Services and Engagement Co-ordinator, Man & Boy – apply by 8 March 2020

Salary: £27,000 – £30,000 per annum / full time

A rewarding role for a self-motivated and dedicated individual who understands the challenges of working with men and boys and who enjoys the outdoors.

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Volunteer Lead, The Mulberry Centre – apply by 11 March 2020

Salary: £27,000 per annum pro rata (£16,200 actual) / 22.5 hours per week

A new Mulberry Macmillan Volunteer Lead is needed for the small, dynamic team at The Mulberry Centre.

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Fundraising and Communications Manager, The Mulberry Centre – apply by 11 March 2020

Salary: £42,000 per annum pro rata (£33,600 actual) / 30 hours per week

The Mulberry Centre is looking for an experienced and talented Fundraising and Communications Manager.

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Welfare Benefits Information Lead, The Mulberry Centre – apply by 5 March 2020

Salary: £16,800 per annum (£28,000 FTE) / 22.5 hours per week

If  you have the knowledge and experience to provide high quality benefits information and support for people affected by cancer, this could be the perfect role for  you.

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Inman Charity – apply by 28 February 2020

The Inman Charity supports charities with a particular focus on the following priority areas:

  • medical research
  • care of the elderly
  • general welfare
  • hospices
  • deaf and blind people
  • care of physically and mentally disabled people
  • the Armed forces.

Their grants tend to range in value from £1,500 to £5,000 and applications are considered twice a year in April and October.

Applications must be made in writing to their office and the deadline for each of the above rounds are end of February and 31 August.

See full details and previous awards made at the Inman Charity website.

 

 

idverde Community Investment Fund

idverde’s Community Investment Fund grants up to £40,000 per year, through small awards of matchfunding, to support community-led projects.  The fund aims to empower people to improve their green spaces, enhance their environment, and boost wellbeing.

They are interested in funding:

• projects that improve to a public open space such as a park, playing field, recreation ground, playground, nature reserve, wood or a cemetery.

• spaces that are freely accessible to all members of the public

To see how it works and what they have supported to date, visit the Spacehive idverde webpage.

Shared Endeavour – apply by 22 March 2020

Groundwork are working with the Mayor of London to offer grants of up to £50,000 for projects which identify opportunities to counter violent extremism in London.

The Shared Endeavour fund welcomes applications from groups who can show that their projects will satisfy one or more of the following outcomes:

• Directly counters and / or offers positive alternatives to the promotion of hateful, intolerant and extremist messages and content (both online and offline)

• Raises awareness of and increases resilience to the dangers of hate, intolerance, extremism and radicalisation (particularly in relation to vulnerable people)

• Encourages and empowers others to stand up to hate, intolerance and extremism (both online and offline)

There are three tiers of grants, leading to a maximum of £50,000, as follows:

Tier 1- Up to £10,000
Work will take place in at least one London borough within 6 months.

Tier 2 – Between £10,001 to £25,000
Work will take place in two or more London boroughs within 7 months.

Tier 3 – Between £25,001 to £50,000
Work will take place in four or more London boroughs within 8 months.

Project delivery will start on the 1st June 2020.

For full details, visit the Groundworks Shared Endeavour webpage.

This Girl Can Community Fund – apply by 25 February 2020

This Girl Can Community Fund is provided with funding from the National Lottery and administered by Sport England.

It aims to support women aged 16+ to get active by offering grants to local projects that will contribute to overcoming the barriers some women face in getting active – from a lack of opportunities offered in their local area, to cost and availability of childcare.

Grants ranging from a few hundred pounds to up to £10,000 and support activities that boost the heart rate.   Activities could include a wide range of physical projects and grant-making decisions will be based on the difference that can be made with the funding.  Ideas can have a short-term focus or provide longer-term support to help women achieve sustainable behaviour change.

Applications can be made by individuals and groups, including not-for-profit organisations, voluntary or community clubs, registered charities or community interest companies, social enterprises, schools and statutory bodies.

The deadline for receipt of applications is 25 February 2020.

Get full details from the This Girl Can Community Fund website.

The Mount Fund – apply by 14 February 2020

The Mrs Smith & Mount Trust aims to assist disadvantaged people towards greater independence or a better quality of life.  Their main funding programme is The Mount Fund which has updated its priorities to:

  • Mental Health
  • Homelessness
  • Health in the Community

Applications are considered three times a year in March, July and November and the application period for consideration in March is open until 14 February 2020 (at the latest).

All applications must be submitted using the Trust’s online application form, which is accessed by successfully completing an eligibility quiz.

See the full details at the Mrs Smith & Mount Trust website.

Lady Neville Charity – apply by 13 March 2020

The Lady Neville Charity offers one-off capital grants to grassroots charities in the UK.

Charities that apply should offer a diverse range of activities and interests within one of the following priority areas:

  • local heritage
  • local community
  • performing arts and visual arts.

The grants awarded are usually up to a maximum £1,000.

There are two application rounds in 2020 with the following deadlines:

  • Friday 13 March 2020 (for May 2020 round)
  • Friday 11 September 2020 (for November 2020 round)

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