Affordable Trust fundraising training - Thursday 18th May 2017
This course is designed to help you secure more funding from charitable trusts and foundations. The course costs just £99 plus VAT and runs from 9.30am to 4pm. The venue is St Martins Church Centre, Edgbaston St, Birmingham B5 5BB (very close to New St Station).
The course consists of the following elements:
Researching target trusts and finding trusts that are not in other guides
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On behalf of Reef TV:
We are making a brand new and exciting programme for Channel 4: A NATIONWIDE EVENT TO FIND BRITAIN’S BEST VILLAGE 2017.
We are now looking for villages to apply to take part in the programme. It will be a fantastic opportunity to showcase the villages and there will be a cash prize awarded to the winning village. We of course would like the villages of WARWICKSHIRE to apply. This is a wonderful opportunity that we believe the UK Villages would be proud to be a part...
WRCC Back & 4th have recently expanded our fleet to 13 minibuses. All the minibuses are fully accessible with 16 seats and are driven by our DBS-checked volunteers. If you are a community group or other not-for-profit organisation you can speak to us about hiring one of these vehicles. Rates are surprisingly affordable and you can hire for full or part days.
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The National Housing Federation’s annual snapshot of the housing market in England.
Home Truths is the National Housing Federation’s annual look at the housing market in England. It is published as nine separate regional reports and provides local data on affordability, unemployment rates and the shortfall in housing supply.
Community-led housing has been given a boost from a new annual £60 million fund which will help almost 150 councils tackle the problem of high levels of second homeownership in their communities.
The Community Housing Fund will put local groups in the driving seat and help them deliver affordable housing aimed at first-time buyers in response to the problem second homes can cause in reducing supply.
Warwickshire Rural Housing Association (WRHA) is set to develop a potential 42 much needed affordable homes in six Warwickshire villages this year.
All the new properties are being built specifically for local people to help enable them to stay in the villages in which they have been brought up.
Work will be starting on site in the South Warwickshire villages of Broom and Long Compton in February.