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Clinks Funding Information

Funding: Developing Resilience

Money Saving Expert (MSE) Charity is currently accepting applications to its ‘building and developing resilience’ round of funding.  The fund is designed to try and break the cycle of debt and aims to fight financial and consumer illiteracy by educating and informing adults and children about consumer and debt issues.  This round is aimed at projects that focus on building financial capability skills assisting groups who support mental health, wellbeing, cook well for less, training others, independent living skills or peer mentoring.  Projects must commence from January 2019 onwards.  The maximum grant available is £7,500. It will close as soon as 40 applications are accepted.  Further information

Funding: Early Intervention For Youth

The Home Office has extended the deadline for its Early Intervention Youth Fund to the Friday 28 September.  Up to £22 million is available over two years to Police and Crime Commissioners to submit partnership bids to prevent and tackle serious violence.  Further Information

Funding: Rehabilitation Grants

The Triangle Trust is currently inviting applications for Development Grants from not for profit organisations whose sole purpose is to support the rehabilitation of people with convictions.  The grants provide funds towards core costs to allow organisations to make a step change development towards increasing long-term sustainability.  The Triangle Trust would like to see applicants use these grants to develop sustainable income sources, so that when the grant comes to an end your organisation’s income will not be reduced.  Funding is available for up to £80,000 over three years.  The closing date for submissions is Tuesday 23 October.  Previously unsuccessful applicants must wait two years before reapplying.  Further Information

 

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