We are very excited to announce our 2015 Social Impact Report has now been released! A lot has changed in a year, and we are proud to share with you ………
Grumpy (House of Grumpy Ltd) is a registered children’s charity of over 30 years, with a truly wonderful sense of social purpose; aiming to improve the quality and range of play opportunities available to children and young people. Based in Manchester, Grumpy Play Resource Centre is open to all trainers, artists, carers, parents, play workers, students, voluntary and non-voluntary groups and schools – everyone and anyone who works with or cares for children and young people.
Writing a bid for funding can be a daunting and confusing task, especially if you are new to the process, have only a little experience or have been unsuccessful in the past. Training courses are not always convenient either, often involving taking valuable time away from your desk and costly travel expenses.
We’re in, are you?
The 1st of June marks the beginning of Women’s Sport Week, 2015. Run by the charity Women in Sport, this campaign is an opportunity to celebrate, raise awareness and increase the profile of women’s sport across the UK.
Women in Sport is a truly inspirational organisation that campaigns for the transformation of sport, for the benefit of every woman and girl. Working in collaboration with sports bodies, funders, business and government, they aim to create more opportunities for women in every aspect of sport.
The 1st of June marks the beginning of this year’s Volunteers’ Week. Run by NCVO, with support from Volunteer Development Scotland, Volunteer Now and Wales Council for Voluntary Action, this campaign provides a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the invaluable contribution made by millions of volunteers across the UK.