Aims/priorities: Our all-encompassing vision is that parents across GM have accessible and welcoming peer support services that remain different from, but also closely connected to, clinical perinatal mental health services. This means:
Aims/priorities: The funding is intended to support projects which benefit the local community and environment, children and young people, mainstream schools and education, special needs education and people with disabilities.
Who can apply? The following organisations are eligible to apply:
Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to support communities to campaign and advocate to make food in their area better for people and the planet.
Who can apply? Sustainable Food Partnerships, local authorities and community or campaign groups in the UK may apply.
Grant amount: Grants of up to £5,000 are available.
Application process: Full guidelines and an online application form can be found on the Sustain website
Aims/priorities: the advancement of the Christian religion and of the Christian injunctions by the issue of literature, including books and the promotion of existing books.
Who can apply? Any local group or organisation that wishes to place Christian books and DVDs in community places such as public libraries, schools, hospitals, hospices, prisons or churches in the UK or abroad (as long as the applicant pays the postage). Individuals may also apply.
Applicants may apply for more than one library at a time
Aims/priorities: Funding for public bodies, non-government organisations, community groups, charities, individuals and private companies, to support the planting and establishment of large and small trees in urban and peri-urban areas of England.
Who can apply? Applications will be accepted from public bodies, community groups, charities and non-government organisations, individuals and private companies in England.
Fire Safety in the Workplace Short Course is designed to help you and your business understand the risks of fire and the steps that can be taken to mitigate the risk of fire. It will provide the knowledge required to prevent fire and protect people from harm.
The course outlines from the very basics of how fire starts and spreads, through to risk assessments and managing risk, as well as outlining the legal obligations of different people in the workplace and their roles and responsibilities relating to fire safety.
Fully funded x 50 Millie’s Trust Family First Aid Courses free to community groups with the aim of supporting parents of children up to learn first aid techniques for children (up to 16) and adults. The courses will last all day from 9.30am-3.30pm each course up to 15 participants.
If you have space and would like to host a first aid course, or if you would like to host a course but don't currently have a space, please contact Rita.email@example.com for an initial discussion by Friday 18 March.
Aims/priorities: The programme is focused on social enterprises supporting people facing increased social and economic challenges as a result of the pandemic. Funding is intended to support them in evolving and growing sustainable community services, in the face of ongoing disruption.
Priorities of the fund include:
Aims/priorities: The scheme aims to fund small capital improvements to theatres run by charities and not-for-profit groups that will make a big impact to a theatre's resilience, sustainability or accessibility. This can include works to make theatres COVID-secure and ready to reopen.
Grants are available for small capital projects that will make a big impact to a theatre's resilience, sustainability or accessibility.
Eligible projects include: