Mental Health Collaborative Fund BLCF in partnership Public Health, Central Bedfordshire Council launched a new pilot funding programme to deepen collaborative ways of working for newly developed partnerships to benefit young people aged 16-25 years experiencing Mental Health issues. The funding programme was aimed at supporting the following key groups of young
BEDFORDSHIRE AND LUTON COMMUNITY FOUNDATION (BLCF) SECURES A FUTHER 4 YEAR CONTRACT WITH LUTON RISING TO DELIVER THEIR AMBITIOUS PLANS TO SUPPORT LUTON’S COMMUNITIES (BEDFORDSHIRE) BLCF has been awarded a further 4 1/2 years contract to deliver the programme of community and VCSE grants as part of Luton Rising’s
Queen Elizabeth II said, “It has been women who have breathed gentleness and care into the hard progress of humankind.” At EVOLVE, gender equality and empowering women is at the heart of everything we do and the Queen challenged gender norms throughout her 70-year reign. She was also the longest-serving
Arts Council England ‘Let’s Create’ Jubilee Fund Made possible thanks to National Lottery players, the ‘Let’s Create Jubilee Fund’ has been administered by UK Community Foundations on behalf of Arts Council England. The programme has enabled voluntary and community organisations to develop creative and cultural events to celebrate Her Majesty
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We are seeking a dynamic Grants Manager to join our expanding team to help support the Foundation with its grant making programmes and other initiatives and to support our commitment to addressing inequality across Bedfordshire. Read more on our vacancies page by clicking here.
Bedfordshire and Luton Community Foundation (BLCF) is committed to working with partners and residents to deliver on the Luton 2040 and its five priorities and specifically: improving wellbeing and tackling inequality by reviewing how we can make our funding and programmes more equitable and accessible to those experiencing inequality and