The Women & Girls Match Fund

Aims/priorities: The Women & Girls Match Fund is a match funding campaign for charities that are working to improve the lives of vulnerable, disadvantaged or underrepresented women and girls in England and Scotland. The Women & Girls Match Fund campaign is led by The Big Give – the UK’s leading platform for match funding – and supported by Rosa Fund, who are women and girls grantmaking specialists. I.G. Advisors, experts in social and environmental change, will also be supporting organisations that take part. 

Participating charities will access:

Counselling Services Manager (2 posts)-Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

Published date: 
Wednesday, 5th January 2022
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To be responsible for overseeing the operational aspects of the Therapeutic Services department across the TOG Mind footprint. This includes overseeing services at an operational level, working alongside partner agencies, other Project Managers and the Adult Services Senior Manager/Director. Assisting with the continuing development and implementation of therapeutic services, recruitment and management of a team of counsellors and volunteers. This post will work across the TOG Mind area as required.

Therapeutic Services Manager-Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

Published date: 
Wednesday, 5th January 2022
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TOG Mind are looking to recruit a Therapeutic Services Manager to manage Practitioners and Trainees within their busy Adults and Communities Directorate.

The Adults and Communities Team provide a range of therapeutic and early intervention mental health services within the community. It aims to provide the best quality mental health services in prevention, early intervention and primary care; alongside empowering individuals and our communities to live well.

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 36 hours

Salary: £27,349.92

Location: Oldham and Tameside

Dementia Carers Bounce Back Fund

Aims/priorities: Dementia United want to help grass roots dementia carers organisations to help carers get back on their feet after this difficult time with the Dementia Carers Groups Bounce Back Fund. 

Who can apply? Applications are open to groups working with carers of people affected by mild cognitive impairment and dementia including charities/Community Interest Companies / Community Interest Organisations.  Joint applications from groups with a host organisation that can hold funds for them are also welcome.

Artemis Charitable Foundation

Aims/priorities: This fund aims to support UK-registered charities in the UK and internationally in the areas of health, poverty, education, and the environment.

Who can apply? UK-registered charities operating both in the UK and internationally can apply. Priority will be given to small-and-medium-sized charities with an income of less than £2 million per annum. 

Grant amount: Grants tend to be in the range of £1,000 to £10,000.

Armed Forces Covenant Trust - Afghanistan Veterans' Fund

Aims/priorities: The funding is intended for UK charities for projects that improve wellbeing, resilience and promote good mental health for veterans who have served in Afghanistan and other recent conflicts and the wider veterans community.

Who can apply? 

To apply under Strands 1-3, applicants must be a registered charity that specifically supports Armed Forces communities, that has been registered for at least three years.

To apply under Strand 4, applications are accepted from:

Dying Matters Community Grants Programme

Aims/priorities: The funding is intended for community arts and culture groups with community-led arts and culture projects, with a focus on equality and inclusion, and which approach the subject of dying in an innovative or creative way.

Who can apply? Applications are accepted from community arts and culture groups. Applicants must be a registered charity, a charitable incorporated organisation (CIO) or a community interest company (CIC).

Grant amount: Two types of grants are available:

Wallace and Gromit Children's Charity

Aims/priorities: this fund aims to enrich and improve the quality of life of sick children in hospitals and hospices in any area of the UK. Funding is intended to help provide a wide range of support to patients, families, and staff, including the provision of medical and sensory equipment, free family accommodation, arts and play activities, music therapy sessions, and respite care.

Who can apply? Registered charities, hospitals and hospices can apply.