Funding Bulletin

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signposting to funding

October 2019 

Information for the bulletin is compiled from a number of sources including Grantfinder, and direct from funders themselves. It showcases just a few of the hundreds of funding opportunities available for local community, voluntary and faith organisations. 

Assistance and support is available with putting together your quality funding bid. Please find the details below of who to contact in your area and get in touch to see how we can work with you to help you achieve a successful application. 

Contact details for support and further information can be found on the final page. 

Please also let us know if you are successful in securing funding as a result of spotting an opportunity in our bulletin! 

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of under £100,000. There is a £100 annual subscription for larger organisations. If you have any 

difficulties accessing this resource contact us and we can help you search. Visit Funding Central 

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LOCAL 

Greater Manchester: ESF Community Grants 2019 – 2021 

Aims/priorities: A £4.9 million programme to tackle unemployment has been launched with 

backing from the European Social Fund. The funds have been granted by the government’s 

Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA) in partnership with Greater Manchester Local 

Enterprise Partnership to the WEA (Workers’ Educational Association), an adult education charity 

which provides training and learning opportunities for people at risk of exclusion. Over the next 

two years, the charity will help thousands of people who face additional barriers in the workplace, 

such as lone parents, improve their employability and gain permanent employment. 

The funding can help all who are out of work but especially those that: 

• are homeless or at risk of being homeless 

• have low or no qualifications 

• lack literacy and numeracy skills 

• are lone parents 

• have disabilities, learning difficulties or health conditions 

• are women 

• are from ethnic minorities 

• are aged over 50 

Who can apply? Third sector organisation run on a not for profit basis, including: 

• Constituted Voluntary / Community Group 

• Social Enterprise (Not for Profit) 

• Registered Charity 

• Community Interest Company (CIC) 

• Company Limited by Guarantee 

Organisations need to employ no more than 20 full time equivalent staff AND have an annual 

turnover under £1,000,000 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £20,000 are available 

Application process: Round 2 of ESF Community Grants for Manchester opens on 4 September 

2019, more information can be found at www.wea.org.uk/greater-manchester-eligibility-questions 

Deadline: 16 October 2019, 12pm 

Website: www.wea.org.uk/greater-manchester-eligibility-questions 

The Deal for Communities Investment Fund 

Aims/priorities: The Deal for Communities Investment Fund 

(DFCIF) is an exciting opportunity for people to make a real 

difference and solve some of Wigan borough’s biggest social problems. The funding forms part 

of The Deal, which enables residents to get involved in their community. Small investments are for 

community groups and tenants and resident groups. Big investments are focused on schools, 

activities for children and young people and their families 

Who can apply? Not-for-profit organisations and constituted community groups in Wigan Borough 

Grant amount: Small investments: up to £2,000. Big idea investments: over £2,000. You will need 

to provide 20% of this as community match. 

Application process: An application form is available on the website 

Deadline: 16 February 2020 

Contact information: Tel: 01942 486 557 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.wigan.gov.uk/Council/The-Deal/Deal-Communities/Communities- 

Investment-Fund.aspx 

Bowland Charitable Trust 

Aims/priorities: The Bowland Charitable Trust offers grants to charitable 

organisations active in the UK. The programme is intended to promote: 

• Outdoor and character-building projects for young people in the 

North West England 

• Educational, religious and cultural activities and institutions 

Who can apply? Any charitable organisations in the North West can apply 

Grant amount: Grants tend to be in the range of between £1,000 and £20,000 with larger grants 

made as the exception. 

Application process: Applications should be made in writing 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 01254 688 051 Email: [email protected] Post: Carol Fahy, 

The Bowland Charitable Trust, Bowland House, Phillips Road, Blackburn, BB1 5NA 

The Charity Service Discretionary Fund 

Aims/priorities: Applications for funding are invited from charities, organisations and individuals 

to assist disadvantaged, sick and infirm people and those living in poverty. Grants are available for 

any charitable purpose to beneficiaries living within the Greater Manchester area. 

Who can apply? Charities, organisations and individuals 

Grant amount: There is no limit to the size of the grant that you can apply for however grants of 

up to £1,000 have been approved by Trustees 

Application process: An application form is available to download on the website 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0330 1330 780 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.charityservice.org.uk/our-services/small-grants-programme/ 

Duchy of Lancaster Benevolent Fund 

Aims/priorities: The Greater Manchester 

Trustees are particularly interested in the following: 

• Causes with which the Duchy has historical association such as Church livings, Estates etc. 

within the boundaries of the three Counties (Greater Manchester, Lancashire and 

Merseyside) and purposes which will benefit the community 

• Trusts, Associations and Institutions that maintain and preserve monuments, Estates and 

possessions of the Duchy which prove to be of benefit to the public and local community 

• Organisations which provide care and support for the elderly, inform and disadvantaged 

members of society 

• Community Associations that benefit local people 

• Organisations for young people e.g. Scouts, Guides, Cadets, Youth Organisations etc. 

