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The BME Express: Edition 32

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Funding News

Sport England Small Grants Fund
  • will only fund formally constituted not-for-profit organisations and statutory bodies
  • awards from £300 to £10,000
  • need to have a written constitution or governing document which contains a clear not-for-profit statement and charitable dissolution clause
  • have to meet Tier 1 of the Code for Sports Governance before any payment will be made
  • will focus funding on adults and young people aged 14 or over
  • be deliverable in a 12-month period from the date of our award letter
Department for Education
  •  between £500 and £1,000 available to help applicants set up a childminder business or agency in England
  • funding is available to applicants who are registered with Ofsted (for three months or less) or a childminder agency, have an early year’s registration certificate and are going to offer the 30 hours of childcare entitlement for 3 and 4-year olds
  • deadline: 31st March 2018
  • only open to newly registered businesses
Help the Homeless
  • up to £5,000
  • deadline: 15th March 2018
  • must have a turnover of less than £1million
  • aim is to help homeless people return to the community and enabling them to resume a normal life
  • available for capital costs and are made to organisations that include small groups as well as established residential and training facilities
Government Equalities Office: Women’s Vote Centenary Grants Scheme
  • for not-for-profit projects in England
  • round 1 has a pot of around £700,000 and provides grants of between £30,000 and £125,000. It is expected that around 8 to 12 projects will receive funding in this round
  • round 2 has a pot of around £400,000 and provides grants of between £2,000 and £65,000
Sector Updates

BBC Radio Lancashire Community Hero Awards 2018

The idea of the awards is to recognise unsung heroes from across the county, with entries being sought in a variety of categories. They are designed to reflect everything from good neighbours to voluntary work.


• Volunteer of the Year Award - Awarded to a person or group who make a real difference to the community by giving up their time voluntarily to help out a charity or good cause.

• Blue Light Award - Awarded to a member of the emergency services for going over-and-above in the line of duty.

• Carer Award - Awarded to someone who improves the life of an individual or group of people by caring for them on a regular basis.

• Good Neighbour Award - Awarded to an individual or group that helps make the neighbourhood or local community a better place to live or work, either on a regular basis or through a single act of kindness.

• The Education Award - Awarded to a member of the education sector for outstanding commitment to their profession.

• The Ben Ashworth Award for Fundraising - Awarded to an individual or group who has gone the extra mile to raise funds for a charity or good cause.

• The Courage Award - Awarded to an individual or group who have shown bravery or demonstrated an act of great courage in the face of adversity.

• Community Project of the Year Award - Awarded to an innovative project that has helped to genuinely changed the lives of others within the community.

• The Companionship Award - Awarded to an individual or group that has gone out of their way to help combat loneliness or social isolation within the older community.

To make a nomination, click here and fill in the form.
Closing date: midnight on Tuesday, 3 April 2018

Volunteer Regional Advisory Committee Chair & Members, North Region (BBC Children in Need)
BBC Children in Need are currently looking for a Voluntary Advisory Committee Chair and Committee Members in the North region.
BBC Children in Need exists to make a positive difference to the lives of disadvantaged children and young people across the UK. Our refreshed objectives and activities will ensure the impact we have on childrens lives is front and centre of the work the charity undertakes over and above the projects and services we fund.
Our focus is on finding and funding the inspiring ideas that change childrens lives.
And whilst we know that every child deserves a childhood that is safe, happy and secure, we know too that a growing number of children are experiencing ever increasing and more complex levels of disadvantage. In order to find and fund the inspiring ideas, we will build on our commitment across the organisation to work collaboratively with all those who share our aspirations for children and young people.

The Chair will be responsible for leading the Advisory Committee meeting. Both the Chair and Committee Members will be expected to demonstrate unbiased, clear and supportive leadership; an ability to manage a diverse range of personalities and experiences, and lead the committee through difficult decision-making by placing the balance of emphasis on information and objectivity.
The Chair will not normally be expected to undertake reads on individual applications. Their role in the application/assessment process will be to maintain an overview and ensure a robust and positive decision making process.
Appointments are of a voluntary nature. They are initially made for a three year period, and confirmed by the BBC Children in Need Appeal Trustees. Appointments are subject to satisfactory references and an ID check. In addition to this Committee members are required to sign up to Terms of Reference and a Code of Conduct. Committee members are also required to sign a BBC Children in Need Personal Disclosure Form, a Fit and Proper Persons Declaration and an annual Declaration of Interest. Advisory Committee members are expected to strictly observe confidentiality on matters relating to grant applications.

Revoelution Co-ordinator
Revoelution is the resident-led Partnership that steers the Big Local programme in Revoe. It has appointed Blackpool FC Community Trust (BFCCT) to act as its ‘locally trusted organisation’ for legal purposes of employing staff and managing contracts. The Community Trust is the charitable arm of Blackpool FC, delivered as a separate organisation, in partnership, with a focus on engaging, developing, inspiring and supporting the people of Blackpool to live better lives.

The post holder will be expected to develop, and deliver, with numerous partners, the next phase of the Revoelution’s Big Local Plan (2018-2019).

You will be expected to develop existing and new partnerships with key agencies from across Blackpool and the Fylde areas whilst building strong working relationships with, Blackpool Council, local schools, businesses, community organisations and voluntary agencies working in the area

How to apply:

Should you wish to apply for this role please email your CV to and then complete the application form at If you would prefer to use a word/paper version of the application form, you can download this here and return to Jason White by email: or by post to Blackpool FC Community Trust, Seasiders Way, Blackpool, FY1 6JJ before 5pm, Thursday 8th March, 2018 .

For an informal conversation regarding the role, please contact Alison Gilchrist 01539 725195.

This job will be subject to satisfactory references and enhanced DBS procedures.

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