Under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme, all UK employers will be able to access support to continue paying part of their employees’ salary for those that would otherwise have been laid off during the coronavirus crisis.
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Peter Sowerby Foundation: Increasing Access Fund
Female Advocate Educator
IRIS (Identification & Referral to Improve Safety)
Hours: 30 Hours
Salary: Scale: NJC 2019 scale points 23 - 25 = £26,999 - £28,785 (Pro Rata)
Hours: 37 hours per week
Salary: Starting Salary JNC Scale 6 SCP 26 - £23,866
Location: 123 Borough Road, Middlesbrough
The funding is intended to enable social enterprises across England to create deep and lasting impact, build resilience and accelerate their growth.
Two levels of funding are available:
Grants of between £10,000 and £50,000 for ventures that have been operating for under 12 months.
Community Campus ’87 Ltd is a leading social enterprise, (recently awarded Investors in People, ‘We Invest in People standard’) working to reduce homelessness and create opportunities for service users across the Tees Valley.
We are currently seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and suitably experienced Tenant Support Worker to join our existing teams.
Middlesbrough Council is looking for projects of varying sizes, from as little as £20 up to £1500, which meet one (or more) of its six priorities to help make life better for residents:
You will have seen the Prime Minister has announced tougher national restrictions in England from Thursday.
Nepacs is a regional charity which supports positive futures for prisoners and their families.
Nepacs has been awarded National Lottery Community Fund grant to develop an exciting new project over the next three years to improve advice and support for prisoners and their families when they first come into custody.
The funding is intended for local charities and community organisations that are working to tackle food poverty in communities across the UK. A total of £1.5 million is available across the UK; most grants will be in the £2,000 to £10,000 range.