Rochdale

Rochdale

Arts Council England - National Portfolio Organisations 2023-26

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to help Arts Council England realise its 10-year strategy (2020-2030), Let's Create and its vision: 'By 2030, England will be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone has access to a remarkable range of high-quality cultural experiences'

The strategy is built around three outcomes, each with their own elements:

Creative people:

UK Youth Fund – Thriving Minds

Aims/priorities: The Fund aims to improve mental health support and provisions for young people and youth workers. The funding is intended to ensure organisations have the resources needed to properly engage with the Thriving Minds programme and implement and instigate learnings to improve their mental health provision. 

Funding will support projects that demonstrate commitment towards the following key outcomes:

Sport England - Storm Relief Funding

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to support the repair and recovery of community sports facilities from flood and storm damage to allow them to reopen as soon as possible. 

Grants can be used to:

  • Repair storm-damaged buildings and roofs.
  • Grass and artificial pitches.
  • Decontaminate flooded clubhouses.
  • Replace damaged electrical systems or clear blocked drains.

Funding may also cover the hire of skips, pressure hoses or tarpaulins to secure exposed buildings (for use when safe to do so).

Use Your Energy in Action!

Published date: 
Monday, 28th February 2022
Photo of children fenching

It was great to hear from Ashton Fencing Club this week as they said a big thank you for the Use Your Energy funding. They tweeted: "Without the “Use your Energy fund” from Action Together we would not have been able to provide these free sessions."

Historic England - Everyday Heritage Grants: Celebrating Working Class Heritage

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to support diverse projects, heritage and stories which may have been previously overlooked, with a particular focus on the everyday lives of working people and communities. Projects should engage with a wide range of heritage and enable people to creatively share overlooked or untold stories of their communities.

Subjects could include:

Holiday Activity Fund (HAF) - Rochdale borough

Aims/priorities:

The Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme is a government initiative that aims to provide healthy hot food and enriching activities during the school holidays, primarily to children and young people aged 5 to 16 who are eligible for benefits related free school meals. It is funded by the Department for Education (DfE). The aim is for children and young people to socialise, learn and play during the specified holiday periods, enjoy a hot meal and have fun.

Holiday Activity Fund (HAF) Rochdale borough

Published date: 
Wednesday, 23rd February 2022
HAF logo

Aims/priorities:

The Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme is a government initiative that aims to provide healthy hot food and enriching activities during the school holidays, primarily to children and young people aged 5 to 16 who are eligible for benefits related free school meals. It is funded by the Department for Education (DfE). The aim is for children and young people to socialise, learn and play during the specified holiday periods, enjoy a hot meal and have fun.

Joseph Strong Frazer Trust

Aims/priorities: The scheme aims to fund a wide range of charitable activities. The Joseph Strong Frazer Trust Grant is provided by Joseph Miller and Co. and is administered by the Joseph Strong Frazer Trust. It is available to registered charities throughout England and Wales.

Who can apply? Registered charities operating in England and Wales. Applicants are advised to contact the Trust to confirm that exclusions do not apply.

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