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Free communications advice this Small Charity Week - Sign up now

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We’ve teamed up with FSI for Small Charity Week’s Big Advice Day to bring you a special Speedmatching event exclusively for small charities. 

Join us on 18 June14:00-16:30 for an afternoon of free on the spot marketing and communications advice from leading media and creative industry experts. Places are limited so sign up today.

PRS- The Open Fund for Music Creators

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

The Open Fund supports the development of outstanding songwriters and composers of all genres and backgrounds and at different stages of their career. Support is available to any music creator or not-for-profit organisation whose project fits with all three of their funding priorities:

1. To support the creation, performance and promotion of outstanding new music in any genre: We are particularly interested in the quality and originality of the music
2. To enable the UK's most talented music creators to realise their potential: They are interested in how your project will develop the songwriters and composers involved. They are committed to supporting UK based songwriters and composers of all backgrounds
3. To inspire audiences: You will be asked to outline who you are reaching and how. This includes audiences at a local, regional, national or international level

Application Form: Applications are made online via the website.

Contact:  PRS for Music Foundation, 2 Pancras Square, London, N1C 4AG



CREME Communications Project Officer vacancy

Source By: Rota- Race on the agenda

Race on the Agenda (ROTA) is an independent research and social policy charity which focuses on the issues facing Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.

We are currently seeking an exceptional individual to take on the role of Communications Project Officer, working alongside our project partners Runnymede Trust and Back Training and Enterprise Group (BTEG), based in our London offices.


Salary Grade: £35,000


Conditions: Non-contributory pension of 5% (after six consecutive months);
26 days annual leave; 37.5 hour week, 3yrs, Full-time






The CRÈME (Communicating the Race Equality Message Effectively) project is funded for three years by City Bridge Trust as part of its Cornerstone partnership funding.


The project will deliver a package of communications and media support services to staff, board members and volunteers of approximately 200 London voluntary organisations over the 3 years of the project.


The project will enable excluded communities to strengthen their voice and increase their effectiveness in undertaking communications and media engagement work, thereby enabling them to better champion the value that their constituent communities bring to London.


Overarching Responsibilities will include:


Coordinating and facilitating meetings between partner organisations to respond to local, regional or national issues and opportunities in raising issues of importance to BME organisations and the people they represent.


Working with organisations across London to create campaigns and messages to shift public perceptions.


Training and advising 200 London based BAMER and race equality organisations in developing their communications skills and profile.


Closing Date: The closing date for applications is 12noon, 3rd June 2019 (by post or email). Successful candidates will be notified by Monday 10th June 2019 to attend an interview on Tuesday 18th June 2018. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.


CVs will not be accepted. Applications can be made only through the ROTA application form which must be returned along with the equal opportunities monitoring form by:


Post to: Saifur Valli, Office Manager, Race one the Agenda, Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London N7 6PA

Click here for the application pack-

Lloyds Bank Foundation - Enable Programme

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

Enable grants fund activities related to the development and improvement of your charity’s capability. Examples include:

  • Pilot initiatives, to trial new ways of delivering your programmes
  • Strengthening your monitoring systems
  • Creating stronger business plans and service development plans
  • Improving your charity’s marketing and communications
  • Investigating mergers, partnerships, shared services and contracts
  • Developing new streams of income and enterprise for your charity
  • Expanding your charity’s capacity to reach new audiences and recruit volunteers
  • Improving your structures and systems, for example in finance, HR, risk management and volunteer management
  • Quality standards (please note that if you already hold a quality mark, you cannot apply for renewal costs under the Enable programme)

Enable grants are awarded to charities that meet our eligibility criteria and have identified clear development areas which will support their growth.

Application Form: On-line eligibility questionnaire, followed by an initial application. If criteria and eligibility met, you will be contacted to complete a full application and assessment.

Deadline: Applications accepted on an ongoing basis

Contact:   0870 411 1223



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