Area Based Grant Funding Nottingham
Applications are now being sought from the local VCS for potential Lead Organisations to apply for Grant Aid Funding in each of the eight Local Areas to deliver the outcomes as outlined in the criteria. We are looking for lead organisations to work with other local VCS organisations or groups to form arrangements such as partnerships or consortia to deliver the outcomes. REFERENCE CPU 1073
Awarding body Nottingham City Council
|Est. Start Date:||01/07/2013|
|Est. End Date:||31/03/2016|
Nottingham City Council is committed to supporting a thriving local Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) .Approximately £31.1 million of funding is currently invested in the Voluntary and Community Sector each financial year through a range of channels and departments. The majority of the funding (£29.3m) is through City-wide arrangements and approximately £1.79 million is spent on a more localised basis in the City’s eight Areas per year.
Applications are now being sought from the local VCS for potential Lead Organisations to apply for Grant Aid Funding in each of the eight Local Areas to deliver the outcomes as outlined in the criteria. We are looking for lead organisations to work with other local VCS organisations or groups to form arrangements such as partnerships or consortia to deliver the outcomes.
Through this grant the consortia or partnerships will:
• Deliver activities that support the Nottingham Plan.
• Work with a range of organisations including Voluntary and Community Sector, statutory and non-statutory bodies.
• Be knowledgeable of opportunities to draw in further funding streams for the City.
• Be creative and innovative to meet the outcomes identified.
• Provide arrangements to include small localised organisations.
• Demonstrate value for money.
The funded activities will meet one or more of the categories below:
• Children and Young People’s Positive and Targeted Activities
• Employment and Skills Related Support
• Community Centre Associations (The funding will be provided to community organisations/associations to manage current Nottingham City Council local neighbourhood community centres to ensure local community use.)
Further details relating to these categories can be found in point 7.0 Category Specifications (within the Grant Aid Pack).
This pack can can be downloaded by following the link: http://nottinghamcity.selfservice.alito.co.uk. If you are a new user, please complete a self-registration form to obtain a username and password.
The application period is now open and will close on 12th February 2013 at 12-midday. It is envisaged but not essential that one organisation in each of the eight areas of the City will take the lead and will work with specialist local provider(s) to deliver the outcomes for the grant.
Please note that this will not be tendered and delivered by contract but is rather, a grant funded programme using Alito only to publicise and manage the application process.
|Contract Type||One off|
|Procurement Process||Not specified|
|Option to extend||Potential for a 2 year extension, subject to satisfactory performance and available funding|
|Estimated ValueText Description||Up to £3.97m over initial 2 years 9 months, rising up to £6.83m with 2 year extension|
|Suitable for SME||YES|
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