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North, Central and South Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups and Macc are seeking to appoint an organisation to carry out the evaluation of a Grant Programme to reduce social isolation and loneliness

8 Oct 2013 - 13:46 by michelle.foster

A total of £550,000 has been set aside by South, Central and North Manchester Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) to provide grants to Voluntary and Community Sector Organisations (VCSOs) to reduce the isolation and loneliness of older people (50+).

The Grant Programme is administered by Macc, the main infrastructure organisation for VCSOs in Manchester. The Grant Programme is governed by a Programme Board made up of representatives from CCGs and other stakeholders.

It is intended that the Grant Programme presents opportunities for learning by all participants at every stage. Each of the larger projects will be partnered with a nominated representative from the appropriate CCG.

A total of £50,000 (inclusive of all incidentals and VAT) has been set aside for evaluation of the Grant Programme.

For further information and to apply see attached.

Application is by email to Pauline Clark, at: pauline@macc.org.uk by Monday 4 November 2013, 9am.

If you have any questions about the tender, contact Beth Plant on 0161 834 9823, or email: beth@macc.org.uk
 

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