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Third Sector Fund: Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and/or their Carers 2020/21

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Third Sector Fund: Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and/or their Carers 2020/21
Applications for funding are now open!
The Cardiff and Vale Disability Partnership Board, on behalf of the Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board, has identified some funding for charities and voluntary groups. This fund is for new and innovative third sector preventative community activities. These should be looking to reduce the isolation and loneliness caused by changes due to Covid-19 restrictions, and find creative solutions to engaging people with learning difficulties, including innovative ways of delivering activities, and new ways of doing things This Grant is to help deliver solutions across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. The Grant is administered by C3SC and follows on from an online session facilitated by C3SC to seek ideas that support improves ways of working following lockdown. The fund will be limited to £4,000 per organisation of revenue expenditure.
Aim
The revenue Grant aims to support proposals which improve the quality of life for people with learning disabilities and their carers in Cardiff and/or the Vale of Glamorgan.
Forms
Download the Application form and Guidance here or email admin@c3sc.org.uk
Where to apply
Applications/EOI are invited from third sector organisations across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.  Please complete the application form, taking into account the guidance and return to admin@c3sc.org.uk no later than 5pm on Tuesday 16 July 2020. 
Applications received after the closing date will not be considered by the panel.

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