Got a great idea for a community project, but need a little help to get it off the ground? The Onward Community Fund aims to support local groups and projects. Underpinned by the mission ‘To make a positive difference in the communities we serve’ groups can bid for up to £5,000 for their neighbourhood. Examples could include: IT training, youth projects or community events.
We Love MCR Charity is excited to announce the launch of their ‘Manchester's Rising Stars Fund’ - a £200,000 fund offering hope and opportunity to determined young Mancunians who need a helping hand to take their next step in education, entrepreneurship, employment, or training.
An opportunity to meet fellow fundraisers and discuss the challenges and new opportunities arising in our sector.
There has never been a greater need for fundraisers to get-together and share knowledge and experience.
The Get Grants informal free Virtual Fundraising Networking is a chance to share experiences and connect with other fundraisers in the region.
FSi event will be delivered online, offering over 180 delegate training places over 2 days so that small charities, wherever they are, can access the skills they need to become self-sustaining.
Are you considering running a capital fundraising campaign in 2021? Thanks to the National Lottery Community Fund all FSi training until March will receive 100% of the training deposits refunded!
Training sessions cover a wide range of fundraising techniques and back office skills delivered by experienced and knowledgeable trainers.
The NFU Mutual Community Giving Fund was set up in 2005 to support community initiatives and charitable events, as well as to help boost staff fundraising initiatives.
Comic Relief with Paul Hamlyn Foundation have launched the next round of their joint UK Tech for Good funding programme. The Tech for Good programme was developed in response to the need for charities to use technology to explore different approaches to delivering better services.
The Big Life Group are excited to announce the launch of the Manchester Social Prescribing Development Fund.
The aim of the fund is to support new and established groups and organisations to build capacity and deliver projects to support social prescribing to people over the age of 18. The fund will support people in improving or help with managing their health and wellbeing.
£300,000 is available for voluntary sector activity to support mental health and wellbeing and reduce social isolation in Manchester.
Manchester City Council are particularly interested in support for the following groups:
The Local Connections Fund is a new £4 million fund to help charities and community groups in England that are working to reduce loneliness by helping them build connections across their communities.
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) and The National Lottery Community Fund are investing £2 million each.
From Spring 2021, The Fore is returning to its standard offer of grants of up to £30,000, which can be spread over up to 3 years. The Fore make unrestricted grants which have the potential to have a transformational impact on an organisation. Transformational impact includes helping an organisations become more sustainable, more efficient, to grow significantly or enabling an organisation to take a major step forward of some kind.