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Monthly Archives: April 2019

Funding insight update 30.04.19

Published on Tuesday 30 April 2019 at 10:09 am

This week’s funding insight features: The Health Foundation’s Insight Research programme, grants for sport and mental health projects, funding to help community businesses become sustainable, funding for LGBT+ voluntary and community groups, ChurchCare - grants for fabric repairs, funding for capital projects in Secondary Schools and Sixth Form Colleges, Arts Council England Elevate Programme, funding for music making activities and grants for the conservation of wildlife and the environment.

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Funding insight update 25.04.19

Published on Thursday 25 April 2019 at 1:55 pm

This week’s funding insight features: Capital grants for arts and cultural organisations, funding for community sports facilities, funding for community sports facilities, funding to make community spaces more sustainable, funding to support education in disadvantaged areas, equipment grants for disabled and disadvantaged young people, funding to develop an effective web presence, funding available to tackle problems within families and support for homeless charities and hospices.

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Moonira’s MasterChef mission to cut food waste

Published on Thursday 18 April 2019 at 12:50 pm

How many times have you thrown ‘perfectly good’ food in the bin?

That chicken you just didn’t get around to cooking, the veg that has clearly seen better days and there’s always the odd banana that just didn’t make it into a lunchbox.

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Funding insight update 17.04.19

Published on Wednesday 17 April 2019 at 9:26 am

This week’s funding newsletter features: Funding to develop the use of data from clinical audits to improve health care, fund to support Young Peoples TV Programming, funding for Business and Academic Partnerships, funding for Urban Parks and Green Spaces, grants to improve Village Halls, funding for projects that improve life chances of disadvantage children, funding for innovative projects that engage the public with Dementia and Women Make Music Grants programme.

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