Tagged with Communities

Funding: Wiltshire Community Area and Youth Grants

Community area grants offer up to £5,000 of capital funding for local community projects. Applicants are encouraged to discuss their project with their local Community Engagement Manager before making an application. More details by scrolling down the website page here. The community area boards also have funding allocated to provide activities for young people aged 13-19 … Continue reading

Funding: The John Lewis Foundation

The John Lewis Foundation provides grants to charitable organisations of around £10,000 and only offers support for programmes and projects that occur within, and benefit communities that support, the John Lewis + Partners business. More information on the Foundation’s website.

Resource: MARCH Network’s Research Corner

The MARCH research corner this month includes the following articles on Shared reading programs foster positive identities and self-worth amongst mothers who are separated from their children while in prison Knitting as part of a guild promotes happiness, skills development, social connections and sustains identity Group singing significantly improves symptoms in mothers with moderate – … Continue reading

Opportunity: Callout for Digital Creatives passionate about Inclusion, Create Studios

Opportunity: Callout for Digital Creatives passionate about Inclusion, Create Studios

Are you passionate about outreach and education using digital media? Create Studios is a new Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation and is celebrating its 35th anniversary of award-winning outreach and talent development for diverse digital creatives. This talent development grows from a committed and consistent outreach programme fulfilling our mission to use digital arts as … Continue reading

Training: Interactive Music-Making Learning Programmes

It is a unique learning programme comprising twelve weekly afternoon seminars, supported by a practical assignment.  It is primarily aimed at those working with infants under the age of 5 years, including early years’ practitioners across all community sectors, as well as parents and carers, and musicians and music students who wish to apply their … Continue reading