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Oakland Foundation

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to support projects targeted at children under the age of 16 years and their families who live in England and Wales focusing on the themes of education, health and nutrition, and sport. Grants can support projects and activities focused on:

Concertina Charitable Trust

Aims/priorities: Funding is intended to provide musical entertainment and related activities for the elderly to provide therapeutic benefit for their health and wellbeing. The Trust awards grants to charitable bodies which provide cultural activities and related facilities for the elderly, in order to improve the quality of life of elderly people.

Pilgrim Trust - Young Women's Mental Health Grant

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for projects to improve the mental health of young women aged 16 to 25 years old in Northern Ireland or the North East and North West of England. 

For the 2022 round, only young women and girls living in Northern Ireland or the North East or North West of England will receive support. National charities may apply but the funded activity must only support those from these areas.

Priority will be given to partnership applications.

Cobb Charity

Aims/priorities: The Cobb Charity offers grants to small "up and coming" charities working throughout the UK. The funding is for educational projects that encourage the awareness and application of environmental care and sustainability. The funding is for educational projects that encourage the awareness and application of environmental care and sustainability. Costs should be associated with activities that will raise awareness of environmental care and sustainability.

Skipton Building Society Charitable Foundation

Aims/priorities: The Skipton Building Society Charitable Foundation offers grants to UK registered charities based and working in the UK, particularly those who are in areas near the Society's Principal Office or one of its branches.

The funding is intended to support registered charities undertaking charitable projects which benefit children through education and/or welfare, youth schemes and projects, or the elderly and their care.

Charities should address the following objectives:

Happy Days Children's Charity

Aims/priorities: The Happy Days Charity is a national children's charity dedicated to providing holidays, days out, and theatre trips for disadvantaged young people with special needs. The Charity supports families with children aged 3-17 who have learning difficulties, physical or mental disabilities, acute, chronic or life limiting illnesses, been abused or neglected, witnessed domestic violence, been bereaved or act as carers for a parent or a sibling. 

Group Day Trips and Visiting Theatre

Salford Carers Team Administrator-Gaddum

Published date: 
Monday, 4th July 2022
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To provide logistical and administration support to ensure the smooth and efficient running of Salford Carers Service and Shine Young Carers Project–both teams work as one large team to provide quality support to unpaid Carers.

To provide effective administrative support to the Salford Carers Service (including Shine) team to ensure efficient service delivery; to support the team to organise events and activities to raise the profile and support carers of all ages in Salford (Shine Young Carers Project works also in Manchester).

Contract: Permanent

Hours: 35 Hours

Paul Hamlyn Foundation - Arts Access and Participation Fund

Aims/priorities: The Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s (PHF's) mission is to "to be an effective and independent funder, using its resources to create opportunities and support social change". he aim of the Access and Participation Fund is to support change in the way the arts are created, presented, accessed and experienced so that a wider and more diverse group of people have access to quality artistic practice, both as audiences and participants. 

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