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Funding Opportunities

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Cash for Kids

Grant round now open

Ggrant applications are open on the website 

If you click on grants on the main page, you will be able to access the criteria which will answer all your questions and an application form, applications close on 11th Feb at 5pm.

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Public Health Project

Public Health Liverpool and The Life Rooms have developed a pilot for a community based mental health prevention offer to support individuals and communities through the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pilot will offer help and support for all ages and will be family orientated and has been funded and shaped in partnership with Liverpool City Council Public Health Department using fixed term funds allocated to Liverpool to help manage the impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The programme will be evaluated and the findings will help inform future strategic and commissioning intentions.
This includes a £700k fund to develop a series of micro-commissioned projects with VCSE organisations that are designed to support the outcomes of the Life Rooms Public Health Programme.

There will be a Q&A webinar about the commission fund on Friday 14 January 2pm to 3pm.To register to attend please email: 

The deadline to submit expressions of interest is Monday 31 January.

Hong Kong BN(O) Welcome Grant Scheme


From January 2021, Hong Kong British Nationals (Overseas) status holders can apply for a new immigration route, enabling them and their dependents to come to the UK. Applicants and their family members will be able to live, work and study in the UK, but will not have access to public funds. The Department for Levelling Up Housing and Communities (DLUHC) created 12 “Welcome Hubs” across the UK to support new arrivals, and the North West Regional Strategic Migration Partnership (RSMP) is one of these Hubs.
There is now funding available to achieve the objectives of the Hong Kong BN(O) Welcome Grant Scheme:   

  • Enable BN(O) status holders and their dependants to be part of British society, provide a positive contribution to the areas in which they settle, both economically and socially, and be able to mix confidently with people of all backgrounds. 

  • Ensure that any instances of destitution and underemployment in the BN(O) status holder cohort is minimised and addressed through effective support. 

  • Ensure that BN(O) status holders to understand their rights and entitlements and are aware of services available to them. 

  • Ensure that emotional wellbeing needs of the BN(O) visa holders and their families are met and that they feel safe and welcome 

The deadline for Round 1 of applications is the 31st January.

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