Round two funding for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community groups and organisations
This fund is for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community groups and organisations, working to deliver COVID-19 services in England.
This grants programme is designed to help tackle the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on BAME communities.
The grants programme has three sections:
- Delivering COVID-19 services. Groups can apply for help with current costs, if their funding has been affected by the pandemic.
- Delivering mental health and well-being services, particularly to those who have been further impacted by COVID-19
- Delivering sports activities to tackle BAME inequalities and help with the impact of COVID 19 including well-being initiatives
This programme is open to all BAME led community groups and organisations, working primarily with BAME communities. In this context, BAME includes white minority communities other than white British e.g. Polish, Lithuanian etc., as well as communities that are Black, Asian, Chinese, African and Middle Eastern etc. Eligible groups must be not-for-profit, or with a clearly ethical main purpose.
Grants available of £5,000 – £10,000 for running costs and small capital costs, and support for services such as foodbanks, domestic abuse and violence groups, tackling homelessness, and providing access to technology.
Deadline Friday 3 December 5pm
Apply here: https://voice4change-england.com/?mc_cid=74de3e3f4d&mc_eid=bca8a586c5
In this period of uncertainty, there are more questions than answers about future income generation for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector. To address this, Integrate is providing ongoing 1:1 income generation surgeries to offer an opportunity to work through funding applications as well as your organisation’s immediate, short/medium term and indeed long term income generation strategy.
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Candice James, Manager Loughborough Community Centre
Very good answers to the questions we have on funding applications for our small and locally based charity
Mulat Haregot, Trustee Community of Tigrayan in the UK
To book a surgery, please visit https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/11-income-generation-surgery-tickets-100516557730 . We are happy to do phone calls, Skype, Zoom, etc as best suits.
To apply to the Fund please click apply now below.