Funding resources – creating entrepreneurs in S & E Cornwall, for children, homeless, equine and animal welfare, suicide prevention, innovative community projects and around human rights.
Cornwall Council has opened a consultation around their new Carers Strategy and service model. Please take part, if your’e a carer, and share it widely, so as many as possible can see it.
Data is key, for organisations writing funding bids and making plans for their futures. Find out some of the best information around the impact of the coronavirus for your area.
New funding – for COVID-19-related welfare support (with short deadlines), and others around welfare, support for vulnerable groups, and heritage preservation. Plus Future for Nature competition.
Barnardo’s and the Department for Education are delivering a programme to reach at risk children & young people. Expressions of interest are sought from local partners – DEADLINE 30 JUNE
New funding – SHORT DEADLINE National Lottery fund, plus BBC Children in Need, registering for the Big Christmas Give, and protective security around places of worship.
With changes to the Free School Meals provision announced for the summer holidays, find out about End Hunger Cornwall, and the work that still needs to be done.
Non-covid-related funding opportunities for organisations working with people with disabilities, housing, planting trees, and rehoming pets
We all have a responsibility to protect children and young people by knowing the signs of sexual abuse. Find out how to report any concerns. #SpeakOutStopAbuse
Free parenting courses now available online, to support parents, grandparents and carers of children from birth up to the age of 18.
Vodaphone is partnering with three charities to launch the Great British Tech Appeal, to receive publicly donated phones and tables for redistribution to families and individuals in need.
A round up of mental health information for children and young people from a range of organisations in Cornwall.
Find out about Tempo Time Credits, a way of earning credits to spend on leisure activities, through volunteering. Targeted to vulnerable families and young people. Also professional support forums.
The Sensory Trust have a variety of activities on their website to help people connect to nature and support their mental health and wellbeing.
Keeping children safe online – what resources are there to help those who find themselves with kids at home right now? Protect children and young people against cyber bullying.
Covid 19 update – support for renters, and with energy bills, for vulnerable children as schools close, free mobile access to NHS info, and a National Emergencies Trust appeal has launched.
National Child Exploitation Awareness Day is on 18 March. Find out more, and get hold of some images to use on your social media to help the campaign.
Government consultations around the DWP engaging with disabled people, care leavers provision, rthe dormant assets scheme, and the Victims’ Code.
Cornwall Council has approved a budget that will improve social care provision, as well as climate change plans, rural transport, and waste, and introduce a Real Living Wage for Council staff.
March awareness raising: Cancer and other health conditions, Fair Trade, inequality, debt, family safety, St Piran, World Book Day, women, stopping smoking, forests, single parents, and more!