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Nottingham Women's Centre
Tuesday 26 January 2021
Nottingham Women's Centre is offering small grants of up to £100 to non-profit women's or LGBT+ organisations in Nottingham who are planning to hold a virtual event or activity to mark LGBT+ History Month (February) or International Women's Day 2021 (8 March). The grant can be spent on costs associated with your activity, for example, Zoom subscription, postage costs to send out activity or craft... Read More
Tuesday 26 January 2021
Is your charity, social organisation or Small to Medium-Sized Enterprise (SME) interested in hosting two fully funded University of Nottingham students as remote interns between March and April (2021)? During the University's Easter holiday, you could host two remote interns for 10 days, spread out over the three-week break. The students can support your organisation by completing a short project... Read More
Run, Roll or Ramble for Recovery
Monday 25 January 2021
Nottingham-based drug and alcohol recovery charity Double Impact is launching a virtual fundraising campaign encouraging people to ‘Run, Roll, or Ramble for Recovery’ throughout February (2021). Traditionally, the charity has raised funds through individual fundraisers, completing sporting events and challenges such as the Robin Hood Marathon or the Three Peaks Challenge. This year, however, the... Read More
Groundwork Greater Nottingham launches Green Doctor service
Monday 25 January 2021
Groundwork Greater Nottingham is taking referrals for its new Green Doctor service. The service is open to Nottingham residents in the following wards, Aspley, Leen Valley and Bilborough. The service is also being offered to residents in the Ashfield District Council area. The Green Doctor can help with any of the following: Identifying causes of heat loss in the home Helping identify and tackle... Read More
Monday 25 January 2021
Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Integrated Care System (ICS) wants to bring together patients, carers, the voluntary sector, and its workforce from both health and social care to look at working together and designing services for the future that will help patients to recover better after being in hospital. This ICS consultation has been launched following the release of new national guidance... Read More
Ingenuity Programme 2021
Monday 25 January 2021
The Ingenuity Programme at the University of Nottingham is looking to recruit local residents, from a diverse range of backgrounds, to join its spring 2021 cohort and explore solutions to some of the biggest social issues facing the UK. The programme is particularly interested in recruiting Nottingham City residents from low-income households or with lived experience of issues such as poverty,... Read More
Friday 22 January 2021
Consultancy support is available for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) led and specialist organisations working with, or interested in working with, people in contact with the criminal justice system and their families. Eligible organisations can access up to five days of support which will be tailored to their organisational and strategic needs such as fundraising strategy, partnership... Read More
Wednesday 20 January 2021
A national peer-to-peer networking programme designed to bring together Small to Medium Enterprise (SME) Leaders, is looking for participants in the health and social care sector in the East Midlands. Peer Networks is open to any small to medium-sized business in England that is interested in growing and developing their organisation for future success. The programme is funded by the Government... Read More
Tuesday 12 January 2021
A new intergenerational learning project to combat social isolation is being piloted in Nottinghamshire. The Inter-Generational Unity Project, run by Nottingham-based not-for-profit Infused Learning, is designed to reduce loneliness among pensioners living in care homes during the coronavirus pandemic by getting them involved in online activities with young people. The project has been made... Read More
Nottingham Safeguarding Trainers Paul Langley & Celina Adams
Tuesday 12 January 2021
Safeguarding and protecting people from harm goes beyond simply implementing policies and processes. Safeguarding responsibilities should be a governance priority for all charities, groups and organisations. This includes people who benefit from your charity’s work, staff, volunteers, and any other people who may come into contact with your charity. Up to date safeguarding training is also often... Read More

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