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Without your urgent help, young women will face financial crisis over the next few weeks - despite the relief being offered by the government.
Young women in our communities are more likely to be unemployed or on zero hours contracts. Too many already struggle to make ends meet at the end of each month. For them, this crisis will mean real hardship.
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Activate Collective has announced that applications are now open for women activists standing for election in May 2020 who would like financial support.
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Grants of up to £10,000 are available to not-for-profit organisations, schools, voluntary or community clubs, registered charities or community interest companies for projects that get girls and women active.
This fund aims to support women aged 16+ to get active by offering National Lottery grants to local projects that will contribute to overcoming the barriers some women face in getting active: from a lack of opportunities offered in their local area, to cost and availability of childcare.
The Curtin PARP (Passionate About Realising your Potential) Fund at the Community Foundation was established with a generous gift of nearly £865,000 by Professor Nicola Curtin and aims to help individuals realise their potential in life.
On 16 October 2019 the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government’s has announced an additional £15 million for domestic abuse services in 2020/1. Councils will be invited to bid...
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There's still time to get your application in for our Enable funding programme. If you’re interested in putting your charity in a stronger position to deliver services and attrac
If a woman you know is going through a tough time with abuse and insecure immigration status, she can access help through the Southall Black Sisters No Recourse Fund via the link.
The Tech vs Abuse fund is investing £600,000 into grants to encourage creative digital solutions to improve the safety of people affected by abuse and improve service delivery.
Crowdfunder is looking to award £2,000 to 12 women to get their new business ideas off the ground, as part of Back Her Business.
"Through Back Her Business we’re helping women throughout the UK who are thinking of starting a business, and we’re looking for exciting business ideas to support.