Established to celebrate and support ambitious charities working in the fields of Youth, Welfare and Community, we are calling for charity leaders in Yorkshire and the Humber who would benefit from mentoring and coaching support to steer their organisation to the next stage in its development.
The Rank and Esmee Fairbairn ‘Hull Community Development Programme’ has finished, however both organisation wanted to continue to support the impact that the small grants programme had achieved.
Therefore Activity Grants which is the provision of £25,000 per year (max limit of £500/application/year) is guaranteed for the next 3 years. The intention is for grassroots community groups to access grant funding through a simple process to support community activity across Hull.
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust is hosting a mental health fair as part of the first day of MP Emma Hardy’s Big Conversation Events. The fair will take place on Thursday 19 September at the Lonsdale Community Centre and will feature mental health teams from the Trust. The fair will provide visitors with the opportunity to speak with these services and learn more about the care and assistance that they offer.
The Police and other Community Safety Partners work hard to keep you safe and deal with neighbourhood issues. In order to do this they need to know what issues are taking place in communities and this comes from you and your neighbours.