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Meet the Funder Session (West Norfolk)
Find out how your voluntary group, social enterprise, church, sports club, or charity can benefit from unrestricted funding by using Easyfundraising. 
Becky from easyfundraising will show you how your volunteers, staff and supporters can use the easyfundraising platform to raise donations for free for your organisation when they shop with leading retailers. 
This free online event takes place at 10am on Weds 23rd March.  Please use the button below to email us for more information.     
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Short Deadlines
UK Youth Fund Thriving Minds
Grants of £15,000 - £50,000 are available for organisations working to improve mental health support and provision for young people (8 - 25 years) and youth workers. 
Projects will directly engage with at least one of the following:
  • Young people from racialised communities.
  • Young people living in poverty.
  • Young people dealing with trauma.
  • Young people suffering adversity due to their gender or sexuality.
  • Young people living in rural communities.
The deadline for applications is Sun 20th March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Norfolk Household Support Fund
Norfolk VCSE organisations can apply for grants to provide beneficiaries with a maximum of £50 per household to help with food/fuel costs.  Applicants should have identified specific households to receive this support and should have a plan in place for getting this support to them without delay.  The deadline for applications is midday on Mon 21st March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Justice Together Influencing Grants
Grants of £90,000 - £400,000 are available for not-for-profit organisations and partnerships working to change systems or structures in the immigration sector.  The deadline for applications is Mon 21st March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Safer Beginnings Onwards Grants
Grants of £15,000 - £40,000 are available to local not-for-profit organisations working with women and girls who are at risk of, or living within, circumstances of violence and harm.  Funding will be used to improve maternal safety and outcomes of women and girls by supporting the development of services which address issues such as obstetric violence, female genital mutilation/cutting, domestic violence, coercion, financial abuse, and pregnancy informed by previous sexual or physical trauma.  The deadline for applications is 10am on Thurs 24th March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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The Finnis Scott Foundation
Grants of up to £10,000 are available for registered charities working in horticulture and plant sciences, and fine art and art history.  The deadline for applications is Fri 25th March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Impetus Youth Employment and Race Equity
Grants of £30,000 - £100,000 (per year for two years) are available for organisations who help young people from ethnic minority backgrounds get into employment.  The deadline for applications is Sun 27th March.  For more information, please click the button below.
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Khyentse Foundation Trisong
Grants of up to £5,000 are available for organisations to promote mental health and wellbeing.  Projects will have principles of kindness and compassion.  Applications are encouraged that relate to depression, anxiety, substance abuse and addiction, prison outreach, domestic violence, end-of-life care or hospice, mental illness, spiritual caregiving and pastoral counselling, and psychosocial education.  The deadline for applications is Thurs 31st March. 
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Woodroffe Benton Foundation
Grants of £500 - £2,500 are available to registered charities that provide care for the sick and elderly, conserve and improve the environment, promote education, and help those in need because of disaster or because of social and economic circumstances.  The deadline for applications is Thurs 31st March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Allen Lane Foundation
Grants of £500 - £15,000 are available for organisations working to make a difference in people’s lives, and aim to reduce isolation, stigma, and discrimination.  Applicants will work with at least one of the following:
  • Asylum seekers and refugees (but not groups working with a single nationality).
  • Gypsies and Travellers.
  • Migrant communities.
  • Offenders and ex-offenders.
  • Older people.
  • People experiencing mental health problems.
  • People experiencing violence or abuse
The deadline for applications is Thurs 31st March.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Innovation for All Foundation
Discretionary grants are available for registered charities with projects that use innovative and creative solutions to benefit local communities.  The deadline for applications is Thurs 31st March.  For more information, please click the button below.
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Rewilding Innovation Fund
Grants of up to £15,00 are available for rewilding projects.  Applicants could be at the early planning stages or want to develop their project.  The deadline for applications is Thurs 31st March.  For more information, please click the button below.  
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Final Round until 2023: Tudor Trust
Discretionary grants (usually over £10,000) are available for community-led groups supporting people at the margins of society.  Grants can be used for the following:
  • Core organisational costs, such as salaries, overheads, and day-to-day running costs.
  • Project grants (However this is increasingly unusual as the Trust's focus is on the whole organisation, which means that it does not usually make sense for it to fund time-limited, contained projects.)
  • Capital grants for buildings or equipment.
The fund will be closing until 2023 after this round of applications.  The deadline for applications is Thurs 31st March.  For more information, please click the button below.
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Voluntary and Community Frontline Sector Support Grant: Homelessness and Rough Sleeping
Grants are available for organisations working to prevent homelessness and rough sleeping. 
The grants are available in the following lots:
  • Lot 1 - £850,000 - £1.2 million (per year) - Increase the capacity and capability of the sector to prevent and relieve rough sleeping and homelessness.
  • Lot 2 - £750,000 to £950,000 (per year) - Deliver specific advice to help frontline workers resolve individual cases.
  • Lot 3 - £450,000 to £600,000 (per year) - Enable stronger local strategic partnerships.
  • Lot 4 - £175,000 to £225,000 (per year) - Developing the faith and community sector.
The deadline for applications is Fri 1st April.  For more information, please click the button below.  
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National Allotment Gardens Trust
Grants of £250 - £2,000 are available for registered allotment associations and committees for the improvement and development of facilities on permanent and registered allotment gardens.  The deadline for applications is Fri 1st April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Music for All
Grants of up to £1,500 are available for community groups to bring musical projects to their community.  Priority will be given to applicants who are most in need of help.  The deadline for applications is Fri 1st April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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The Ironmongers’ Company STEM Projects
Grants of up to £10,000 are available for charities with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) projects that work with young people between 12 – 18 years.  The deadline for applications is Fri 1st April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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LEGO Foundation Build a World of Play 
Awards are available for projects which focus on young children’s wellbeing while addressing social issues worldwide, including (but not limited to):
  • Access to early childhood care and education.
  • Adequate nutrition.
  • Eradication of toxic stress in homes and communities.
  • Reduction of violence in homes and communities.
  • Protection from pollution.
  • Supporting the social and emotional wellbeing of the whole family.
Ten finalists will be selected and receive approximately $1 million to strengthen their plans.  Three of these will receive approximately $30 million, and two runners up will receive $15 million.  The deadline for applicants to register is 4pm Thurs 7th April (US Central time).  For more information, please click the button below. 
 
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Children's Summer Playschemes
Grants of £500 - £1,000 are available for registered charities wit8h children’s summer playschemes.  Playschemes will run for a minimum of two weeks across the summer holidays.   The deadline for applications is midday on Fri 8th April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Rural Communities Support
Grants of up to £25,000 are available for not-for-profit organisations working to create resilient and sustainable rural communities.  Projects will be working towards to improving the long-term viability and resilience of their community.  The deadline for applications is midday on Tues 12th April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Food for the Planet Small Grants

Grants of up to £5,000 are available for projects which campaign and advocate to make food in their area better for people and the planet.  The deadline for applications is Fri 15th April.  For more information, please click the button below.
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The Fore

Grants of up to £15,000 are available for not-for-profit organisations working with marginalised groups.  The funding is intended to help organisations take a major step forward, increase efficiency, or grow.  The fund opens for registration at 10am on Tues 19th April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Aviva Community Fund (with Crowdfunding)

Match funding grants are available to not-for-profit organisations seeking to raise up to £50,000 and addressing themes of climate champions and financial empowerment.  The deadline for applications is Weds 20th April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Steel Charitable Trust

Grants of £10,000 - £25,000 are available to registered charities working in arts and heritage, education, environment, health, or social and economic disadvantage.  The deadline for applications is Weds 20th April.  For more information, please click the button below. 
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Norfolk County Council have the following open tenders:

For more information about these, please use the button below to register on to the Council's Tender Notice portal.
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Framework Agreement for Supported Living for Adults - Lot 4 Autism

Documents available until: 10am on Mon 21st March
Norfolk County Council has established a multi supplier framework agreement for the provision of supported living accommodation and support. This application is for LOT 4 – Autism and is for providers to support people with Autism.  The Framework Agreement commenced in January 2019. This new lot 4 for Autism will commence in April 2022
This Framework for Autism Supported Living is part of a wider piece of work for commissioners to work with our market and partners to establish clearer recovery pathways and options for people with Autism. We want to support more people to live independently.
Successful Providers for Lot 4 will provide supported living care and support packages for individuals to enable them to live in the community with support. Norfolk County Council envisages developing different types of housing-based provision for adults with Autism.

Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) Assessment Service

Documents available until: 10.36am on Thurs 31st March
Norfolk County Council is considering going out to procurement for the provision of Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS) Assessments to support a reduction in our backlog of referrals, in preparation for LPS (Liberty Protection Safeguards). We are inviting engagement from providers who can provide suitably qualified and experienced Best Interests Assessors to carry out the relevant DoLS assessments for adults aged 18 years and above in care homes.


Application for Adult Residential and Nursing Care Framework

This is an application process to be appointed to the Norfolk County Council open framework agreement for Adult residential and nursing care homes.
What is it?
  • A Framework Agreement is an umbrella agreement which enable the Council to quickly place orders (aka call-off contract). By signing up to the Framework, providers are confirming that they want to work with us on the terms stated in the agreement
  • Providers are invited to complete an application form to join the Framework Agreement. This Framework is compliant with the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 (as amended) The Framework Agreement will last for 5 years with an option to extend by a further 5 years.

Framework Agreement for Tutors to Children and Young People

Norfolk County Council wishes to procure an open framework with a range of providers delivering face to face and on-line tutorial services. The framework will be for 5 years, with the option to extend for up to a further 5 years; subject to agreement of Norfolk County Council with the service providers. The Council is subject to the Public Contracts Regulations 2015 and will be carrying out this procurement in accordance with the Light Touch Regime which applies to education and children’s services.  Bids may be submitted at any time. 
 

Public Health Primary Care Contract

Applications are invited to deliver primary care services (formerly called local enhanced services), which have been divided into the following lots:
  • Lot 1A – NHS Healthcheck Programme: the identification and invitation of the eligible population.
  • Lot 1B – NHS Healthcheck Programme: delivery of the NHS Health Check (including Standard Operating Procedures)
  • Lot 1C – NHS Healthcheck Programme: Community Records Update.
  • Lot 2A – National Chlamydia Screening Programme, Emergency Hormone Contraception (EHC) and Pregnancy Testing.
  • Lot 2B – Fitting and management of contraceptive implants and intrauterine devices (IUD) / Intrauterine Systems (IUS).
  • Lot 3A – Stop Smoking service provision.
  • Lot 3B – Supply of Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT).
Providers can apply for one or any combination of Lots.
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