Friday, 18 December 2015
Thursday, 17 December 2015
Luv Preston have just launched Preston RePaint, a paint recycling project.
We have hundreds of cans of (often unopened) quality surplus paint available for the small charge of £2 per litre. Top end brands and all different types and colours.
Come and see what we have available at Healthy Planet (opposite Debenhams), Fishergate Shopping centre, Preston.
Or contact Pete on 01772 298107 to find out more.
Further info can be found at: http://www.luvpreston.com/repaint.html
Tuesday, 15 December 2015
This report was published on Thursday 10 December 2015 by a cross-party group of Members of Parliament and Peers who serve as officers on the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Hunger. The document can be accessed online at www.feedingbritain.com. Or you can download it from here
Should you have any enquiries regarding this report, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, 14 December 2015
Friday, 11 December 2015
Thursday, 10 December 2015
Wednesday, 9 December 2015
Monday, 7 December 2015
We are pleased to announce that new funding rounds will be opening in the New Year. Some Funds are currently open to applications. Please see the leaflets below for details.
WO Street Foundation reopens 11 December 2015
The Community Foundations for Lancashire and Merseyside and the WO Street Foundation are pleased to announce their second round of funding and are looking to support projects that are transformational and innovative in the regions that were once the old county of Lancashire. The aims of the WO Street Transformation Fund are to transform activities, enhance capacities and develop communities' in line with the wishes of Mr. Street who was the founder of the WO Street Foundation. It aims to encourage the community to take a proactive approach to empower themselves and others to achieve social growth and make a difference. Groups based and operating in the old county of Lancashire can apply for funds of up to £10,000. The panel are keen to support pilot projects, mergers and collaborations to support the development and capacity of Lancashire's voluntary sector.
Lancashire's PCC offers new grants for crime fighting schemes 18 December 2015
Clive Grunshaw is making grants of between £5,000 and £100k available to help organisations establish new initiatives that will help to make Lancashire safe through: supporting frontline policing; protecting vulnerable people; tackling crime and re-offending or championing victims' rights. Grant applications must be between £5,000 to a maximum of £100k and be supported by a business case and meet the funding criteria.
Cash for Kids Lancashire - no deadline
Grants are available to registered charities based in the Rock FM and Magic 999 broadcast area in Lancashire for projects that aim to help children and young people (aged 18 years and younger) who are sick, disabled or disadvantaged. No minimum or maximum level of grant is specified. Registered charities based in the Rock FM / Magic 999 broadcast area in Lancashire can apply. (A map of eligible areas can be found in the application form.) Applications made on the behalf of individual children who live in the Rock FM / Magic 999 broadcast area must be supported by a registered charity who will agree to accept a cheque on behalf of the individual.