Book now: Trustee Network Event – 1 July 2019

If you’re an existing or new trustee, or you’re considering whether it’s a role you’d like to be involved with, you can join our trustee network meetings.

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Young Londoners Fund – Information Sessions in May 2019

Information sessions for the Young Londoner’s Fund have been announced in Wimbledon and Kingston.  The Fund was launched to help children and young people fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting involved in crime.

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Have Your Say on the Draft Richmond Carer Strategy – closes 19 June 2019

The draft Richmond Carer Strategy sets out the Council’s priorities to support, recognise and value unpaid carers.

They would like to hear as many views from the community, to put forward to the Carers Strategy Reference Group.  Once the consultation closes, the Group will review and update the draft strategy, to reflect the responses received.

You can read the draft Strategy and access the Consultation by clicking on each of the relevant links below.

Draft Carers Strategy 2019 – 2024

Richmond Carer Strategy Consultation

Consultation on Draft Richmond Health and Care Plan 2019-2021

South West London NHS are looking for your feedback on the draft version of Richmond’s Health and Care Plan 2019-21.

The plan has been developed by NHS organisations, Richmond Council and voluntary organisations in the borough working together to review the local community’s health and care needs.  There has been an extensive period of engagement with local people and health and care staff in 2018.

The Plan describes the vision, priorities and actions which no single organisation can achieve alone: where health, social care and the voluntary sector working together will have maximum impact. The draft plan should be read in the context of other local health and care strategies.

Views are now invited on the priorities and actions that have been set out.  Find the full and summary versions of the draft plan, as well as the short survey, here.

The survey will close on 31 May 2019.

Young Londoners Fund – apply by 12 July 2019

Round 2 of the Mayor of London’s £45 million Young Londoners Fund will open on 15 May 2019.

This  Fund aims to help children and young people fulfil their potential, particularly those at risk of getting caught up in crime.  Find out more and sign up for updates here.

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Mental Health Funding from BUPA UK Foundation – apply by 31 May 2019

BUPA UK Foundation is offering grants of up to £20,000 for practical, community focused projects that aim to support and improve peoples health in mid life.

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Persimmon Community Champions – monthly matchfunding opportunity

Persimmon Community Champions funds good causes across the UK with their charity matchfunding programme for community initiatives.

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Andrews Charitable Trust Community Grants – apply at any time

The Andews Charitable Trust has two charitable objectives – the advancement of the Christian religion and the relief of sickness, poverty and distress in any part of the world as an expression of Christian love.  They welcome applications from both secular and Christian organisations who want to achieve social change.

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Magic Little Grants – Open for Applications

Magic Little Grants gives local charities and community groups the chance to apply for a £500 grant to deliver projects across Great Britain that encourage people to be physically active.

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DWF Foundation – apply at any time

Funding is available from the DWF Foundation for initiatives that develop and improve local communities by tackling specific issues, helping voluntary and community groups, encouraging community involvement by excluded individuals and enabling young people to develop skills for the benefit of the community.

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