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Meet the Funder

Tom Bell, Grants Manager – portfolio areas: Children and young people, criminal justice (young people and men). Tom will give an overview of the Henry Smith Charity as a funder, providing an opportunity to learn about their main grants programmes – Improving Lives and Strengthening

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Residential Breaks for Disadvantaged Young People (England & Wales)

Schools and community groups looking to offer breaks for disadvantaged young people and families can apply for support for a residential stay in England and Wales. The funding, which is made available through the Youth Hostel Association’s Breaks Programme, can be used towards payment for

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Funding to Improve Sports Facilities (Wales)

Sport Wales, in partnership with Crowdfunder, is making funding available to sports clubs and community organisations looking to improve sports facilities for the benefit of the community. A Place for Sport is a pilot crowdfunding initiative that can match fund successful Crowdfunder campaigns by up

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Funding to Support Disadvantaged & Disabled People (UK)

Charities working to improve the lives of socially disadvantaged and disabled individuals of all ages across the UK are invited to apply for funding from the Anton Jurgens Charitable Trust. To be eligible, charities must be registered in the UK and have an annual income

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Funding for Rural Community and Education Projects (UK)

Grants between £1,000 and £50,000 are available through the NFU Mutual Charitable Trust for initiatives supporting charities in the UK working in agriculture and rural development. The Trustees are particularly interested in initiatives that: Advance the education of the public by means of research and

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Youth Led Grants 2022 – 2023

What would you do with £1,000? The Youth-Led Grants aim to support small volunteering projects and activities, led, and carried out by young people. This year’s grants are based on the seven Wellbeing of Future Generations (Wales) act 2015. You could be awarded up to

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VOLUNTEER Shopmobility Assistant

Employer: AVOW Region: Wrexham Minimum Age: 16 years of age Welsh Language Requirements: Desirable Vacancy Description The Shopmoblity Assistant will help with the day-to-day tasks of running Shopmobility, based in Wrexham Bus Station. Duties: To greet customers and establish what they require. To provide equipment

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VOLUNTEER Young Influencers Chair

Title: Chair Duration: 1 year fixed Location: Ty Avow, 21 Egerton Street, Wrexham, LL11 1ND – with potential travel across Wrexham County Borough Responsible to: Katherine Prince, Finance & Voluntary and Community Team Manager, the Association of Voluntary Organisations in Wrexham (AVOW) Role Description The

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