TCBC – Volunteer Mentors Wanted

7th October 2016 Kyle 0

Whatever your skills and experience, and however much time you can offer, we have a volunteering opportunity for you. You will receive support and training if you need it, and you will make a real difference to the lives of care leavers. We are looking for volunteers aged 18 plus who can spare some of their free time to mentor young people who are care leavers. We are looking for reliable, trustworthy, energetic and enthusiastic individuals who can help enable a young person to reach their potential.  This could include but is not exhaustive to; educational outcomes, employment opportunities, independent living skills, health and wellbeing support etc etc. Benefits to you Enhanced psychological and behavioural well-being Enjoyable experiences with mentees Learning a new skill Ongoing […]

#ifyougoigo – helping Torfaen women be more active more often

4th October 2016 Kyle 0

Torfaen’s Sports Development have just launched a new campaign to encourage more women to be more active more often. Over the next few months we’ll update you on activities that women can get involved in including a pilot programme to take inactive women on a journey to being more active. In the meantime can you like or follow the social media sites and take a look at the inspiring video linked below!

Nuffield Foundation’s Children and Families Grant Programme – October Deadline Reminder

13th September 2016 Kyle 0

Through its Children and Families programme, Nuffield Foundation funds research and innovation projects relating to child welfare and development, and child protection. The Nuffield Foundation’s Children and Families programme funds projects to help ensure that social policy and the institutions governing family life in the UK are best adapted to meet the needs of children and families. The Foundation is currently accepting outline applications until 1 October 2016. Charitable or non-profit making (including research institutes and universities) based in the UK can apply for grants to support research in the following areas: Child Welfare and Development Exploration of the factors affecting children’s welfare and cognitive and social development, and the institutional responses that may be appropriate. Child development beyond the early years through to adolescence, […]

Heritage Lottery Fund Workshops for New Grants Programme

13th September 2016 Kyle 0

The Heritage Lottery Fund is providing pre-application information workshops across the UK in preparation for the launch of its new £10 million Kick the Dust grants programme on 23 September. In two weeks, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) will open its new Kick the Dust grants programme which is intended to support ambitious youth-focused projects that transform how heritage organisations engage with young people (aged 11 to 25 years). Grants of between £500,000 and £1 million for projects that take between three to five years to complete will be available to consortia of three or more organisations, including heritage and youth organisations. The funding is intended to: Make heritage relevant to more and a greater diversity of young people, building on their needs and interests. […]

Alzheimer’s Society @ St Fagans Fun Day

12th September 2016 Kyle 0

COME AND JOIN ALZHEIMER’S SOCIETY  AT ST FAGANS TUESDAY 27TH SEPTEMBER 10am – 4pm The Alzheimer’s Society and St Fagans would like to invite you and your family to join us for a fun day out at St Fagans! Activities: Crafts – Blacksmith, Clog Maker, Flour Maker, Woollen Mill Outdoor games Reminiscence, Memory Boxes, Pottery Tea Dance Further details please contact Alzheimer’s Society: 02920 434 960 ENTRY AND PARKING IS FREE  St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff CF5 6XB

Esmee Fairbairn Foundation – Main Grants

10th August 2016 Kyle 0

The Foundation aims to improve the quality of life for people throughout the UK by supporting work that focuses on the arts, children and young people, the environment, food and social change. Maximum value: £ 500,000 Objectives of Fund The Foundation aims to improve the quality of life throughout the UK and takes pride in supporting work that might otherwise be considered difficult to fund. The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation has launched a new funding strategy, which provides much more definition about what the Foundation will fund and details of its plans to introduce a single funding platform and develop an impact and effectiveness framework. Value Notes Applicants should apply for the amount that they need. The Foundation does not set limits and makes grants across […]

HLF – Resilient Heritage Programme Opens to Applications throughout UK

4th August 2016 Kyle 0

A new £8 million annual investment programme to support organisations in the UK to manage their heritage better has been launched by the Heritage Lottery Fund. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has opened new £8 million annual investment programme, Resilient Heritage, to support UK based organisations to build their capacity or achieve strategic change in order to improve the management of heritage in the long term. Not for profit organisations and partnerships led by not for profit organisations are invited to apply for grants of between £3,000 and £250,000. As Resilient Heritage is a flexible programme it has the ability to support a wide range of activities. Examples of what can be funded include, but are not limited to, the following: Activities to support a […]

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Places of Worship Security Funding Scheme Opens to Applications in England and Wales

4th August 2016 Kyle 0

A new grant scheme from the Home Office has been launched for places of worship to help them install additional security measures. The Home Office has established the Places of Worship Security Funding Scheme to tackle the rising number of hate crimes against religious buildings. £2.4 million of funding has been made available to achieve the following aims: • Provide security hardening measures for places of worship that have been subject to – or are deemed to be vulnerable to – criminal damage and extreme physical attacks. • Identify places of worship at greatest risk of criminal damage and that would potentially benefit from the implementation of security hardening measures. • Provide a level of reassurance to places of worship. • Mitigate the impact of […]

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