Applications are now open for small grants

We are awarding small grants of up to £500 for groups that are supporting women, girls and LGBT+ people around the coronavirus situation. Groups must be small grassroots, charities or voluntary groups with a turnover of less than £10,000 per year.

We will consider awarding grants to groups that are offering tailored support to their communities through:
• Helping isolated people feel more connected;
• Supporting people to manage and improve their mental health and wellbeing – through contact, activities, or referral to specialist support;
• Provision of essential items that they cannot access through other sources

The deadline for applications for this round of grants is 5pm on Monday June 1st 2020.

This small grant funding is part of the Nottingham City Council Communities of Identity funding stream to Nottingham Women’s Centre and partner organisations.

How to apply for a grant

If you would like to chat through whether this grant is suitable for you please send us an email. We are more than happy to help you with this process and discuss ways we can work together.

 


A message from Women’s Centre Management – 13.05.20

We’re still operating remotely.

Following the latest government announcement we will not be making any immediate changes to our current services here at Nottingham Women’s Centre. Our management team are meeting regularly to ensure that we are prepared for when we are able to reopen the Centre, but for now we will continue to operate remotely.

If you need to get in touch with us for any reason please do give us a call. We will do our best to help you ourselves or signpost you towards someone who can. You can reach us on 07930825030, 10am – 2pm Monday to Friday.

Mental health support.

You are welcome to join our mental health peer support group, who meet on Wednesdays from 1:00 – 2:30 via Zoom. To join please email [email protected] or call us on the number above.

Local people in mental health crisis who need immediate help can now receive support 24/7 by calling the new Nottinghamshire Foundation Trust Mental Health Helpline on 0300 303 0165. The line is open to people of all ages who live in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.  For more information click here to visit their website.

The Grief Line is a dedicated service from Nottinghamshire Hospice for those who need immediate support following bereavement. The service offers a 24/7 triage service that will ensure the grieving person will be connected to a relevant agency that can provide emotional support. The Grief Line will continue to stay in contact with that person until support has been received and will follow up post-support to assess further need. You can Phone the Grief Line on 0800 111 4451, email [email protected] or click here to visit the website.

Here are some other organisations you might find helpful during this difficult time: