This year is more important than ever, to support struggling families and help children across Manchester and Salford have a happy Christmas.
All Sector News
Greater Manchester Poverty Action have launched the Greater Manchester Poverty Monitor 2020 detailing key statistics about poverty across the city region.
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation and Manchester City Council are working together to offer two free six week online training courses in Greater Manchester.
Communities without access to online facilities are at significant risk of mental health issues and re-offending.
Does your community include:
A comprehensive new plan has been launched, outlining how hate crime will be tackled and communities brought together in Greater Manchester over the next three years.
The Plan to Tackle Hate Crime will raise awareness of hate crimes and encourage people to report them, while also improving support for victims of hate incidents.
Greater Manchester’s Youth Task Force is inviting organisations to make commitments to young people.
This call for action is part of a piece of work being carried out to develop and deliver a Guarantee for young people in the city-region who have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, and really help those aged 11 to 30 feel positive for their future.
The Manchester Wellbeing Fund is pleased to offer a second round of fast-track grants to respond to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
The Our Manchester Programme Management Team are pleased to announce that the First 1000 Days Fund with grant allocations specifically for North Manchester is now open for applications.
Funding is available for projects that aim to improve the health and wellbeing of children in North Manchester in their first 1,000 days of life (from conception to the age of two), as it is crucial to their long-term health and wellbeing.
To support women, fathers and families:
GMCVO, working in partnership with 10GM, have launched small and medium grants programmes to support adults from communities of identity or experience, based in Greater Manchester that may struggle to achieve high levels of mental wellbeing.
The communities we want to reach are:
The fund is for individuals who are cultural and creative practitioners and want to take time to focus on their creative development. If you’re thinking of taking your practice to the next stage, DYCP can help by supporting research, time to create new work, travel, training, developing ideas, networking or mentoring.