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Community Fund for TARA’s and Community Groups in Sheffield — Central Sheffield

12 Sep

Click to view the full detailed information sheet: Appendix 2 Community Fund Information Sheet

via Community Fund for TARA’s and Community Groups in Sheffield — Central Sheffield

Lets Build Health Grants Open for Bids

24 Aug

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Let’s Build Health Grants: Firth Park, Shiregreen (& surrounding areas)

Let’s Build Health Grants (up to £1,000) available to help create opportunities and develop local activity that improves health and wellbeing in the following neighbourhoods

  •  Firth Park
  • Shiregreen
  • Wincobank
  • Grimesthorpe
  • Brushes
  • Flowers
  • Stubbin

We want to allocate funding for activities in these neighbourhoods which support the overall aims of the Firth Park/Shiregreen People Keeping Well (PKW) Community Partnership, including (not exhaustive)

  • Increased awareness of and involvement in community activities
  • Increased uptake of volunteering opportunities
  • Increased participation and awareness of the benefits of green space and   physical activity
  • Improved health literacy.

Funds are limited so to avoid disappointment , apply soon

Deadline                                                                   Friday 14th September 2018

Panel Meeting & Decision wk beginning         Monday 24th – September 2018

 

For Further information (or to request an application form) please contact

Project Coordinator Rosie Strathearn-Brady

Tel.      0114 213 4065

Email.  rosie.strathearn@soarcommunity.org.uk

Have Your Say on Community Funds

15 Aug

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Overview

The Council receives a payment called a Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) for new building projects, which is then used to fund necessary improvements in infrastructure.

We are seeking views on our proposals to use the Local CIL (Neighbourhood Portion) in Sheffield to

  • promote the development of Neighbourhood Plans across the city
  • ensure that areas of higher deprivation receive a fairer overall share
  • improve how local communities are involved in the decisions on how it is spent

What we are seeking views on

We now need your views on how the Neighbourhood Portion is allocated in non-parished areas or those areas without a Neighbourhood Plan, as well as how local communities are involved in the decisions on how it is spent.

To help you see the process we are consulting on please click on the link here  flowchart

To read the consultation in full please follow the link below

https://sheffield.citizenspace.com/communities-business-strategy/use-of-the-community-infrastructure-levy/

 

 

Health & Wellbeing Funding available for Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise Organisations

8 Sep

Department of Health (DH) –  The VCSE Health and Wellbeing Programme provides funding to voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations to help them contribute towards improving health and care. Each round of the programme focuses on a specific theme and the theme for this round is social prescribing. The department is inviting applications to set up a new social prescribing scheme or to support the expansion of an existing scheme. The deadline for completed applications is 21 November 2017.

Health and wellbeing fund 2017/18 // Health Management and Policy Alert

Further information

Firth Park/Shiregreen PKW – Lets Build Health Investment/Small Grants AVAILABLE

21 Jul

Lets Build Health in Firth Park, Shiregreen (& surrounding areas) Investment

 Let’s Build Health funds (grants up to £500) are available to help create opportunities and develop local activity that improve health and wellbeing in the following neighbourhoods:

  • Firth Park
  • Shiregreen
  • Wincobank
  • Grimesthorpe
  • Brushes
  • Flowers
  • Stubbin.

We want to allocate funding for activities in these neighbourhoods which support the overall aims of the Firth Park/Shiregreen People Keeping Well (PKW) Community Partnership, including (not exhaustive):

  • Increased awareness of and involvement in community activities
  • Increased uptake of volunteering opportunities
  • Improved health literacy.

Note. Limited funds are available so apply soon to avoid disappointment.

Deadline: Wednesday 30th August 2017

Panel Meeting: Wednesday 6th September 2017

For Further information (or to request an application form) please contact:

Guy Weston

SOAR Health Services Manager

Tel. 0114 213 4065

Email. guy.weston@soarcommunity.org.uk

North East Area Small Grants are open!

22 Jun

I am pleased to announce the North East Area Small Grants are now open for applications. Please find the links to the Application Pack below. The pack contains the:

– application form,

– guidance booklet,

– signature and conditions form,

– ward priorities; and

– monitoring form

The deadline for applications is the Friday the 10th July 2015. All wards in the north east area (Burngreave, Firth Park, Shiregreen and Brightside, Southey) are holding a grants round with the purpose of meeting the ward priorities.

Please read the guidance booklet carefully to ensure that your group is eligible to receive funding before you fill in the form. If you are unsure about your project and want to discuss it further please contact the Voluntary Sector Liaison Team on 0114 273 4631 or email wardpots@sheffield.gov.uk

Please help us to publicise this grants round by forwarding this information on to other organisations / community groups in the north east area.

Ward Pot Small Grants Application Form 2015-16

Priorities – North East 

Ward Pot Small Grants Signature and Conditions Form 2015-16

Ward Pot Small Grants Monitoring Form 2015-16

Ward Pot Small Grants Guidance 2015-16

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Sheffield Funding Forum Speed Networking Event FREE. 25th March.

12 Feb

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