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Civil Society Consulting CIC 20h
We have just launched our new flagship programme, Steps to Sustainability. We'll be helping 60 BAME-led VCSE orgs in hard-hit areas to: 🧑‍🤝‍🧑 support their communities 👥 build capacity 💪 increase resilience Read more!
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UB Forever Wellness Oct 21
UB Forever Wellness CiC would like to thank National Lottery for providing funds for us to deliver services and support the local community. This came from the Government’s £750m support package for charities!
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MTGS 14h
A busy day at the Bognor Makerspace. Charlie from ⁦⁩ kindly clearing old pallets from the rear yard.
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Big Condo Academy CIC Oct 21
Was great today doing our bee 🐝 positive fashion work shop, we are doing a mental health project but using fashion to combat the stigma, first one was a zoom ,funded by the national lottery community fund as part of the government’s package 📦 🙏
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Hydrate for Health Oct 21
Some great news to share... The Hydration Foundation has been awarded a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund to keep elderly people and those with reduced mobility hydrated and independent
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MTGS 13h
And the sink is now installed with running water!
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Future Youth Zone Oct 20
💥EXCITING ANNOUCEMENT💥 We have an amazing opportunity coming up! Future is opening a mini Youth Zone in Thames View - Sue Bramley Centre on the 20th November. Want to get involved? Let us know, comment below ⬇️ DM or email enquiries@futureyouthzone.org
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TheSunnysideClub 11h
Emma Parkinson Community Champion at was at hand allowing the group to purchase vouchers via gift cards for refugees and asylum seekers and those who are destitute. These will be distributed those who need aid over the lockdown period.
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Warrington Disability Partnership Oct 21
Another big thank you to & Funding from the Coronavirus Community Fund, distributed by has helped us contribute towards loss of funding, allowing us to run DAD Virtual. Thanks to the Government for making this possible.
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Josephine Mudzingw S Masters in lnternational Dev 24h
Thursday 16/10 was another day volunteering with Culture and Diversity Northtyneside delivering food items to families in Northtyneside African delicacy thanks to we were amazed by the response we got it was smashing.
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Mental Health UK 21h
As part of the Government’s £750m support package for charities, we’ve been able to develop our Mental Health and Money Advice service to help more people across the UK experiencing both mental health and money problems.
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MTGS 14h
And Russell sorting out the gate!
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Teesside Print Prize Oct 19
free embroidery packs for people in Teesside. Creative ways to brighten days. Collect from 2B or workingitout or message me for your pack. Supported by Some Fin & sent back already
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Clair Martin Oct 21
Great to be working with our Chinese community to teach digital skills which reduce social isolation, and help build connections. Together we’ll transform peoples stories into digital trails for all to enjoy!
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Unity Does MAATer Oct 21
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Families of deaf children Essex 11h
With Funding from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by The National Lottery Community Fund, We are happy to supply visors to local shops, cafes and businesses in Essex .
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Sense Oct 19
With the help of a grant from the Government’s Loneliness Fund, we set up Sense Connect to offer online sessions and activities geared towards people with complex disabilities and communication needs. Find out more about :
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Northants Carers Oct 20
Thanks to and for helping us reach carers and people with dementia in creative and inclusive ways like never before. Including a Zoom musical extravaganza!
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Bradford Bereavement Support Oct 20
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Olive Pathway Oct 21
It is important to stress that Gender Based Violence (GBV) victims do nothing to cause the abuse they experience. An abuser will always abuse, and a victim cannot do anything to cause the abuse.
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