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Contain Outbreak Management Fund

The DHSC have released Contain Outbreak Management funding to local authorities in England.

Voluntary Action Rotherham are administering a proportion of this fund, on behalf of RMBC, in the form of small grants to organisations in order to support a programme of activity with focus on supporting those coming out of shielding, bringing back community infrastructure lost due to Covid-19 and supporting reduced social isolation, linking into and complementing existing public health programmes and activity.

Funding Criteria

The scope of applications supported will include, but not be limited to:

  • Support to implement the community buildings guidance for Covid19 safe operation
  • ICT to assist with hybrid meetings and activities
  • Wi-Fi in non-Council owned community buildings
  • Mental Health First Aid/Mental Health literacy/Suicide prevention
  • Supporting children, young people and families; older people and other identified vulnerable / priority groups
  • Befriending and support for vulnerable and shielded people to access activities

Organisations applying for funding must demonstrate the need for the funding in order to meet the aims of the fund and state what difference the funding will make to Rotherham residents.

We welcome applications for grants from organisations to respond to the impact of COVID 19 within, but not limited to, the scope as above.

Amount of funding available

The amount of funding received by the Local Authority is a one-off amount and is not continuous funding. The grants administered by VAR will need to be spent by 31st August 2022.

Grants will be given up to a maximum of £5000.

There will be a Service Level / Grant agreement with successful applicants who will be required to provide evidence of expenditure and accompanying narrative/ monitoring information including outputs/outcomes/beneficiaries (including anonymised equalities data re:  ethnicity, gender and where available disability) to Voluntary Action Rotherham which will be shared with RMBC and potentially the Government Department of Health and Social Care.

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Location: Rotherham

Value: £5,000

Deadline: 28 Jan 2022

Date Added: 14 Jan 2022

Our success rate

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Contain Outbreak Management Fund - FCS Associates

Contain Outbreak Management Fund

The DHSC have released Contain Outbreak Management funding to local authorities in England.

Voluntary Action Rotherham are administering a proportion of this fund, on behalf of RMBC, in the form of small grants to organisations in order to support a programme of activity with focus on supporting those coming out of shielding, bringing back community infrastructure lost due to Covid-19 and supporting reduced social isolation, linking into and complementing existing public health programmes and activity.

Funding Criteria

The scope of applications supported will include, but not be limited to:

  • Support to implement the community buildings guidance for Covid19 safe operation
  • ICT to assist with hybrid meetings and activities
  • Wi-Fi in non-Council owned community buildings
  • Mental Health First Aid/Mental Health literacy/Suicide prevention
  • Supporting children, young people and families; older people and other identified vulnerable / priority groups
  • Befriending and support for vulnerable and shielded people to access activities

Organisations applying for funding must demonstrate the need for the funding in order to meet the aims of the fund and state what difference the funding will make to Rotherham residents.

We welcome applications for grants from organisations to respond to the impact of COVID 19 within, but not limited to, the scope as above.

Amount of funding available

The amount of funding received by the Local Authority is a one-off amount and is not continuous funding. The grants administered by VAR will need to be spent by 31st August 2022.

Grants will be given up to a maximum of £5000.

There will be a Service Level / Grant agreement with successful applicants who will be required to provide evidence of expenditure and accompanying narrative/ monitoring information including outputs/outcomes/beneficiaries (including anonymised equalities data re:  ethnicity, gender and where available disability) to Voluntary Action Rotherham which will be shared with RMBC and potentially the Government Department of Health and Social Care.

Click here to find out more. 

Location: Rotherham

Value: £5,000

Deadline: 28 Jan 2022

Date Added: 14 Jan 2022

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants