We are looking for organisations to work with us on improving the lives of Women, Girls and LGBT+ people in Nottingham. We want small, grassroots organisations to apply for our small grant to do short projects or activities that include at least one of the following:
Addressing Isolation in the LGBT+ community in Nottingham
- Including supporting existing work to promote healthy relationships.
Providing Safe Physical and Virtual Spaces for women
- Support communities through providing physical and/or online space, particularly women who face increased social isolation or multiple barriers to inclusion.
- To offer support in times of crisis, hardship and poverty – this means financial difficulties, or need for support and advice around practical day to day needs.
- To give these communities a strong voice within mainstream services, partners and organisations. To offer support in times of crisis, hardship and poverty.
Support for Women’s Voices
- Enabling women to challenge cultural stereotypes, championing Nottingham as a zero tolerance city for misogyny and female genital mutilation.
How to Apply
To apply please contact Joanne on: [email protected] we will then arrange a meeting where we will discuss your project and talk through the application form. Please do get in touch with us if you would like to chat through whether this grant is suitable for you, we are more than happy to help you with this process and discuss ways we can work together.
Application forms and more detailed guidance will be provided at our meeting. Grants will be around £500 – £750.
The deadline for applications this round is Wednesday July 31st
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This small grant funding is part of three year Nottingham City Council Communities of Identity funding stream to Nottingham Women’s Centre and partner organisations.
Nottingham Women’s Centre (NWC) requests proposals from suitably qualified organisations or individuals to undertake an independent evaluation of the Help Through Crisis (HTC) programme.
The Help through Crisis programme is funded by Big Lottery and aims to help people overcome immediate difficulties and be ready for opportunities and challenges ahead.
Together with several other partners, NWC will work to deliver the HTC programme in order to address hardship crisis that women experience. The programme started in August 2016 and will run for five years until July 2020.
The intended outcomes of the project are:
- People who have experienced hardship crisis are better able to improve their circumstances.
- People who are at high risk of experiencing hardship crisis are better able to plan for the future. Organisations are better able to support people to effectively tackle hardship through sharing learning and evidence.
- Those experiencing, or who are at high risk of experiencing, hardship crisis, have a stronger, more collective, voice, to better shape a response to their issues
Aim of this evaluation
We intend to engage an External evaluator who will sit alongside our organisation throughout the programme, contributing to the success of the project. We expect the Evaluator to contribute on an ongoing, regular basis, enabling the partnership to learn from its experiences and those of its beneficiaries, in order that the quality of provision and the impact achieved might be improved frequently and incrementally. We would expect engagements to be in the form of frequent and regular engagements, updates, commentaries and reports, followed by a final evaluation at the end of the programme.
The aim of this evaluation is to assess the effectiveness and impact of HTC and identify good practice and learning. Key questions that we wish the evaluation to answer include:
- To what extent have the four project outcomes been achieved?
- What were the main contributory factors to the achievement of the outcomes?
- Have there been any unexpected outcomes?
- How has learning (for the project, partnership and sector) been captured and how has this learning informed the project during its lifetime?
- What lessons and good practice have emerged that can inform future activity by the partnership and beyond?
For further information on methodology, reporting requirements, resources and timeline please download the application form below. All applications and supporting documents must be submitted by 30th October 2017. Interviews, if required, will be held in w/c 6th November 2017, applicants will be notified of the outcome shortly after.
NWC HTC evaluation brief and application 2