We are here to support, promote and develop voluntary and community action in Middlesbrough.


Teesside Stroke Club thank MVDA for help raising £75,000

22 January 2020 - 5:44pm

The National Lottery Community Fund has awarded Teesside Stroke Club a grant of £74,000 recently with thanks given to our fundraising officer John Atkinson.

Ted Docherty, Chairman of Teesside Stroke Club said:

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Advance notice of funding - Supporting Working Carers in Middlesbrough

22 November 2019 - 2:13pm

On behalf of the Middlesbrough Carers Strategic Partnership, MVDA expects to publish a new funding opportunity imminently to support working carers. It is anticipated that the funding will be in the form of one grant award of up to £50,000 over a 12-month period to one or more voluntary organisations working together to support carers in any firm, company or organisation in Middlesbrough.

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Cold Weather Fund open for applications

16 October 2019 - 10:43am

Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government are providing up to £1million of the Cold Weather Fund to Homeless Link to administer funding to charitable organisations that are not commissioned by local authorities.  The project’s overall aim is to financially support local providers in helping people sleeping rough off the streets this winter.

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HMPPS and Clinks Funding Event

18 September 2019 - 11:50am

HM Prison and Probation Service (HMPPS) is shortly launching its next grant funding programme for 2020-2022.  Clinks and HMPPS are holding an information event in York on 24 September to provide further details on the grant programme to voluntary organisations who may wish to apply.  The grant programme aims to enable the voluntary sector to contribute to better outcomes for people in public sector prisons, the National Probation Service and y

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Suicide Prevention Grassroots Funding

6 September 2019 - 8:50am

This funding is provided by the Tees Suicide Prevention Taskforce on behalf of Local Authorities (Hartlepool/Middlesbrough/Redcar & Cleveland/Stockton-on-Tees) through funding allocated by the second year of NHS England funding and is part of a number of initiatives that aim to reduce suicide rates in line with the national ambition of a reduction of 10% by 2020-2021.

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