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New report on relationships between statutory and VCS mental health organisations

Source By: The Centre for Mental Health

The Centre for Mental Health has published a new report, Arm in arm: The relationships between statutory and voluntary sector mental health organisations, commissioned by the Association of Mental Health Providers. It warns that voluntary and community organisations face numerous financial barriers including reductions in local government funding, short-term and ‘more for less’ contracts, unpredictable and delayed decision-making, and the unintended consequences of national policies.

 

Based on interviews with both commissioners and providers of voluntary sector mental health support, the report shows that commissioners in both local government and the NHS were keenly aware of the extra value that voluntary and community organisations can bring. But they were frustrated that competition for contracts often stopped organisations from working well together and could lead to some going out of business altogether.

 

You can download the report here.


Jewish Child's Day Grants- Deadline 31 August 2019

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

Jewish Childs Day aim to assist disabled, disadvantaged, neglected or abused Jewish children worldwide. Deadline 31 August.

 

Click here to find out more- http://www.community-matters.org.uk/web_app/article.php?id=783


The Inman Charity- Deadline 31 August 2019

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

Grants are available for registered charities in the UK carrying out medical, social welfare or general welfare activities with disadvantaged people. Deadline 31 August.

Click here to find out more- http://www.community-matters.org.uk/web_app/article.php?id=795


Ashworth Charitable Trust - UK Inc. NI.- Deadline 31 August 2019

Source By: Communtiy Matters Yorkshire

The Ashworth Charitable Trust (“the Trust”) is a small grant-making charity. It was created primarily to support humanitarian causes operating locally, nationally and internationally, as opposed to animal or utilitarian projects. For the most part, the Trust looks to fund projects and not core funding. Deadline 31 August.

 

Click here to find out more- http://www.community-matters.org.uk/web_app/article.php?id=254


Kelly Family Charitable Trust- Deadline 1 September 2019

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

The Kelly Family Trust is interested in funding charities whose activities involve the whole family in initiatives that seek to tackle problems that face one or more of its members, and whose aims include the strengthening of family bonds by helping all elements of the family unit to grow together and support each other. Deadline 01 September.

 

Click here to find out more- http://www.community-matters.org.uk/web_app/article.php?id=417


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