Tameside

Tameside

Tameside DEFRA Grant 2022

Aims/priorities:  There are currently two funding opportunities available:

Crisis Fund (Up to £500) - Groups can apply for up to £500 to help people in crisis access food and essentials (toiletries, household essentials). There must be an additional offer of longer term help e.g., a leaflet with where to go information, variety of formats.

Tameside Community Recovery Fund - South

Aims/priorities: Tameside Community Recovery Fund is a Participatory Budgeting event where local communities can have a say and vote for their favourite community project. TMBC Community Safety are leading on this with assistance from Action Together supported by partner organisations. Greater Manchester Combined Authorities (GMCA) are funding £40,000 across Tameside communities - £10,000 has been allocated for each neighbourhood area: North, East, South and West.

Tameside Community Recovery Fund - East

Aims/priorities: Tameside Community Recovery Fund is a Participatory Budgeting event where local communities can have a say and vote for their favourite community project. TMBC Community Safety are leading on this with assistance from Action Together supported by partner organisations.   Greater Manchester Combined Authorities (GMCA) are funding £40,000 across Tameside communities - £10,000 has been allocated for each neighbourhood area: North, East, South and West.

Tameside Community Recovery Fund - West

Aims/priorities: Tameside Community Recovery Fund is a Participatory Budgeting event where local communities can have a say and vote for their favourite community project. TMBC Community Safety are leading on this with assistance from Action Together supported by partner organisations.   Greater Manchester Combined Authorities (GMCA) are funding £40,000 across Tameside communities - £10,000 has been allocated for each neighbourhood area: North, East, South and West.

Tameside Lets End Hate Crime 2022

Aims/priorities: Hate crime is defined as ‘any criminal offences perceived, by the victim or any other person, to be motivated by hostility, prejudice, towards someone based on a personal characteristic’. In Greater Manchester hate crime is monitored across six strands: race, religion, sexual orientation, trans identity, disability and alternative subcultures.

Tameside Household Support Funds (HSF) 2022

Aims/priorities: Tameside Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprises (VCFSE) organisations can apply for up to £10,000 to primarily provide support to households in the most need of food, energy and water bills. It can also be used to support households with essential costs related to those items and with wider essential costs. In exceptional cases of genuine emergency, it can additionally be used to support housing costs where existing housing support schemes do not meet this exceptional need. 

Eligible spends include:

Tameside & Glossop Community Wellbeing Microgrants 21/22

Aims/priorities: Grants of up to £1,000 are available to support projects/activities delivered by Tameside & Glossop based Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise groups that:

  • Can improve the wellbeing of local people. This can include improving health and wellbeing, tackling poverty or reducing inequality.
  • Are delivered for a community of place, interest, or identity in one or more neighbourhoods.

Who can apply? To be eligible to apply, an organisation must be:

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