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Sport 4 Life UK CEO Tom Clarke-Forrest is one of 10 small charity leaders awarded places on a unique initiative designed to both develop their own strategic and leadership capabilities, and transform a further 10 charities.
The National Lottery Community Fund will be distributing £200m of funding on behalf of the Government to support communities through COVID-19. The funding will support primarily small to medium sized organisations in England.
Trustees of Independent Age have released £2 million from their funds to help smaller organisations across the UK working with older people hardest hit by the Coronavirus.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Week UK Coaching (in collaboration with its awarding organisation 1st4sport, and partners Mind, the mental health charity, and Sport England) are ensuring giving the nation’s coaches access to the Mental Health for...
University of Wolverhampton researchers are to lead a project which aims to assess the effectiveness of efforts to reduce violence in the West Midlands.
To help support those who feel isolated and are suffering as a result of a loss, a new bereavement helpline is now available to people in Birmingham and Solihull, five days a week from 1 June.
In response to the challenges social enterprises and charities are facing due to coronavirus, four new Experts have joined the Human Lending Library to offer their support to the social enterprise and charity sector in the West Midlands.