Rochdale

Rochdale

Rosa's New Rise fund

Aims/priorities: This funding is intended for specialist organisations led by and for Black and minoritised women and girls in the UK so that they are in a stronger position to survive, thrive and grow into the future. Applicants need to be working across Rosa’s four pillars of work:

Your Best Friend (small grant)

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to help young people get honest, practical information which may help to keep themselves and their friends safe from toxic relationships or get them to safety. Projects must:

  • Increase understanding about healthy, unhealthy and toxic relationships.
  • Give young people the knowledge and confidence to know how to keep their friends safe.

Who can apply? Applications will be accepted from the following types of organisation in England and Wales:

Your Best Friend (large grant)

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to help young people get honest, practical information which may help to keep themselves and their friends safe from toxic relationships or get them to safety. Projects must:

  • Increase understanding about healthy, unhealthy and toxic relationships.
  • Give young people the knowledge and confidence to know how to keep their friends safe.

Who can apply? Applications will be accepted from the following types of organisation in England and Wales:

Your Best Friend (small grant)

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to help young people get honest, practical information which may help to keep themselves and their friends safe from toxic relationships or get them to safety. Projects must:

  • Increase understanding about healthy, unhealthy and toxic relationships.
  • Give young people the knowledge and confidence to know how to keep their friends safe

Who can apply? Applications will be accepted from the following types of organisation in England and Wales:

Arts Council England Project Grants - Volunteering Futures

Aims/priorities: Volunteering Futures aims to encourage cross sector collaboration and working closely with other community partners to help overcome barriers to participation.

Funding is intended to create more and better volunteering opportunities for people:

  • Who experience loneliness.
  • Who experience barriers to volunteering.
  • In areas where there are fewer volunteering opportunities.

Projects should take place between 1 April 2022 and 31 March 2024.

AllChurches Trust - Emergency Grants Programme to Support Afghan Evacuees

Aims/priorities: The aim of this fund is to support Christian churches and charities helping to tackle the ongoing Afghanistan evacuee crisis. Funding will help cover costs associated with resettlement in the UK during a time when the economic and resource effects of the pandemic are still being felt. 

Funding can be used to cover costs associated with the resettlement of Afghan evacuees, including:

Arts Council England National Lottery Projects Grants

Aims/priorities: The grants programme supports a broad range of creative and cultural projects that benefit people living in England. Projects can range from directly creating and delivering creative and cultural activity to projects which have a longer term positive impact, such as organisational development, research and development and sector support and development.

The funding is for projects that are focused on one or more of the following disciplines:

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