These workshops are for all youth professionals and will cover / provide space to explore and reflect on:
All Black, Minority and Ethnic
This event brings together a range of speakers to explore the essential work of the voluntary sector in delivering services for racially minoritised people and addressing race inequality in the criminal justice system.
The event will explore how specialist organisations led by and focused on racially minoritised people are faring in the current climate, and discuss how trusts and foundations, the wider voluntary sector and government can ensure these organisations are sustainable.
Are you a legally constituted charity, voluntary sector organisation, or social enterprise?
Do you require support for the development of your charity or social enterprise?
Have you registered for this year's Windrush Event?
This year CAHN have so much in store for you: from LIVE singing and dancing performances, food demonstrations, showcasing of art, spoken word and poetry.
To register click here
Do it Now Now (DINN) is delighted to have received funding from Comic Relief’s Global Majority Fund to provide, through a Common Call grant fund, financial support to Black-led charities and social enterprises disproportionately impacted by Covid-19 in the UK. The £300,000 fund includes contributions from Barclays, National Emergencies Trust, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, The Clothworkers’ Foundation and Comic Relief.
The Windrush Community Fund is up to £500,000 of financial support available to charity, community or grassroots organisations across the UK to fund projects which raise awareness of the Windrush Scheme (documentation), the Windrush Compensation Scheme or both.
This support is available to fund activities across the UK. Awards range from a minimum of £2,500 to a maximum of £25,000.
The National Lottery Community Fund in Greater Manchester are working with Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) led organisations to understand how they can make their funding more accessible and inclusive.
Equality and Diversity UK are always working to raise awareness of how to effectively eradicate racism and to supporting the development of anti-racist strategies.
Equality and Diversity UK want to support you in telling your stories and hearing your suggestions for beginning the journey for eradicating racism.
Booska Paper exposes structural racism in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector and explored the impact of the pandemic on funding attitudes in the UK.
It highlights the issues that need to be addressed to help us create more just and racially equitable society where all communities can flourish.
Small and local charities with an annual income of £25,000 to £1 million that are led by and for members of Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities can apply for a two-year, unrestricted grant of £50,000.