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The Hilden Charitable Fund - Summer Play Schemes 2013

19 Apr 2013 - 10:35 by michelle.foster

The Hilden Charitable Fund has allocated a small budget to help community groups run summer play schemes for disadvantaged communities. Some priority will be given to projects which show they are inclusive of children from refugee families, and show BME involvement.

Grants awarded range from £500 to £1,500.

What will be funded:
• Projects for children aged 5 to 18 years
• Locally based schemes lasting from 2 to 6 weeks
• Schemes with strong volunteer support

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Respectabull - a powerful free workshop for young people

28 Mar 2013 - 13:30 by sarah.gilston

What is the Respactabull Project?
A powerful, free workshop for young people in London, Birmingham and Manchester

Designed to be run as a workshop with groups of young people, the project aims to stimulate debate and discussion around the issues of responsible dog ownership, antisocial behaviour and the law.

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Woodward Charitable Trust - Children's Summer Playschemes 2013

15 Mar 2013 - 09:20 by michelle.foster

Each year the trustees of the Woodward Charitable Trust set aside funds for summer playschemes for children between the ages of 5-16 years.

Most grants awarded are in the range of £500 to £1,000. Around 35 grants are made each year.

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BBC Children in Need Small Grants and Main Grants Programmes – 2013 Deadlines

14 Mar 2013 - 16:04 by michelle.foster

BBC Children in Need's Small Grants programme and Main Grants Prograemmes are open to charities and not-for-profit organisations to apply to.

The BBC Children in Need focus firmly on children and young people experiencing disadvantage. BBC Children in Need fund organisations working to combat this disadvantage and to make a real difference to children and young people's lives.

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29 Childcare Centres across Manchester available for Lease

7 Mar 2013 - 11:04 by Nigel Rose

Manchester City Council (MCC) is shortly to issue application forms through The Chest for providers of childcare to get the opportunity to bid to lease one or more of 29 childcare centres across Manchester. Bidders will have to take on a full repairing and insuring lease, a significant risk, that providers will need to build into their business plans. In some of the centres part of the building will be leased back to MCC for the continuing provision of Surestart. Each of the bidders will be required to reserve 3 Child in Need places for use by MCC.

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'One World All Different' - Youth-led conference pt III

19 April, 2013 - 09:30 to 16:00

Youth Elements will hold its third one day conference “One World All Different” on Friday 19th April, at the Luther King House, Manchester.

This inspiring and engaging conference offers professionals an opportunity to gain an insight into young people's thoughts and feelings, on issues affecting them in today's society.

Consulting Children and Young People Who Run Away From Home or Care

19 Feb 2013 - 15:46 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council need your help to give children and young people who run away from home or care a voice.

Manchester City Council wishes to recommission its Missing from Home and Care Service. The aim of the service is to reduce the incidence of children and young people going missing and the associated behaviour, equipping them to minimise risk and provide support to those who have run away.

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Realising Ambition – Strengthening Families Programme

15 Feb 2013 - 12:14 by michelle.foster

Realising Ambition is a National Lottery funded programme aimed at helping young people fulfil their potential using evidenced based interventions.

Lifeline Project is delivering the Strengthening Families Programme (10-14) UK to families living in Manchester and Central Lancashire who have children aged 10-14 years. As a national drug and alcohol charity, the aim is to support those families where parents have experienced drug and alcohol issues

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