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RAD Project evaluation entering final stages

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published February 18, 2018

I enjoyed a final meeting with the RAD (https://www.royaldeaf.org.uk/ ) Deaf Achieve 2 Project Managers, (Lorraine Oaten (left) and Natalie Creevy (right) in London recently as we finalised data and information input for our independent evaluation of the Big Lottery funded Project. It has been an amazing 3-year journey for myself and the Wider Impact team,Continue Reading

Thanks to our colleague Steve Baylis for forwarding details of the below funding from the Football Foundation. Who should apply? Not for profit organisations, looking to refurbish their existing or develop new football facilities What is available? Support the growth of football clubs and activity Prevent a decline in football participation Make improvements to facilitiesContinue Reading

Getting on with the job at Loaves N Fishes!

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published

I enjoyed a really useful meeting last week with CEO Mark Price (pictured rear centre) and his team at Blackheath based charity Loaves N Fishes – see http://www.loavesnfishes.co.uk/ As previously reported we are carrying out an independent evaluation of a Big Lottery funded project being delivered by Loaves N Fishes, and it was encouraging to note theContinue Reading

£30,000.00 available for charities that support young people

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published April 7, 2017

Thank you to our colleague Steve Baylis for forwarding the below: DM Thomas Foundation –Deadline: 9th May 2017 Registered Charities that work with young people have the opportunity to apply for grants through the DM Thomas Foundation for Young People (formerly the Hilton Foundation) Central Grants Programme. Registered Charities can apply for grants ranging fromContinue Reading

£500,000 Reaching Communities funding now available

Posted by Edwin Categories: Edwin's Blog Published March 20, 2017

Thanks to SCVO for forwarding this: Voluntary or community groups can apply for grants of between £10,000 and £500,000 to cover the costs of projects which improve communities, by using local knowledge, strengths and assets to test and implement the ideas which matter most to communities, as well as sharing learning about what went well,Continue Reading

Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis