The GMHAN and the GMCA are thrilled to invite you to the inaugural GM Legislative Theatre event working towards a co-produced homelessness prevention strategy for Greater Manchester.
Join us for what will certainly be an entertaining evening raising valuable funds for the Spirit of Manchester Fund.
The Spirit of Manchester Fund provides mini-grants to local voluntary community groups, social enterprises or registered charities to help deliver projects, events or community activities which improve the wellbeing of people who live, work or study in Manchester.
Due to Covid-19 we will be using the power of digital technology to run the quiz.
The Widows Empowerment Trust (WET) is a leading national charity for bereaved spouses and their social empowerment. WET support a diverse range of service users through their loss and grief. Both the elderly and the young from all cultures are encouraged and given solace within the organisation. Staff and volunteers deliver high quality support to those suffering with bereavement through events, projects, befriending schemes and a variety of programs
Working as a Volunteer Coordinator, you will manage all elements of volunteering within our organisation.
Forever Manchester are delighted to announce that the latest round of Forever Manchester Awards is now open for applications from Community Groups in Greater Manchester.
Forever Manchester is offering awards of up to £1,000.
This is an interactive webinar on the impact on, and support for, people experiencing homelessness during and after COVID-19, and make recommendations for immediate and post-crisis support.
Are you a Manchester voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisation?
Would you like to share a story of your new everyday activity, as part of the 2020 Spirit of Manchester Story Week in September?
We are looking for 20 VCSE organisations to share their stories during the week of 21-25 September.
Mustard Tree helps people to change their lives, secure better accommodation and economic wellbeing. Mustard Tree’s focus is on tackling both the causes and consequences of poverty and homelessness.
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG) invites local authorities, registered providers, and their local partners to engage with the next stage of the COVID-19 Rough Sleeping response.
Homelessness organisations affected directly by COVID-19 can now apply for funding of £5.5million in a second round of grants distributed by Homeless Link.
Of this funding pot, £4.82 million is provided by The National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK, for homelessness charities in England.