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Third Sector Resilience Funding - now open!

The £20million fund to support organisations across the third sector who are at risk of closure due to the disruption caused by Coronavirus. The fund will distribute emergency funds over the coming months.

The Third Sector Resilience Fund is delivered by Firstport, Social Investment Scotland and the Corra Foundation and is part of a £350million support package announced by the Scottish Government for the sector.

Find out more here

Scottish Government Funding - Further Support to be announced (No Full Details Yet)

National Emergencies Trust - A National Coronavirus appeal has been launched to raise funds for local charities and grassroots organisations. In Scotland, funds will be distributed by Foundation Scotland, a Wellbeing Fund - A £50 million Wellbeing Fund will provide support to third sector partners, and Supporting Communities Fund - A 40 million fund will support community efforts at local level

Martin Lewis Fund

The fund is to release £1,000,000 from his personal charity fund to provide grants of £5,000 to £20,000 to small registered charities, or local arms of bigger charities, across the UK – to help with specific UK coronavirus-related poverty relief projects.

Examples could include foodbanks, charities engaged in community aid, financial advice help and more. My hope is to get the money distributed within the next couple of weeks, and I'm looking for projects that are up and running, or are in the process of being set up – as we want to deliver help at speed.

Deadline 25th March midnight.

Tender - Youth Health Services, Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership

The Glasgow Health & Social Care Partnership (HSCP) is seeking a high quality forward thinking organisation(s) to deliver services which improve the mental health and wellbeing and emotional resilience of young people who are negatively affected or are at risk of being affected by poor mental health. This programme will complement the work of the HSCP workforce and partners. This programme of work will provide an important contribution to the young people’s mental health improvement framework.

Deadline Date:30/03/2020

GSEN seeking proposals for Website Development Including FAQs

Our current website has served us well and has grown with us since 2013. With a changing landscape and more people using technology than ever before we want to ensure that our website remains fit for purpose for both internal and external use.

Therefore we are seeking proposals for the development of a new website. For more information please download the brief below.

Website Development

Closing date is 26th February