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Manchester City Council helps residents stand up to hate crime

26 Nov 2012 - 15:52 by michelle.foster

Manchester residents wanting to hold events to help their communities stand up to hate crime are being invited to apply for cash from the City Council.

Manchester City Council is encouraging residents to help them raise awareness of the problem and understand what they can do to report any incidents, as part of a hate crime awareness week being held early next year.

Groups who want to organise events helping residents celebrate their diversity and get to know each other better are now being invited to apply for grants of up to £200.

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John Grant Davies Trust

23 Nov 2012 - 09:25 by michelle.foster

The John Grant Davies Trust provides funding for groups based in areas of urban deprivation in Greater Manchester and which are combating poverty and empowering local people to help in their own community.

Grants are normally made between the values of £100 and £3,000. However, an exceptional application may receive a greater amount of funding.

Applications for revenue funding over a period of up to three years will also be considered.

Voluntary and community groups working in the most deprived areas of Greater Manchester are eligible to apply.

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Ending Youth Violence in East Manchester Small Grants Programme

16 Nov 2012 - 14:11 by michelle.foster

The East Manchester Ending Youth Violence Small Grants Programme will provide funding for voluntary, community and faith organisations working with young people in the East Manchester SRF area.

The grants will support work with young people who are involved in youth violence or are at risk of becoming involved.

Grants of up to £3,000 are available for activities and support for 13-25 year olds from the East Manchester SRF area to be delivered before 31 March 2013.

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Manchester Airport Community Trust Fund – Deadline 7 Dec 12

9 Nov 2012 - 10:39 by michelle.foster

The Manchester Airport Community Trust Fund is a registered charity and was established to promote, enhance, improve and protect both the natural and built environment in the local community. The Trustees award grants of a maximum of £3,000.

In 2011/12, Manchester Airport is contributing £100,000 which is further enhanced by income from fines imposed on airlines when their aircraft exceed noise limits. These funds are then used to support neighbourhood and community projects throughout the area.

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£100 million made available for public parks over three years

1 Nov 2012 - 13:16 by michelle.foster

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) and BIG Lottery Fund (Big) are to provide £100 million in grants for public parks over the next three years.

The Parks for People programme is designed to encourage more people to get involved in the management of their local part. The new funding will, for the first time, include projects that conserve historic cemeteries.

Parks for People is for projects related to historic parks and cemeteries in the UK. You can apply for a grant from £100,000 to £5million.

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Nesta Investing for impact

25 Oct 2012 - 15:28 by michelle.foster

Nesta invest in social ventures with innovative products or services that are addressing some of the UK’s most pressing challenges.

In particular, Nesta are seeking innovations that have a positive impact on:
• the health and wellbeing of an ageing population;
• the educational attainment and employability of children and young people; and
• the social and environmental sustainability of communities.

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