Merseyside Police, St Helens Council, Torus and Saints Community Development Foundation are facilitating a community event for the residents of Parr, called ‘Parr-ticipate,’ that will take place at the Totally Wicked Stadium, 18:30-21:30hrs, on Wednesday 8th December 2021. As a result of further funding, a total of £30,000 has now been made available for community groups in the Parr area and this event will give the residents of Parr an opportunity to decide how it should be spent and which groups should be successful in the process.
The Coalfields Food Insecurity Response Fund Phase 2 is now open for new applications.
Priority will be given to organisations that are supporting the most vulnerable with Grants up to £2,500 available.
Examples of the type of services they would like to support are as follows (please note this list is not exhaustive):
Food parcels schemes
Meal preparation services (such as packed lunches, meals on wheels, soup kitchens etc.)
On 1 September, The National Lottery Community Fund will open a new funding programme called Together for Our Planet. Later this year, the UK will host the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26). Building on interest and excitement for this international conference, this funding programme will help nurture and develop local ideas through this funding and support a legacy of ongoing climate action projects in hundreds of communities across the UK.
Free funding webinar: unrestricted funding for voluntary organisations & groups
Association of Mental Health Providers is pleased to announce the launch of the second round of a small grants fund on Monday 26 July. This fund will be used to provide grants of up to £5,000 to support the sustainability of mental health voluntary, community and social enterprise provider organisations, with a turnover of £0-250k.
2022 GSK IMPACT Awards & new GSK Grow Programme – core funding and training for health charities
The ESF Community Grants Focused Futures round seeks applications from a wide range of voluntary organisations who are ready to reach out by using approaches which tackle the new and emerging barriers arising from the impact of COVID 19, working both remotely and within social distancing requirements, once restrictions are eased.
Small grants of up to £20,000 are available across the Liverpool City Region to eligible organisations in the VCSE sector.
PH Holt £250,000 Resilience Fund now open
PH Holt Foundation has opened a new £250,000 Resilience Fund specifically for Merseyside charities aiming to address the negative impact of the Covid-19 pandemic upon vulnerable or disadvantaged communities across the region.
The Resilience Fund seeks to support activities that enable people to access opportunities which improve their well-being and connectivity. Charities should already be working with people in one of the following priority areas :