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It is easy for us to assume that every child has a choice in what they would like to do with their life. However, a lot of the time that is not the case. Many students have recently received their GCSE and A level results but for many of them that is the end of their education. Most of them will be privileged one enough to have supportive parents who will encourage them to pursue further education and develop themselves. But for the remaining children, the future is much more bleak.
They will be sent abroad for marriage, told to look after the house or in some cases forced in to education that they do not want. In an age where everyone is told that they have the right to choose, isn't it only fair that the same right is extended to these young adults?
BBC Children in Need
BBC Children in Need offers grants to charities and non-profit organisations that support and work with children and young people who are disadvantaged and face challenges in their lives.
Regional Officer, Lydia Tither, will be at Burnley, Pendle & Rossendale CVS' office on Thursday, 8 September to talk about BBC Children in Need grants. There is lots of information about the grants on the BBC Children in Need website If you would like to find out more please book a place:
Thursday 8 September 10:00 am - 11:00 am Venue: BPRCVS, 62-64 Yorkshire Street, Burnley, BB11 3BT
If you have a project idea in mind, there are a limited number of one-to-one appointments available. Please enquire when you book your place.
Contact Irene Hardy 01282 433740 ext. 1010
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Places of Worship Security Funding Scheme
Part of a cross-government programme to stop all forms of Hate Crime, this scheme will fund places of worship to provide security measures. The scheme is open to applications until 5pm on the 20th September, with a second round opening in Spring 2017.
The Big Lottery Fund is calling on local groups and organisations of all shapes and sizes to appl for their Celebrate funding, with a grant of between £300 and £10,000 available. Funding can be used to hold events or activities that will bring people together and celebrate what makes their local community special.
Windfall Community Grant Fund
The Windfall Community Grant Fund is a Hyndburn area fund that distributes proceeds from the wind farm on Oswaldwhistle Moor. Projects have to be environmental projects and have to be in Hyndburn Borough.
Yaap Charitable Trust
The Yaap Charitable Trust make grants for core running costs and salaries to small charities across England and Wales to help them continue their work. Grants are for up to £3,000 a year for up to 3 years (continuation funding is a possibility) and charities must have a total annual expenditure of less than £40,000 to be eligible.
Lancashire Environmental Fund
Grants are available for voluntary organisations for a variety of community and environmental initiatives within Lancashire. There are 3 grants (Green, Small, and Main) and further information on each, as well as deadlines, are available on their website - http://www.lancsenvfund.org.uk/home/4555871731.
Arts Council England Launches Three New Funds Celebrating Age: This £3 million fund is jointly funded by Arts Council England and the Baring Foundation and supports the shared objectives of both organisations.
This programme offers grants of between £50,000 and £100,000 to support cultural spaces and other organisations working collaboratively, in a partnership or as a consortium, to do one or more of
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