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The Base LGBTQI+ support for 10-13 year olds

 

 

The BASE youth service at Barnardo’s in Whitley Bay is launching a new support group for young people aged 10-13 who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or who are questioning their sexuality or gender identity.

Taking place on Mondays from 4pm to 7pm at The BASE (26 Esplanade, Whitley Bay), the group will offer a safe space to meet other young people who are going through similar experiences. Food and refreshments are provided.

For more information contact Justine Carmichael on 0191 253 2127 or 07810540399.

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Online Safety Briefing by Northumbria Police: 20 November

 

 

 

 

 

Northumbria Police, in conjunction with South West Grid for Learning, have arranged a number of events around online safety throughout November.  Online Safety Live is a programme of events designed exclusively for professionals working with children and young people and they’re completely free to attend.

The events are two hours long and cover a broad range of online safety topics, a briefing session in its truest sense. At the end of the event all delegates receive access to an online resource area containing links to all the materials mentioned, signposting to sources of help and support as well as a live copy of the presentation itself.

The North Tyneside event takes place on Tuesday 20 November, 9.30am to 11.30am at the Langdale Centre in Wallsend.

Read more and book your place here

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Hilden Charitable Fund: Next deadline 19 December

Makes grants to projects that address disadvantage and by supporting causes which are less popular, in particular projects that:

  • address homelessness
  • support asylum seekers and refugees
  • support community-based initiatives for disadvantaged young people 16 to 25
  • deal with penal affairs

The Fund will consider supporting project costs as well as core running costs of organisations, with a preference for smaller community organisations with an income of less than £500k.

The average grant size is £5,000.

Next deadline: 19 December 2018

Application process: Online at the Hilden Charitable Fund website

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The Catherine Cookson Trust

 

 

 

 

 

The Catherine Cookson Trust supports a wide range of activities including education and training, environment and conservation, arts and culture as well as general charitable purposes. The Trust’s principal aim is to identify and meet the local needs of the area in which Dame Catherine was brought up and resided. In particular the Trust supports work with young or disadvantaged people.

The Trustees funds registered charities and prefer projects and schemes which involve or are directed towards capital expenditure.

They do not generally consider applications for core funding or on-going financing, applications with a foreign element, individuals or applications for Sports Clubs/Associations.

There are no deadlines for applications.

Grant size: Although grants awarded range from between £250 and £10,000, the majority of grants are not above £1,000.

Application process: Catherine Cookson Trust website

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