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VCS funding for Street Engagement Hub work

Manchester’s Community Safety Partnership will award £80,000 to be used to support delivery of the Greater Manchester Police and Crime Plan which focuses on keeping people safe, reducing harm and strengthen communities.

It is to be used to target some of the challenges faced from crime and ASB in the city in the day and at night-time.  This is a pilot approach from the GMCA to understand how it works and will determine future arrangements.

The purpose of this allocation of funding is for VCS 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 through the work of the Street Engagement Hub. 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.

The funding will be awarded to one successful applicant. Applications are welcomed from groups working together in a partnership with one organisation acting as the lead, accountable organisation.  Please ensure you read all the documents and complete the application form which are available here

Please note the deadline for applications is 31st March 2021 (midday) you will notified of the panels decision no later than 14th April 2021.    

If you have any questions please contact Candida Wallis via or on 0161 234 1470.

Thank you for your interest 

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