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Grant for VCS funding for City Centre Work

We are seeking applications for funding from Voluntary and Community Sector services / organisations to deliver activities or projects that will support the work of Manchester City Council’s Anti-Social Behaviour and Rough Sleeper Teams, Greater Manchester Police and other partner agencies in the city to improve safety for residents, businesses and visitors to the City. 

We welcome applications from groups who are Manchester based, and groups working together in a partnership with one organisation acting as the lead, accountable organisation.  We welcome ideas about what would help improve safety, crime prevention, protect vulnerable people and engage people in the city centre.

Please find attached grant prospectus, application and guidance here.

If you have any queries, please e-mail  m.stacey@manchester.gov.ukAnswers will be provided to all applicants, along with the original query.

We welcome ideas about what would help improve safety, crime prevention, protect vulnerable people and engage people in the city centre.



Grant for VCS funding - Neighbourhood Projects


Manchester’s Community Safety Partnership has funding available from the Mayor’s Office to deliver the Police and Crime Plan.

The funding is available to support Community, voluntary and faith groups to fund activities to help support their local communities to feel safer, become more connected and to help create stronger communities that are working together to respond effectively and appropriately to maintain the safety of residents.
Manchester's Community Safety Partnership know that local community, voluntary and faith groups are delivering excellent work and want to award funding to these groups to deliver either new projects or ongoing activities that can illustrate the positive impact this work is having for the benefit of Manchester residents. 

Manchester Community Safety Partnership have commissioned Macc to administer the grant programme.  All details of how to apply, the guidance document, prospectus and application form are available here 

If you have any questions about this funding, please contact Anna at Macc on 0161 834 9823 or anna@macc.org.uk for more information.   




Petals' help and Advice on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)

Petals’ It is the UK ’s first web app designed to allow teenagers to learn about female genital mutilation (FGM) anonymously, and get help if they are at risk

This free app was designed by a team at Coventry University and developed with the help of local schoolchildren. 

Access the free app here


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