Are you thinking of applying to the Big Lottery Fund – either to the Reaching Communities or Awards for All…
I attended the Fundraising Regulator briefing, hosted by LCVS yesterday and wanted to draw your attention to the consultation that is currently being done with regard to the Fundraising Code. I would strongly encourage you to take part in the consultation.
I also want to share feedback from the briefing with you.
The LEP is holding a workshop for potential applicants to provide further information about the call for Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) funded activity to support young people into work across Liverpool City Region
We have had inquiries from a couple of organisations with a large number of volunteers wanting to support local projects for one to three days. Please get in touch if you have a big event, or a project that could use the manpower coming up, and we will put you in touch. Contact Zel Rodgers by phone or email to express an interest. 0151 353 9700 or [email protected]
Are you a voluntary and community organisation (VCO)?
Do you require research or a work based learning (WBL) research project that will support the aims of your organisation?
Are you a registered charity or not-for profit group?
Can you support a Student Community Researcher for 20 weeks?
The Charity Commission and the Fundraising Regulator are issuing an alert to all charities reminding trustees that they must, in addition to following charity law requirements, ensure that there are systems in place at their charity to identify and comply with any data protection laws and regulations that apply to its activities.
The Liverpool City Region Brussels Office, in cooperation with the LCR EU trans-national funding networks, is planning a workshop on the Erasmus+ funding programme on the afternoon of 14 December. This workshop is being delivered in partnership with Ecorys, the National Contact Point for the programme. An agenda for the workshop is erasmus-workshop-agenda-141216
Erasmus+ provides funding for skills development and training at all levels of education, including vocational training. At the workshop, Ecorys will explain UK involvement in the programme as well as the programme priorities, eligibility criteria and funding submission process.
The main focus of the workshop will be on funding for mobility schemes (KA1) for vocational training students (including in-house training for staff), adults and young people, as well as educational staff, and on strategic and innovative partnership projects (more flexible projects, not just about mobility) across all levels of education (KA2). These projects are not limited thematically and can apply to any sector.
New rules for charity fundraising start on 1 November 2016. They affect the trustees’ annual reports of larger charities that fundraise from the public, as well as the contents of the agreements that must be in place when professional fundraisers or other businesses (‘commercial participators’) raise money for charities.
The Charity Commission (‘the Commission’), the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, is issuing this alert to inform fundraisers and the trustees of charities affected by the new provisions about what they have to do to comply.
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is looking for a creative partner to help people understand and celebrate the amazing wildlife, history and heritage of Dee Estuary. We are preparing a stage 1 application for a Heritage Lottery Fund landscape partnership scheme for the Tidal Dee Catchment Partnership. The scheme will develop a suite of projects focusing on the heritage of the area with a particular emphasis on:
The special habitats and wildlife associated with the estuary
The relationships between land and people, how people change the land and how land changes the people
The Dee Estuary as a changing landscape – past, future and future: geomorphological, economic, social, climate
We want to make art a key element of the scheme and are looking for creative individuals or organisations to help us engage with a wide range of audiences around the estuary through sight and sound to inspire people to take a fresh look at the estuary and gain a new appreciate of its value and special qualities. If you have ideas about how to do this we would love to hear from you.
Monitoring and Evaluation Masterclass – 18 November 2016
This workshop is for Trustees and Staff of Community Organisations, Charities and Social Enterprises who wish to understand and introduce Monitoring and Evaluation to their organisation.
We will be holding the workshop on Friday 18th November 2016) at the St James Centre in the conference room. This is a half day workshop starting at 9.30 am prompt and finishing at 1 pm. Participants should arrive from 9:15 am onwards. The cost per person attending the course will be £50.
The workshop is designed to help you to plan and introduce effective monitoring and evaluation to your projects or organisational delivery.