impact of Covid-19.
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The Greater Manchester Combined Authority is looking for an organisation to support the facilitation of the Greater Manchester Faith and Belief Advisory Panel.
CAN Do Creatives is a free training course for unemployed artists, creatives, and community leaders, who use arts in community projects, who want to learn new skills, develop a freelance career, launch a creative business or find a job in the arts and creative industries.