Funding & Fundraising
10 – 11.30 am Saturday 30th June 2018
St John’s Parish Room (Rolleston Road)
£3.00 (includes the refreshments and entry to draw for small gift) proceeds go towards Red Lion House Charity development funds
Red Lion House will be a COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR HORNINGLOW with lots of exciting possibilities. This is an opportunity to find out more – bring friends ...
Please come and support this community project!
Let the Red Lion roar!
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the 5.5 million people living in Britain’s former mining communities. Many of these communities still require support due to the huge impact the closure of the mines had upon them.
Good News for people of the Staffordshire Moorlands. This week Staffs Moorlands became the latest council to allow more people to access funding towards heating and insulation measures, through its statement of intent. This means that low income households, and not onlt those only means tested benefits may be eligable for support. https://www.staffsmoorlands.gov.uk/media/3193/Energy-Company-Obligation-....
The Staffordshire Community Learning Trust Responsiveness Fund (CLTRF) offers local grants for the delivery of adult learning programmes which address the identified needs of local communities. The CLTRF is funded by the Education and Skills Funding Agency.
The funding is for the delivery of education and training for adults returning to learning (aged 19+ as of 1st August 2018).
Who is this for:
Those who are new to bid writing and want in depth knowledge and skills. Those who have some bid writing experience but wish to refresh their knowledge or further refine their skills.
In a world of funding cuts, effective bid writing is increasingly important for organisations to be successful. This course will give you some practical techniques and guidelines to enable you to make the most of funding opportunities.
Who should attend:
This session is aimed at both those new to the world of funding and those who simply need a refresher.
As the voluntary sector continues to face the hardship of funding cuts it is becoming increasingly necessary for community groups and organisations to generate and manage income from multiple sources. This introductory session will provide guidance to identify ways to maximise opportunities to generate additional income for organisations.
Michelle Cliff, Locality Officer for Cannock Chase recently collected a cheque for £200 for the Cannock Chase volunteer centre service through the ASDA community programme.
The ASDA programme benefits local groups, schools and good causes through green token votes given to shoppers in ASDA stores. ASDA selects three local causes on a quarterly basis with the winner getting the most tokens receiving £500 and the others £200 each.
Michelle Cliff says, “I would encourage any organisation to contact the Community Champion in a local ASDA store and find out how to apply.”
Organisations from across Staffordshire are being invited to apply for funding to help support their local communities.
A new round of the £10m annual fund available through the Ministry of Defence’s Armed Forces Covenant Fund is now open until the end of 2018. This funding offers financial support to organisations and projects to help bring together Armed Forces and civilian communities and deliver local services to the Armed Forces Community.
As part of the Kidsgrove Loan Sharks project, funded by the Illegal Money Lending Team, Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council has some activities taking place during the week commencing Monday 21st May 2018, including:-