• Support for educational initiatives that will have beneficial results for the local community 

Who can apply? Organisations must be a registered charity and operate in Merseyside, Greater 

Manchester or Lancashire and have a bank account in the organisation’s name 

Grant amount: A single grant will only be made to an organisation within a two year period and 

will normally be between £250 and £1,000 

Application process: The application form can be downloaded from their website 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time. The Greater Manchester Duchy Panel 

considers all applications on a quarterly basis. 

Contact information: Tel: 0161 834 0490 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: http://manchesterlieutenancy.org/lancaster 

FM Awards – Cash 4 Graft 

Aims/priorities: Cash 4 Graft rewards resident involvement and 

volunteering time with between £50 and £250 to help get community ideas 

off the ground. The awards are matched with the passion and effort of 

residents and their neighbours who work together to create and develop projects and are available 

in various areas of Greater Manchester. 

Who can apply? Forever Manchester support smaller organisations with a track record of 

attracting funding or a turnover under £150,000 per annum 

Grant amount: Awards of between £50 and £250 are available 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Application process: The application form can be downloaded from the website 

Contact information: Tel: 0161 214 0940 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: http://forevermanchester.com/funding/ 

Jigsaw Foundation 

Aims/priorities: The Jigsaw Foundation offers funds for 

projects, which make a difference to the lives of their 

residents and their communities. Projects must 

demonstrate that they make a difference to people’s lives and communities in one or more of the 

following areas: 

• Health and wellbeing and social inclusion 

• Employment, individual capacity building, enterprise and training 

• Environmental improvement 

• Sustaining tenancies 

• Financial and digital inclusion 

Who can apply? Charities, resident and community groups, voluntary organisations, social 

enterprises and partner agencies 

Grant amount: Funding up to £25,000 voted on by tenants and entries over this amount will be 

approved by the Jigsaw Homes Group’s Executive team. 

Application process: An application form can be downloaded from the website 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0300 111 1122 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.foundation.jigsawhomes.org.uk/information-article/jigsaw-foundation/ 

Manchester Guardian Society Charitable Trust 

Aims/priorities: The Manchester Guardian Charitable Trust is a grant making charity, which 

makes donations to a wide variety of community based organisations in the Greater Manchester 

area. The Trustees are particularly interested in the following: 

• Organisations for young people e.g. scouts, guides, youth organisations 

• Provision for the sick and disabled 

• Assistance for groups providing for the elderly and disadvantaged members of society 

• Support for educational initiatives by arts organisations particularly for children and young 

people 

• Community associations 

• Organisations providing services for people in Greater Manchester 

Who can apply? Small community groups with charitable aims that are based and working within 

Greater Manchester 

Grant amount: Most grants awarded are between £250 and £2,000 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Application process: Applications must be made by post on the Manchester Guardian Society’s 

own application form and 13 copies in total should be supplied. Contact Manchester Guardian 

Charitable Trust to request an application form. 

Contact information: Tel: 0161 934 6190 Email: [email protected] Post: Joe 

Swift, Clerk to the Trustees, Manchester Guardian Society Charitable Trust, Addleshaw Goddard 

LLP, 100 Barbirolli Square, Manchester, M2 3AB 

ARTS 

The Granada Foundation 

Aims/priorities: To encourage and promote the study, practice 

and appreciation of science and the arts, including drawing, architecture and landscape 

architecture, sculpture, literature, music, opera, drama, dance, cinema and the methods and 

means of their dissemination. They welcome applications which aim to engage and inspire young 

people and adults to take an interest in science. 

Who can apply? Charities, voluntary groups and not-for-profit organisations 

Grant Amount: £500 – £15,000 with an average of £3,000 

Application process: Initial short out line submitted by their website. 

