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Oldham

Covid-19 response grant phase two

Aims/priorities: Funding is available for organisations who support people in prison, leaving prison, under license in the community, or serving a community sentence, to continue to work in the context of the Covid-19 crisis or to make adaptations for their long-term work that are necessary due to the effects of Covid-19.

This includes (but is not limited to):

COVID-19 Homelessness Response Fund

Aims/priorities: The funding aims to provide emergency financial assistance to local homelessness organisations, preventing closure, service cuts or staff  redundancies threatened by increased operational costs and a loss of fundraised income due to the Coronavirus.

It will also support organisations that have needed to expand or adapt their services in light of COVID-19 to support people experiencing homelessness safely and effectively.

Grants must be for revenue expenditure only.

Who can apply? 

Covid-19 Community-Led Organisations Recovery Scheme

Aims/priorities: Covid-19 Community-Led Organisations Recovery Scheme offers grants to community organisations in England who are facing financial difficulties caused by Covid-19. The scheme is aimed at organisations delivering services in their local community to support people who are at high risk from Covid-19, with an emphasis on Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME)-led or BAME-supporting businesses.

The funding must be used to:

Community Justice Fund

Aims/priorities:  The Community Justice Fund is focused on the needs of specialist social welfare legal advice organisations. We aim to help these organisations be effective and sustainable in the face of responding to COVID-19. We will provide flexible support so that organisations can respond to these challenges in ways that they feel best meets their needs but for which they do not currently have the funds.

Persimmon Community Champions

Aims/priorities: Persimmon Community Champions is here to fund good causes across the UK and have supported thousands of community groups and charities over the years, but from 1st April for the foreseeable future, they want to focus on organisations that support the over-70s – a vulnerable group in society that Persimmon Community Champions feel need their support at this time.

Who can apply? Community groups and charities

Grant amount: Grants of up to £1,000 are available 

National Lottery Coronavirus Funding

Aims/priorities: The £200 million Coronavirus Community Support Fund is part of the Government’s £750 million financial support package for charities and social enterprises during announced on 8 April 2020.

The £200 million Support Fund is being administered by the National Lottery Community Fund along with National Lottery funding to support not-for-profit organisations so that they can continue to deliver services to people and communities in England that are affected by COVID-19.

The Fund has two key objectives:

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