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National Lottery Community Fund
Wednesday 26th June @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
The National Lottery Community Fund can help you to make a difference in your community.
3 Hour Workshop
Reaching Communities and Partnership
The NLCF Reaching Communities and Partnerships Funding streams are for proposals over £10,000. Reaching Communities and Partnerships offer flexible funding for up to 5 years for organisations in England that want to take action on the issues that matter to people and communities.
Tell me a bit more about the difference between Reaching Communities and Partnerships funding?
Reaching Communities will offer funding for individual organisations. Alongside this, we recognise that lots of people want to work together to achieve their goals. So we are introducing Partnerships funding. This funding is for people who want to work and develop ideas together with others, to start with the bigger picture rather than just what your organisation can do on its own, and to share responsibility in order to achieve shared objectives – which we call Generous Leadership.
All information can be found at:
Registration will be open from 9:30 and the training will begin at 10:00 sharp.
About the Trainer:
Come and meet Maxine Murray, funding officer for Barnet and Haringey, to find out more about the National Lottery Community Fund. She will be talking about their new priorities, and the new process for applying for funding. This is designed to be collaborative and user friendly. In particular, she will be explaining the Reaching Communities and Partnership funding pots for larger bids. There will be a presentation, and the opportunity to answer any questions you may have about the National Lottery Community Fund priorities and processes.
DUE TO LIMITED CAPACITY – ONLY 1 TICKET PER ORGANISATION
(If you would like a second person to attend please email email@example.com and you will be added to a waiting list.)
IF YOU CAN NO LONGER MAKE THE EVENT YOU CAN TRANSFER THE TICKET WITHIN YOUR ORGANISATION. IF NO ONE FROM YOUR ORGANSIATION IS DUE TO ATTEND PLEASE CANCEL OR LET US KNOW AS WE CAN REISSUE THE TICKET.
Steve can help you start volunteering
Steve promotes volunteer opportunities in the borough and provides guidance on how people can start volunteering. You can meet him at the drop-in sessions listed in the calendar.
You can also reach him through email, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 0207 960 4282.
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