We are seeking to support organisations that are looking to use their website as a marketing platform in order to achieve their charitable objectives, whether they be raising funds, recruiting volunteers, carrying out online petitions or reaching beneficiaries. Therefore, we do not fund organisations who simply want a basic brochure-style website or who have no defined measures of success
Want to join a dynamic team? Why not become an event volunteer, you can be involved in the promotion of events right through to volunteering on the actual day of an event. Great experiences to be had whilst helping to raise awareness and valuable funds for the Hospice.
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From sports club showers to adventure playgrounds, from musical instruments to new kitchens, from books to village hall heating, the Rural Community Fund has helped hundreds of people living in rural communities across the UK.
And this year they have so more community projects competing for funding. Voting is open until 17th June so it’s your chance to support projects to get them through to the finals.
The Together We’re Better partnership is launching a 12-week public and workforce conversation across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent to listen and understand what is important to you about health and care locally, what works well and what you think should be improved.
As a partner in Together We’re Better, we are working alongside NHS organisations, local authorities, Healthwatch and voluntary and community sector groups to achieve a joint vision of ‘working with you to make Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent the healthiest places to live and work’.
The England Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) has funding available for groups that want to raise awareness of hte issues of illegal money lending. The money available has come from the proceeds of crime taken from convicted illegal money lenders.
The aim of the funding is to give groups the opportunity to raise awareness of the issue, in their community in a different way.
Useful link - www.stoploanssharks.co.uk or look at the attachments for further information
Funding that can make a real difference
Rethink Mental Illness provides community support services that offer people affected by severe mental illness the support they need to regain the confidence to engage in social and workplace activities.
Their Community Support service covers North Staffordshire (Staffordshire Moorlands and Newcastle under Lyme area) and offers a variety of ways of supporting people, from one-to-one support to group work. People can access the service either through self-referral or by being referred by a health care professional.
European Social Fund (ESF) Community Grants are financed through the European Union and are designed to develop the capacity of the community and to meet local needs. Part of this strategy is to help people increase their chances of finding work.
Applications are open to organisations based or working within the county of Staffordshire.
Grants of up to £20,000 are available.
Please click on the link below for further information
Closing date for nominations has been extended to 24th May 2019. Those who are shortlisted will be invited to the celebration event on Wednesday 10th July 2019 where winners will be announced and presented with their prize.
Do you know someone who makes a difference? Do you know someone who stands out and acts as an example to others?
Then nominate them for a Staffordshire Dignity in Care Award 2019.
CQC have recognised the Awards in some of their reports of Outstanding Staffordshire Care Providers.
Every day, thousands of people across the county provide unpaid care for someone who matters to them.
Staffordshire County Council and the NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups in Staffordshire have put together a draft strategy for carers, which sets out our priorities. We would like to hear from carers and professionals what they think of the proposed strategy, and if there is anything else we need to consider.
On May 1 2019 AEDdonate Charity in Stone, Staffordshire (https://aeddonate.org.uk) are launching an ambition campaign to install 1,000 Community Access Defibrillators across Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.
There will be five new Automated External Defibrillator (AED) sites launched on the 1st across the County at: