CAHN is offering free and confidential culturally and religiously appropriate counselling sessions with qualified professionals from the Caribbean and African community. In addition, they are working with a range of partners to deliver practical support.
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Voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system with under £500,000 annual income can apply now for grant funding to support their vital work during Covid-19 or to make adaptations as we look ahead towards recovery and a ‘new normal’.
Manchester Community Safety Partnership, Manchester City Council, Young Manchester and other partners across Manchester are committed to driving a bold new approach to keeping children and young people safe in Manchester by tackling anti-social behaviour and violence which impacts on children and young people across the city.
The State of the Sector survey is back and we need your help!
This new report launched by RECLAIM finds that young people across the city feel their knowledge is too often missing in debates on how to tackle the rise in knife crime. The project, coordinated by local working-class youth charity RECLAIM, asked young people across the city what they want and need to feel safe.
Stockport Without Abuse is a highly regarded, specialist charity who has been supporting, empowering and educating individuals and families affected by domestic abuse since 1975, when they were then known as Stockport Women’s Aid, and before that Heaton Moor Women’s Group.
A remaining £1.85 million is now open for bids on a rolling ‘first comes first served’ basis until 20 July.
This will ensure domestic abuse safe accommodation charities and other service providers can continue applying for support during COVID-19, and keep this critical provision open for victims and their children.
The Fund will support domestic abuse safe accommodation charities and will help ensure that:
The Government has announced that the Home Office has secured additional, one-off emergency support funding for small/micro charities that are working in marginalised communities with vulnerable young people at risk of being involved in serious violence.
Voluntary organisations working in the criminal justice system with under £500,000 annual income can apply now for grant funding to support their vital work during Covid-19.
Grants are expected to be £3,000 - £5,000. No organisation will be granted more than £20,000.
£100,000 has been allocated to support people experiencing extreme disadvantage in Greater Manchester through the coronavirus pandemic.
The £100,000 donation has come from the Lankelly Chase Foundation and will go to disabled people’s organisations and community organisations supporting those at risk of domestic abuse.