The current Strategy for All-Age Disabled People in Staffordshire comes to an end in March 2018. People fed back that they wanted to know when things would happen, so the new strategy will be accompanied by clear, costed delivery plans which will make clear when things will happen, and ensure that the plans are both unambiguous and financially viable.
Funding is available to health and social care provider organisations in the UK to help improve health care delivery and/or the way people manage their own health care.
The Scaling Up Improvement programme is looking to support a diverse range of up to seven projects, which address an identified problem or potential problem in health, or in health and social care.
Small capital grants are available to theatres in the UK that are run by charities and not-for-profit groups that can clearly demonstrate the value capital improvements to their theatres would make to their work with local communities.
Grants of up to £5,000 per organisation per year are available.
Applications towards specific items within capital projects or capital projects under £250,000 will be prioritised.
This scheme is currently open to applications with a deadline of 16 May 2017
Grants are available for organisations based and working in the UK for projects that can show effective ways to build relationships with ‘reluctant’ young people in their own community and demonstrate how they will engage those young people in creative, innovative and meaningful social action.
Grants of between £20,000 and £50,000 per year for up to three years (with a maximum of £150,000 in total) are available.
As Comic Relief expects to see a range of applicant sizes, groups are strongly encouraged to apply for funding proportionate to their size and structure.
Grants are available to not-for-profit organisations in the UK for practical projects that tackle critical challenges in health and social care, make a direct impact on people's health and wellbeing and address the Foundation's theme for that year.
The majority of grants are for £20,000 or less. A small number of grants may be awarded within the £20,000 to £50,000 range, and occasionally grants of more than £50,000 are awarded.
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In the next few weeks we will know the outcome of local elections which will set the direction of local government at a county level for the next 4 years. In combination with a majority central government the policies and investments up to at least 2020 will soon be known and it will be a critical time. A combination of Brexit-related economic change and an as yet unresolved crunch time for publicly funded Health and Care services, will mean the next few years are very likely to see significant change in our local economies and wider lives.
Birmingham agency IE Digital rolls out new website for Baron Davenport’s Charity
Baron Davenport’s Charity has unveiled a new look on its website this week with the help of IE, a leading Brand and Digital experience agency.
Grants are available to charitable organisations in England and Wales to improve the quality of life of elderly members of society, through cultural activities and related facilities.
Maximum value: £250
Annual deadlines: 30 April and 31 October.
The Trust is particularly keen to act as a catalyst via matched funding.
Interested applicants must submit a proposal by post and include a copy of their organisation's latest accounts.
The Trust is to be contacted only by post. It has requested that no contact be made by either email or telephone
Grants are available to help organisations and individuals in the UK to host an Armed Forces Day event on or in the weeks around 24 June 2017.
A maximum grant of £10,000 is available per application, provided that MOD funding accounts for no more than 50% of the total cost.
In the past grants have ranged from a few hundred pounds for a street party to thousands of pounds for larger events.
The deadline has been extended from 2 April to 30 April 2017