HOUR Manchester Mini-grants Programme - 14th November
Our communities are full of people with amazing skills, interests, gifts and talents. However, outside of the usual ways of working, our society does not value what expertise or talents people have. As a result, there is vast untapped potential in our communities that HOUR Manchester seeks to free. Thirteen £500 mini-grants are available to voluntary, community and social enterprise groups to identify and share the talents, hobbies and interests of people involved in their organisation such as staff, volunteers and the people that use their services. Deadline for grant applications: 14 November 2019, 12pm
The HOUR Manchester Mini-grants Programme is financed by the Eric Wright Charitable Trust and provides funding awards of £500 from a total funding pot of £6,500 (thirteen mini-grants are available). We want to fund voluntary, community and social enterprise groups working in the city of Manchester to:
Identify connect and share the talents, hobbies and interests of people involved in your organisation such as staff, volunteers and people that use your services.
Note: applicants must budget their activities to use the full £500 available.
For more information visit Manchester Community Central website.