FLASH THE FUNDING E-LETTER FOR COMMUNITY and VOLUNTARY GROUPS IN EALING ISSUE 225 If you wish to read a Word version of this newsletter then click on the following link. http://www.ealingcvs.org.uk/documents/newsletters/flash%20225.doc 5 May 2011 1 Introduction 2 Reaching Communities – new guidance 3 British Red Cross Positive Images Programme Closing Date 17 June 4 Ideas Green Closing Date 23 May 5 Ideas Innovators Closing date 20 June 6 Prism Grant Fund 7 Sky Arts Ignition Round Closes 31 May 8 Open Society Foundation 9 Items of Interest a) Newby Trust (Grants for Individuals) b) Paediatric First Aid Course Monday 16th May 2011 Lido Centre 10am – 4pm c) Free Legal Clinic for Women Fleeing Domestic Violence Thursday, 12 May 2011 at 09:30 until 13:30 10 Unsubscribe 1 Introduction FLASH is produced by Ealing Community and Voluntary Service – to get information on funding and other items of interest out quickly to local groups. We welcome your comments, ideas and suggestions to improve our funding advice service. Free searches for funding can be carried out using Grantnet funded by Ealing Council http://www.grantnet.org.uk/index.html?pid=B3AA942B-C079-45CF-B973-B351745E5FE9 or Funding Central www.fundingcentral.org.uk . Some information for this newsletter is from Fit4funding newsletter. Website http://www.fit4funding.org.uk/ 2 Reaching Communities – new guidance . A new guidance note about Reaching Communities has been issued. http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/reaching_communities_key_messages.pdf Reaching Communities is the BLF fund for large grants over £10,000. The application is a 2 stage process. The outline proposal is the first stage and then the full application is required for the second stage. More information available on the website. http://www.biglotteryfund.org.uk/prog_reaching_communities?tab=1®ioncode=-uk BLF staff are available to answer queries online. There is assistance with project planning on the website http://www.biglearningzone.org.uk/ 3 British Red Cross Positive Images Programme Closing Date 17 June Youth action grants are now available for schools, youth organisations and young people to support youth activities on migration and development. The grants are from £50 to £1000. The activities should promote more positive attitudes towards vulnerable migrants and awareness of development issues. Through the Positive Images youth action competition funded projects can also nominate a young person to take part in the Austrian Youth Red Cross international youth camp, 13-17 July 2011. More information and the application form are on the website http://www.redcross.org.uk/What-we-do/Teaching- resources/Teaching-packages/Positive-Images/Get-involved 4 Ideas Green Closing date 23 May IdeasTap http://www.ideastap.com/ is an arts charity established to help young, creative people at the start of their careers. If your group works with young people then 8 IdeasTap members (aged 16 to 25) could receive £5,000 each to realise creative projects that either address green issues or are produced in an environmentally sustainable manner. Ideas Tap are looking for ideas that offer exciting new angles on climate change – or new ways to make art in an eco- friendly fashion. It doesn’t matter what medium you work in – from film to theatre, photography to music, visual arts to literature – because Ideas Fund Green is open to all creative disciplines. Find out more. http://www.ideastap.com/Opportunities/Brief/35c30ee4-0e21-4e40-bb20-9ec900c5f8c4#Overview 5 Ideas Fund Innovators Closing Date 20 June Ideas Fund Innovators is a funding scheme open to all creative disciplines. If you're group has members between 16-25 and have a creative project that could do with a cash injection, this is the fund for you. 10 projects will be offered £1,000 each to help get them off the ground. In the past they've funded everything from dance and film projects to music videos and photography collectives. Whatever creative field you work in, we'll consider your application. They're looking for projects that are inspiring, original, innovative and that you can deliver. The project must take place between July 2011 and February 2012. More information on the website. http://www.ideastap.com/Opportunities/Brief/df939907-304f-446d-b0f7- 9eae00fcec0e#Overview . 6 PRISM Grant Fund The fund for the Preservation of Industrial and Scientific Material (PRISM Fund) supports the acquisition and/ or conservation of any object or group of objects illustrating the history of any branch of science, industry or technology. Organisations established for heritage and education purposes may be eligible to apply. The guidance and application form are on the website http://www.mla.gov.uk/what/support/grants/PRISM 7 Sky Arts Ignition Round Closes 31 May Sky is to expand further its support for the arts in the UK and Ireland with the launch of a major new programme to support new arts projects and emerging artists. The programme involves the creation of a new arts fund, Sky Arts Ignition, with two distinct and complementary strands: The Sky Arts