Deadline: 30 October 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 01244 661 867 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.granadafoundation.org 

Music for All – Music in the Community 

Aims/priorities: The grants programme is intended to act as a helping 

hand to projects and initiatives across the UK that seek to bring music to 

their community. The funding is aimed at groups that need assistance to 

fulfil their potential in developing truly sustainable music programmes. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations and schools 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £2,500 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 1 November 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 01403 800 500 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.musicforall.org.uk 

The Theatres Trust Charitable Fund 

Aims/priorities: The trust has a number of grant schemes that support 

capital funding for the theatres. These include: 

• Capacity building grants for the early stages of projects are also available to theatres on the 

trust’s Theatres at Risk register 

• GDS FoH Fund for front of house lighting for small theatres 

Who can apply? Charities and not-for-profit theatres 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £25,000 for theatres on the at risk register, up to £10,000 for GDS 

F0H Fund 

Application process: An application form is available to download from the website 

Deadline: Risk grants: applications can be submitted at any time. GDS FoH fund: 29 November 

2019 

Contact information: Tel: 020 7836 8591 

Website address: www.theatrestrust.org.uk 

CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE 

Strategic Legal Fund for Vulnerable 

Young Migrants 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to provide specialist level legal advice to vulnerable young 

migrants. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations and specialist solicitors’ firms 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £30,000 are available, the average grant size is £12,000 

Application process: An application form is available to download on the website 

Deadline: 1 November 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 0207 251 8383 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.strategiclegalfund.org.uk/about/ 

Sylvia Adams Charitable Trust – 

Early Years’ Preventative Work 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for work that will improve the life chances of some of the 

most disadvantaged children (aged 0-3 years) by investing in early intervention and preventative 

work. 

Who can apply? Registered charities 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £50,000 are available 

Application process: There is a two stage process with an initial online application form 

Deadline: 29 November 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 01707 259 259 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.sylvia-adams.org.uk 

Hayes Travel Foundation 

Aims/priorities: The funding is for projects which 

help young people up to 25 years of age develop in at least one of these areas: education, 

prevention of poverty, health, arts, culture or sports. 

Who can apply? Local groups which operate or have an impact in an area in which Hays Travel 

have a branch 

Grant amount: Grants of between £3,000 – £15,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0191 814 8094 Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.haystravel.co.uk/foundation/home.phtml 

The Toy Trust 

Aims/priorities: The Toy Trust funds helps 

disadvantaged children and their families to: 

• Alleviate suffering 

• Support children through awful experiences 

• Encourage achievement through adversity 

• Purchase vital equipment 

• Provide care 

• Bolster existing initiatives 

• Initiate brand-new projects 

• Satisfy basic needs 

Who can apply? Registered charities 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £5,000 are available 

Application process: An application form is available to download form from the website 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 020 7701 7271 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.toytrust.co.uk 

COMMUNITY 

Tampon Tax Community Fund 

Aims/priorities: This programme aims to fund small-scale interventions, which will make a 

considerable difference to the lives and happiness of women and girls by raising the aspirations of 

girls and women and combating the influences that affect their confidence. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations, priority will be given to projects that are established 

by women or girls and/or is led and staffed by women and girls 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £10,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 11 October 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 0330 440 4900 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.lancsfoundation.org.uk 

Triangle Trust 1949 Fund – Development Grants 

Aims/priorities: Core funding for organisations that are 

working to support unpaid carers or the rehabilitation of 

offenders or ex-offenders to help them make a step-change in their development and therefore 

build increased sustainability for the future. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations with a turnover of less than £1m 

Grant amount: Grants of between £10,000 – £80,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: Rehabilitation grants: 22 October, Carers grants: 31 October 

Contact information: Tel: 01707 707 078 (only open on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays) 

Website address: www.triangletrust.org.uk 

The Coalfields Regeneration Trust 

Aims/priorities: The project should focus on one or more of Skills, Employment 

and Health & Wellbeing. Projects have to be run in former coalfield areas. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £10,000 are available 

Application process: There is an initial eligibility survey, followed by a full application form 

Deadline: Eligibility survey closes on 29 November; full application form needs to be submitted by 

13 December 

Contact information: Tel: 01226 270 800 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.coalfields-regen.org.uk/ 

The Comic Relief Community Fund (England) 

Aims/priorities: There are two types of grants available to 

organisations whose work delivers on one of Comic Relief’s four 

strategic themes: 

• Children Survive and Thrive: projects that support children 

under the age of 5 to reach their potential and have the 

best start in life 

• Fighting for Gender Justice: projects that improve equality for women, girls and the LBTQI+ 

community and initiatives that help people affected by domestic violence, abuse or 

exploitation due to their gender 

• A Safe Place to Be: projects that support people who are rebuilding their lives because of 

homelessness or forced migration 

• Mental Health Matters: projects that support good mental health in communities, improve 

access to support and tackle stigma and discrimination 

Funding is available to help you develop your organisation through a Capacity Building Grant or to 

deliver projects through a Project Delivery Grant. This new and exciting programme aims deliver 

long lasting community driven change and we will work closely with successful projects to gather 

learning from the programme to share widely. 

Who can apply? Grassroots community organisations and charities with an income of less than 

£250,000 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £4,000 for Project Delivery and £500 for Capacity Building are 

available 

Application process: There is an initial eligibility survey, followed by a full application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0121 237 8500 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.groundwork.org.uk/national-grants/comic-relief-community-grants/ 

ENVIRONMENT 

Jean Sainsbury Animal Welfare Trust 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to animal welfare projects or activities that 

benefit and protect animals, relieve the suffering of animals, address the 

conservation of wildlife or encourage a greater understanding of animals. 

Who can apply? Registered charities 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £10,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 15 January 2020 

Contact information: [email protected] 

Website address: www.jeansainsburyanimalwelfare.org.uk 

Biffa Award-Rebuilding Biodiversity 

Aims/priorities: The Trust give grants to projects that have 

specific targets in relation to a Biodiversity Action Plan and 

will deliver a direct improvement to habitats and/ or species. 

Total project costs must be under £200,000. 

Who can apply: Charities, voluntary organisations or not-for-profit organisation within 15 miles of 

a significant Biffa site 

Grant amount: Grants of between £10,000 and £75,000 are available but a 10% third party 

contribution is required 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact: Tel: 01636 670 000 Email [email protected] 

Website: www.biffa-award.org 

FAITH 

National Churches Trust – Cornerstone Grants Programme 2019- 

2020 

Aims/priorities: Grants to support the conservation and sustainable use of church 

buildings in the UK, focusing on larger and more complex projects with priority 

given to urgent structural repairs or the introduction of kitchens and accessible toilets. 

Who can apply? Listed and unlisted Christian places of worship, of any denomination, across the 

UK Grant amount: Grants of up to £50,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 4 November 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 0207 222 0605 Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.nationalchurchestrust.org/node/13924 

Charles Wolfson Charitable Trust 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for work in the fields of medicine, education and welfare, 

especially for capital or fixed term projects, and with particular, but not exclusive, regard to the 

needs of the Jewish community. 

Who can apply? Registered charities, hospitals, schools and similar charitable institutions based 

and working in the UK can apply. 

Grant amount: Funding is at the discretion of the Trustees 

Application process: Applications need to be made in writing to the trustees 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0207 079 2506 

Website address: The Foundation does not maintain a website 

Laing Family Trusts 

Aims/priorities: The Trust support a diverse range of charitable 

purposes with a focus on promoting the Christian faith and values in 

the UK and overseas. Each of the Family Trusts funds work in their 

specific areas of interest. 

Who can apply? Registered charities 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £25,000 are available 

Application process: Applications need to be made in writing 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 020 8238 8890 

Website address: www.laingfamilytrusts.org.uk 

GENERAL 

Warburtons Families Matter Community Grants 

Programme 

Aims/priorities: Small grants are available for local projects, activities and organisations that 

have charitable aims and that will be of real direct benefit to families in England, Scotland and 

Wales. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £250 are available 

Application process: An application form is available to download from the website 

Deadline: 11 November 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 03000 123 334 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.warburtons.co.uk/corporate/sustainability/financial-giving 

One Stop Carriers for Causes Grants 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to local organisations and groups for 

projects that benefit local communities by helping to improve lives and local 

places. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations within two miles of a One Stop 

Store 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £1,000 are available 

Application process: Online at the website 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0121 237 5791 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.groundwork.org.uk/national-grants/carriers-for-causes/ 

The Persimmon Charitable Foundation 

Aims/priorities: General charitable purposes, including community and 

economic development; sustainable development; education; youth work; sport; health; social 

welfare. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £1,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 01904 642 199 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.persimmonhomes.com/charity/ 

HEALTH & WELLBEING 

Positive Pathways Programme – Veterans Mental Health 

and Wellbeing Fund 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to Armed Forces charities for 

projects and activities that support the mental health and wellbeing of veterans. 

Who can apply? VSCE organisations supporting veterans 

Grant amount: £35,000 for one year and £70,000 for 2 years 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 29 November 2019 

Contact information: Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.covenantfund.org.uk/veterans-mental-health-and-wellbeing-fund/ 

Magic Little Grants 

Aims/priorities: This fund gives grants to deliver projects that 

encourage people to be physically active. Successful projects will 

support and inspire people to participate in sports or exercise with the 

primary aim of improving the physical health of participants. 

Who can apply? Charities, Community groups, Voluntary organisations, and Sports groups with 

an income of less than £250,000. 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £500 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 30 November 2019 

Contact: Tel: 0300 111 2340 Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.localgiving.org/magic-little-grants/ 

Albert Hunt Trust 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for projects that promote and enhance physical and mental 

welfare, including for hospice appeals and homeless appeals. 

Who can apply? Registered charities 

Grant amount: Grants of between £1,000 – £10,000 are available 

Application process: Submit appeals to the Trustees by letter containing the following: Aims and 

objectives of the charity, Nature of the appeal, Total target if for a specific project, Contributions 

received against target, Registered charity number and Any other relevant factors. 

Contact information: Post: Coutts & Co. Albert Hunt Trust, Trustee Department, 440 Strand 

London, WC2R OQS 

Website address: The organisation does not maintain a website 

HERITAGE 

AHF Transforming Places Through Heritage Programme – Project 

Development Grants 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to help fund development costs 

of projects that will create alternative uses for redundant or 

underused, community-owned historic buildings in town centres. 

Who can apply? Charities and Social Enterprises. 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £100,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: 21 October 2019 

Contact information: Tel: 020 7925 0199 Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.ahfund.org.uk/england 

Historic England – Repair Grants for Heritage at 

Risk 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for the repair and 

conservation of listed buildings, scheduled monuments and registered parks and gardens. 

Who can apply? VCSE sector organisations 

Grant amount: Contact the local office to discuss 

Application process: An application form can be downloaded from the website 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0161 242 1416 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.historicengland.org.uk/services-skills/grants/our-grant-schemes/repair- 

grants 

OLDER PEOPLE 

Dowager Countess Eleanor Peel Trust – 

General Grants 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available to small to medium sized UK registered charities in the 

preferred locations of Lancashire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Merseyside that 

are working for the benefit of older people or people who have fallen on hard times. 

Who can apply? Registered charities with a turnover of less than £2.5m 

Grant amount: Most grants are up to £5,000 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.peeltrust.com/index.html 

The Francis Winham Foundation 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for registered charities undertaking welfare projects for 

elderly people in England. 

Who can apply? Registered charities, exempt charities and organisations with charitable aims 

Grant amount: Grants of between £5,000 – £40,000 are available 

Application process: Contact The Francis Winham Foundation for further information 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Tel: 0207 795 1261 Email: [email protected] 

Website address: The organisation does not maintain a website 

SPORT & RECREATION 

Central Social and 

Recreational Trust 

Aims/priorities: Grants are available for sports clubs and organisations in England to provide or 

assist in the provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation for the benefit of 

disadvantaged children who are under the age of 21 years. 

Who can apply? Sports clubs who are affiliated to their governing body 

Grant amount: Grants of up to £1,000 are available 

Application process: There is an online application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.csrt.info/index.html 

The Will Houghton Foundation 

Aims/priorities: The Foundation works with UK charities to 

help 14–24 year olds to reach their potential through education 

and sport. 

Who can apply? Registered charities 

Grant amount: Grants of between £100 – £10,000 are available 

Application process: There is a two stage application process: Initially an online contact form, 

followed by an application form 

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time 

Contact information: Email: [email protected] 

Website address: www.willhoughtonfoundation.org 

This funding bulletin is produced by 

10GM consists of local support and development agencies covering all 10 Local Authority 

areas across Greater Manchester whom are listed below. 

For further information regarding 10GM please email: [email protected] 

Action Together (covering Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside) 

Principal Office 95-97 Penny Meadow, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 6EP 

Tel: 0161 339 4985 

Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.actiontogether.org.uk 

Bolton CVS (Community and Voluntary Services) 

The Hub, Bold Street, Bolton, BL1 1LS 

Tel: 01204 546010 

Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.boltoncvs.org.uk 

Macc 

Swan Buildings, 3rd Floor, 20 Swan Street, Manchester, M4 5JW 

Tel: 0161 834 9823 

Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.manchestercommunitycentral.org 

Salford CVS and Volunteer Centre 

The Old Town Hall, 5 Irwell Place, Salford, M30 0FN 

Tel: 0161 787 7795 

Email: [email protected] 

Website: www.salfordcvs.co.uk