Thanks to a donation from the SCOPE Local People Programme, we now have two lightweight, folding, portable ramps available to hire.
These are great for events where there is a single step at the entrance or somewhere within the venue. Having a ramp instead of a step can be helpful for people with buggies, people who use walking frames and people with sight impairments, as well as wheelchair users.
Both our ramps can be transported easily in the boot of a car. One is 2ft long, and the other is 4ft long.
We will be working with SCOPE now to produce some guidance on how to make your activities and events more accessible in all sorts of ways. Watch this space…
How do we make change for good through collective action?
Organised by Brighton & Hove Community Land Trust
Three interactive one-day courses teaching skills that will help you with your campaigning, activism, or simply at work or in your neighbourhood. The training gives you a framework to use and practical tools to try, and is great for housing groups, co-ops, community organisations of all shapes and sizes and interested individuals.
These three courses are designed to be attended together for maximum learning and benefit, but courses can be attended individually.
Have you got an idea or are you starting up a new group, business or activity that’s good for the community or environment but you aren’t sure whether it’s charitable or commercial?
Join The Good Business Club and Community Works on Thursday 30th January for an introduction to the world of charities, community groups, and social enterprise to get clarity and confidence to start up your social impact venture.
You’ll leave this event with:
Clarity on the difference between a charity, community group and social enterprise
Clarity on legal structures and which would be most suitable for your venture
Information about funding opportunities you can access
Information about the support you can access to help you get started
New connections to purpose-driven individuals
Guidance on what steps you can take to get started straight away
All sessions and activities throughout the event will be hosted by experienced specialists in these areas, including legal experts, who are all on hand to answer any questions you might have throughout the event.
If you have any questions please contact email@example.com or call 01273 234023.
For the next round of the Brighton and Hove Legacy Fund, Sussex Community Foundation are particularly keen to receive applications from smaller groups who might not have benefitted from a grant previously.
Deadline: Friday 10th January 2020 (Decisions in Spring 2020)
About the Brighton & Hove Legacy Fund
B&H Legacy Fund – Children & Young People makes grants to not-for-profit organisations which support the educational and personal development of children and young people of Brighton & Hove.
Grants of up to £5,000 are available.
Applications should be made on the standard Sussex Community Foundation application form.
Beneficiary age range – up to 25 years
Grants are to support community and voluntary organisations that deliver one or more of the following outcomes:
Support children and young people to improve their educational attainment
Support young people to maximise their employability including developing entrepreneurship
Encourage participation by children and young people in positive activities that support physical and emotional health, social, learning or personal development
Support young people to volunteer & engage in community and social action
Support for children and young people who face barriers to achieving their full potential
Do you want to take your group to the next level? Maybe you want to access more funding or you are thinking of taking on paid staff.
Community Works are running a workshop on legal structures: learn the difference between various legal structures and find which one suits you best. You will have the time and space to think about important issues such as whether to have voting members, how you will be funded and whether or not to incorporate.
2-hour session running:
When: Wednesday 4 December 2019 from 10.00am to 12.00pm
Where: Large Meeting Room, Community Works, 3rd Floor, Community Base Building, 113 Queen’s Rd, Brighton BN1 3XG
RadioReverb is announcing an opportunity for community groups and charities in Brighton & Hove to nominate themselves as our Charity of the Year.
We are looking to support a local good cause in 2020 by becoming a media partner offering the following benefits:
On-air promotion of your work and events
Trails and audio for your fundraising and promotional activities
Social media promotion of your activities to our 11,000+ followers
Podcasts of appeals
Any other support which we can offer to suit your needs.
RadioReverb is Brighton’s grassroots local radio station, broadcasting on FM and DAB+ in the city and beyond, and globally via radioreverb.com
We have a dedicated listenership in excess of 40,000 people, and are committed to providing a platform to highlight the vast range of Brighton & Hove’s cultural, musical, social and community events and talent. We offer an important space for marginalised voices to be heard.
We welcome applications from not-for-profit and charity organisations in Brighton & Hove, who would like to spread the impact of their message to more people in 2020 with RadioReverb as their media partner.
How to apply:
Send us up to 500 words describing your group’s work, how it helps local people and how you would benefit from being RadioReverb’s Charity of the Year in 2020. If you are a registered charity, please include your charity number.
Brighton & Hove Council have extended the deadline for the third and final round of their Resilience Fund and Engagement Fund grant programmes for 2019-20. The deadline will now be Friday 25th October.
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