Ignition Series and Sky Arts Ignition Futures Fund. The Sky Arts Ignition Series will seek to collaborate with six arts organisations over the next three years in the creation of brand new works. For each of the chosen projects, Sky Arts will provide a cash investment of up to £200,000 and work with the arts partners to bring their projects to a wider audience, using Sky's platform. The Series is the latest development in Sky's ongoing commitment to broadening access to the arts across the country, and will represent an investment of over £1million. The Sky Arts Ignition Series seeks to work closely with as yet unselected artists and arts organisations, in order to equip both organisations and broadcasters with a true understanding of each other's process, combining their expertise to produce the best possible work and offering a unique support system in which to develop and produce brand new projects. Sky Arts, in partnership with the organisations, will determine how best Sky can give the project prominence on- air, on demand, online and on the ground, as well as providing marketing, publicity and new media support for each project. Applications are now open at www.sky.com/skyartsignition . Further details of the Series are outlined on the site, along with full guidelines for entries. In parallel, the Sky Arts Ignition Futures Fund is designed to help young talent to bridge the development gap from school or college to becoming a working artist. Each year, the fund will support five individuals with a bursary of £30,000 each, enabling Sky Arts to back the creation of new works of art as well as nurture emerging talent. www.sky.com/skyartsignition 8 Open Society Foundation George Soros established the Open Society Foundations, starting in 1984, to help countries make the transition from communism. Our activities have grown to encompass the United States and more than 70 countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Latin America. Each foundation relies on the expertise of boards composed of eminent citizens who determine individual agendas based on local priorities. Foundations seek to shape public policies that assure greater fairness in political, legal, and economic systems and safeguard fundamental rights. On a local level, the Open Society Foundations implement a range of initiatives to advance justice, education, public health, and independent media. Search for funding using the tool on the website http://www.soros.org/grants/find Grants available in 70 countries. http://www.soros.org/ 9 Items of Interest a) Newby Trust (Grants for Individuals) If your organisation is works with people who are in need then an application can be made on behalf of an individual or family for a grant from £10 to £200. The criteria are for relief of poverty or medical welfare. The application is online. The Trust asks that organisations do not make multiple applications. They like to distribute their funds as widely as possible. http://www.newby-trust.org.uk/index.php?option=com_frontpage&Itemid=1 b) Paediatric First Aid Course Monday 16th May 2011 Lido Centre 10am – 4pm Who should attend? This course is for people working with younger children What you will learn? The course covers how to deal with accidents and emergencies involving young children. Course content • First aid kit • Action planning • Treatment of an unconscious casualty • Resuscitation • Choking • Asthma and diabetic emergencies • Head injuries • Seizures • Bleeding • Burns • Sprains, strains and fractures • Poisoning, bites and stings • Foreign objects • Childhood conditions (e.g. measles, meningitis, croup). Ofsted registered groups and individuals should attend a two day paediatric first aid course which Ealing Early Years provides. To view their programme visit http://www.childrenscentres.org.uk/media/file/Training%20Programme%2010-11.pdf For more information contact Rebecca on 020 82802244 or email firstname.lastname@example.org c) Free Legal Clinic for Women Fleeing Domestic Violence Thursday, 12 May 2011 at 09:30 until 13:30 The main purpose of these clinics (to be run by a family solicitor) is for women who are fleeing domestic violence, and would realistically like to know their options but cannot afford initial fees (especially women who are working). If women wish to take on their services, the law firm (as they are private) would either reduce their costs to make it more affordable for them. These clinics are set up at the Women's Resource Centre right next to the Islamic Jamia Mosque on Montague Way (off Kings Street, Southall). These clinics are open to women only from all back grounds, faith and cultures. If you have any queries please contact Uzma Butt MARAC Co-ordinator Ealing Community Safety Team Perceval House 14-16 Uxbridge Rd Ealing London W5 2HL T: 020 8825 9024 M: 07940 022 050 E: email@example.com SE: firstname.lastname@example.org 12 Unsubscribe If you no longer wish to receive Flash please send an email with unsubscribe in the title and please give the name of your organisation.
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