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This page contains all the latest news and bulletins from across Action Hampshire.
The latest issue is out now with lots of news of developments in Hampshire, plus national concerns about the ability of social care services to cope in the future. Read more
DECC (Dept of Energy & Climate Change) has launched the 2014-15 Big Energy Saving Network, a £1m programme to support eligible not-for-profit organisations and community groups, deliver help and advice to vulnerable consumers. Read more
'A Day in the Life' is a free work shadowing initiative that provides a unique opportunity for staff in government and voluntary organisations to step into each other's shoes for a day and learn about how the other sector operates. Applications… Read more
Hampshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Simon Hayes, has launched a second round of funding, inviting bids that will help reduce crime, and support victims and witnesses across Hampshire and Isle of Wight. Read more
This free guide, funded by the Big Lottery Fund, helps you decide whether social investment is right for your organisation and points to sources of support. Read more
Small grants of between £2,000 and £5,000 are on offer to facilitate new multi-faith social action projects at a local level, where there is often a lack of confidence in undertaking volunteering work in a multi-faith way. Read more
What if the problem is with the NHS itself? Read more
The latest issue of our Health & Social Care Update, No 53, is available now. Don't miss out. Read more
The next deadline for submitting applications in Hampshire is 19 August. Read more
Heritage Enterprise supports enterprising community organisations across the UK to rescue neglected historic buildings and sites and unlock their economic potential.
You can apply for a Heritage Lottery Fund grant from £100,000 to £5million.
Grants up to £500 are on offer for events organised by and for young people focused around Inter Faith Week 16-22 November 2014. Read more
Community shares allow local people to become part-owners of their local assets and services. The CSUF can top up a shortfall if the target amount for a community share offer is not reached. Read more
PIP replaced the Disability Living Allowance. The first independent review wants to hear what people think about it. Read more
Free sessions for youth groups working with young people aged 14-17 to kickstart their social action journey. Read more
The Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission wants to know what you think. Read more
CAF Donate platform will open up direct debits to charities and help their fundraising. Read more
The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is giving male survivors of sexual abuse a chance to have their say about the sort of support they'd like to receive. Read more
In the run up to the General Election, Labour wants to know what your priorities are. Read more
These awards are for small charities with big impact. Entries are open now – why not submit yours? Read more