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Oliver Ford Charitable Trust

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

Oliver Ford Charitable Trust supports education and training of children, young persons or adults who have learning disabilities or learning difficulties, through landscape gardening and interior education.


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Premier League & The FA Facilities Fund Small Grants Scheme

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

The Premier League and The FA Facilities Fund Small Grants Scheme awards grants of up to 10,000 for the provision of capital items, or to refurbish/improve existing facilities.

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The 4Front Project - Support Worker

Source By: The 4Front Project

We are currently looking for a new Support Worker to join our core team. The role will entail working at a grassroots level to empower young people who have been victims of serious violence. The role will also include empowering men who are currently on probation across Essex and Bedfordshire, who identify as Black British, African, Caribbean or Mixed Heritage. 


We are looking for someone who has experience working within a criminal justice setting. Experience working at a hyper-local community level (estate based), or in YOIs or PRUs/ Alternative Provisions is also desirable. More information about the role can be found here:

Gary Francis young achiever awards - nominate now!

Source By: Hackney CVS

The Gary Francis achievement awards are held each year to recognise local young people who achieve against the odds.

Winners receive a one off payment of £250 and an achievement certificate.

We are now inviting nominations from local voluntary and community organisations. 

Read more about Gary Francis awards here:

Nominate a young person for an award here:

The awards ceremony
The Gary Francis awards will all be presented along with the Adiaha Antigha awards on 27 March 2019 at Hackney CVS in our newly refurbished offices in Dalston. If you want to attend this event please register here:

Making Hackney and City of London Autism Friendly

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Have your Say

Autistic residents, carers and people with family or friends who are autistic are being asked to share their views in a consultation to help develop Hackney and City of London's first autism strategy.


The information will be used to help shape and improve services for autistic people in Hackney and help make the borough more autism friendly. The consultation and strategy is being co-produced with Hackney's Autism Alliance Board which includes autistic residents.

The questionnaire is available at:   and closes on Tuesday 2nd April 2019. To get a hard copy of the questionnaire or to order it in another format or language please call

020 8356 4016 or email   

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