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Health for Teens

Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust’s Children and Families services (MPFT) have launched a localised page on the ground-breaking Health for Teens website -  www.healthforteens.co.uk

This unique website is the first NHS website that has been created by and for young people, complementing and raising the accessibility of School Nurses and featuring facts, quizzes and articles focussing on providing physical and mental health and wellbeing advice.

Fat Beehive Foundation funding

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis​


The Fat Beehive Foundation was established by Fat Beehive Ltd, a digital agency specialising in web design, branding and related digital products for organisations committed to social good.

The maximum value of £2500 funding is intended to help smaller charities build their online presence.

The funding is to be used to build websites or digital products.

Priority projects for support include those in the following areas:

ChurchCare - Grants for Stained Glass

Closing date: 9 August 2021


Funding is provided by ChurchCare which is the Church of England's national resource to support parish churches and cathedrals to care for their buildings.

Anglican churches in England can apply for funding for the conservation of stained glass and historical plain glazing.

The maximim of a £10,000 grant are offered in partnership with the Pilgrim Trust and the Radcliffe Trust.

The application deadline is in August each year. The next deadline is 9 August 2021 for a decision in October 2021.

Art Fund Respond and Reimagine Grants

Closing date: 12 October 2020


The Respond and Reimagine Grants are provided and administered by The Art Fund, an independent fundraising charity.

The funding is intended to help museums, galleries and cultural organisations respond to immediate challenges connected to the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis, and offer support to adapt and reimagine ways of working for the longer-term future.

Supportive Communities Training Session 3: Assistive Technology & Digital Skills

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

Supportive Communities Training Session 2: Communication & Safeguarding

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

Supportive Communities Training Session 1: Signposting and Resources

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.

Supportive Communities Training Session 3: Assistive Technology & Digital Skills

‘Supportive Communities’ is a programme of work that supports older people to stay healthy and independent for longer.  It's about:

Supporting people to stay connected with their local community.

Helping people to find different solutions, so they can stay in their own homes for longer. This could be a new piece of daily living equipment or technology that supports independence.

Encouraging people to look after their own health and wellbeing, so they can lead a healthy, happy and fulfilling life.