Are you a voluntary or community organisation working in or across Cleveland that can support people affected by, at risk of, or involved in serious violence? If so, this is an opportunity for you.
Working with the Police and Crime Commissioner, Cleveland’s Unit for the Reduction of Violence (CURV) has already supported voluntary and community organisations with over £500,000 worth of funding, and additional funds will become available over the coming years to further support a range of activities.
CURV and Middlesbrough Voluntary Development Agency (MVDA) are hosting 4 sessions across the Tees Valley to support organisations to develop their skills at making funding applications, and showcasing their work and impact through meaningful evaluation processes. The aim is to help organisations be more successful when applying for funds, whenever they become available, for CURV and non-CURV funding sources. The four sessions are being held in:
Here at Catalyst, we are delighted to be able to support these sessions by hosting the Stockton-based session on Thursday 9th March from 10am – 4pm at Catalyst House, 27 Yarm Road, TS18 3NJ. Breaks are included and lunch is provided.
You can find out more and book your space on the Stockton session or one of the other three sessions here