Are you a group or individual with innovative plans to make a difference? This can be making the best of local resources or public spaces, addressing environmental issues or helping improve people’s wellbeing. One Manchester want everyone in their communities to have the opportunity to access positive activities that promote health and wellbeing, bring the community together and help reduce loneliness and isolation.
Tesco’s Community grant scheme looks to fund projects focusing on children, families and food poverty. Once the applications are chosen they will go into the in-store vote (the blue token scheme). The funding available for grants is £500 (3rd), £1,000 (2nd) and £1,500 (1st) depending on your organisation’s place in the store vote.
For 12 days – as part of Ecclesiastical’s movement for good – Ecclesiastical will be making £120,000 in donations to charities to help them deliver their vital work.
UnLtd makes grants to support the start-up and growth of social enterprises. They offer two levels of grant:
Pebbles is a small grants funding stream for UK registered charities and recognised churches which are raising money for projects where the total cost is less than £150,000. This money can be spent on short breaks (such as an annual respite break or holiday for disadvantaged young people), equipment (such as white goods), or capital costs (refurbishment or minor building work).
This Meet the Funder event is with David Lakin, Head of Education and Safeguarding, and Zoe Buss, Education Manager: Regional Liaison, both from the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
The IET is working to engineer a better world, and inspire, inform and influence the global engineering community to engineer a better world.
One Manchester are seeking to offer at total of £100,000 of grants, with a maximum grant size of £25,000 that will support more effective and coordinated access to welfare support and assistance in our communities.
RADEQUAL is Manchester’s campaign to build community resilience.
The RADEQUAL Grant funding theme for 2022 will be ‘Building Community Resilience to Hateful Extremism’. RADEQUAL define hateful extremism as ideas, attitudes and behaviours that are hateful towards specific ‘others’ and designed to undermine social cohesion.
Forever Manchester are offering 100 awards of £100 to help community groups across Greater Manchester celebrate Christmas together.
Connecting Communities at Christmas welcomes applications from grassroots community groups based in any of the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester.
Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership (GMHSCP) is seeking applications from Greater Manchester Voluntary, Community or Social Enterprise (VCSE) organisations to develop the NHS's understanding of how people use services in Greater Manchester and why some people inappropriately access urgent and emergency care services. This grants programme is administered by GMCVO.