20 June, 2017

The PCC set up the Commissioners Community Action Fund (CCAF) in 2013 so that local groups and organisations could apply for grants to address priorities in the Police and Crime Plan.  Community groups and voluntary organisations have the opportunity to apply for grants of up to £3,000 to help initiatives which support the PCC's priorities.  The Fund is administered by the Police Community Trust who awards grants quarterly.  

Find out:

How to apply?

Who's been supported by the event?

Guidelines for applicants

16 June, 2017

Is your street age friendly?
 
How would you make your area better for older people?
 
Do you have an idea to improve your neighbourhood for older people?

 

14 June, 2017
 
NHS Clinical Commissioners have reacted to mounting pressures to deliver more for less, in spite of Government promises of greater investment.
 
Following the outcome of the General Election, NHS Clinical Commissioners published a call for action in response to fears over funding pressures and a lack of ‘realism about what the NHS can deliver’. 

 

This introductory overview is designed to help your organisation get ready for the new General Data Protection Regulation, which is effective as of May 2018.

Click here to view and download this resource.

13 June, 2017

 

The Co-op Foundation is working together with the #iwill campaign to create a £2 million fund that will grow our youth loneliness network.

The first round of this fund is now open.

2 June, 2017
 
A race to the bottom to deliver public sector contracts for less is causing a crisis in the relationship between charities and the state. A recent report by New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) found that two-thirds of charities have used money from charitable donations to subsidise key services they provide on behalf of the public sector.
 
1 June, 2017

 

Invitation to Tender – Southmead Fourteen Disability Project

Fee - £20,000 incl. VAT and all expenses

  1. Introduction

What is the Fourteen Programme?

26 May, 2017

 

State funded schools as well as dedicated schools that do not have or want to improve their libraries can apply for funding through the Foyles Foundation Schools Library Programme. Priority will be given to primary schools and to funding library books.

The Foundation will also consider contributions towards e-readers, library software, necessary IT equipment and specialist seating/desks.

Preference will be given to schools which can clearly demonstrate that their library can be maintained and renewed in the future.

26 May, 2017

 

26 May, 2017

 

Telecoms provider O2 "Think Big with O2" youth programme is currently open for applications. The programme supports young people in the UK (aged between 13 and 25) who want to use digital technology to make positive changes to their communities. Initially funding of £300 is available to get projects off the ground. Projects need to be completed within six months.

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