Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services
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The Daneway Foundation, is administered and managed by the Community Foundation for Merseyside.
The Daneway Foundation aims to improve the lives of young people aged between 11 and 25 years of age. It wishes to fund projects that support socially disadvantaged young people. It wishes to give them opportunities to improve their life chances and to become active and engaged citizens in their own communities.
Are you thinking of applying for the ESF community grants – Round 3?
Tom Youds – Grant Administrator from WEA has agreed to hold 1 – 1 surgeries for Knowsley Groups on the morning of the 27th April 2017.
The Kirkby and North Liverpool Sea Cadets are looking for adults age 18+ who are enthusiastic, reliable and want to work with young people. If you have boating/outdoor adventure skills then all the better but if not, they offer fantastic training opportunities to volunteers enabling you to gain a variety of new skills and confidence. No prior experience is needed.
The Fore Trust has announced that the next funding round to support the development of small charities, social enterprises and community interest companies will open for registrations on the 24th July 2017.
The Community Business Bright Ideas Fund aims to give your community group the support and tools to start setting up your community business. It will also give your group the early stage finance that you need need to carry out consultation with local people and feasibility studies to develop a community business idea the community wants and needs.
This area is full of amazing stories in different communities. BBC Radio Merseyside want your help to tell them!
BBC Radio Merseyside wants to work with community groups and charities to share their interesting, emotional or inspiring stories.
Fundraising Regulator Event
Hosted By: Liverpool Charity and Voluntary Services (LCVS)
Date: 8 March 2017
Location: LCVS, 151 Dale Street
Knowsley Council are currently reviewing their Short Break Service for Children and Young People and would like you to tell them what you think works well and what they could do better.
The Mark McQueen Foundation has been set up by the McQueen family in loving memory of their son Mark.
The Foundation provide grants for activities that aim to support young men struggling with emotional and mental health issues.
If you are a person of integrity, have common sense, the ability to listen to both sides of an argument and make decisions, and you want to give something back to the community, apply to become a Magistrate. Magistrates don't need to be legally qualified or have any...