Written by: on 19th October 2020. Posted at: 3:24 pm
We're pleased to have supported the Jack Hazeldine Foundation (JHF) who have recently secured a £9,189 award from the North Somerset Community Quartet Partnership via the Quartet Community Foundation.
Written by: on 30th September 2020. Posted at: 9:13 am
The indications are that we’re heading towards a second wave and further restrictions resulting in local lockdowns, and possibly a second national lockdown, so I wanted to reflect on the lessons learnt by the local voluntary sector during the first lockdown.
Written by: on 9th August 2020. Posted at: 10:39 am
Manchester City of Sanctuary has recently been successful for a bid for £38,000 as part of a crisis fund by the National Lottery Fund. City of Sanctuary is a people led organisation, and was created by asylum seekers to support new asylum seekers and refugees across Greater Manchester.
Written by: on 13th July 2020. Posted at: 11:23 am
During lockdown and the COVID19 pandemic, Wil helped to secure £14,280 from various funding bodies for the Recovery Republic. We recently obtained a further £47,000 from The National Lottery Community Fund as part of their crisis fund for charities providing front line services.
Written by: on 23rd June 2020. Posted at: 11:03 am
During the lockdown we’ve been working alongside ANTZ Junction and recently secured them £97,089 to continue their mentor scheme to help the most vulnerable members of society to overcome social and physical challenges. The funding was secured from the National Lottery Community Fund's Crisis Fund and was designed to support people and communities affected by COVID-19.
Written by: on 18th June 2020. Posted at: 11:27 am
New data, by Pro Bono Economics, shows that 1 in 10 charities are expected to shut their doors in the next 6 months. The worst affected are small local and regional organisation with an income less than half million every year. The work being done in local communities is now more important than ever.
Written by: on 12th June 2020. Posted at: 11:44 am
We’re pleased to announce that the Wish centre has recently received £51,405 of funding from The National Lottery Community Fund COVID19 crisis programme to help with the overwhelming demands for domestic abuse services in their local area of Blackburn and Darwen.
Written by: on 7th May 2020. Posted at: 9:33 am
Wil Woan has been a mentor for Sported for a number of years and during the current pandemic and the pressures it has put on the voluntary sector he decided to offer his skills and experience in a webinar. Working in partnership with Sported, the free event was delivered to over 40 groups providing advice on fundraising and the complexities of what makes a good funding application.
Written by: on 1st May 2020. Posted at: 11:00 am
Wil Woan Consultancy has successfully secured £4,500 for Recovery Republic as part of an our ongoing support of the charity. The emergency funding has been secured from Forever Manchester due to the direct effects of the COVID19 crisis.
Written by: on 28th April 2020. Posted at: 3:51 pm
ANTZ Junction as well as many other charities has been affected by the onset of COVID19 lockdown and government social distancing measures. As a lot of ANTZ work is done face to face through a mentoring scheme, they had find a way they could deliver their services online.
Written by: on 17th April 2020. Posted at: 11:46 am
Recovery Republic has recently been granted £9,780 as part The National Lottery Communities Fund Awards for All programme to help deal with the COVID19 crisis.
Written by: on 30th March 2020. Posted at: 11:22 am
Antz Junction has successful been awarded £10,000 from the Awards for All grant in light of the COVID19 crisis. Antz Junction work with the most vulnerable members of society and people suffering from poor mental health have been hugely affected by the social distancing measures.
Written by: on 20th November 2019. Posted at: 10:59 am
ANTZ Junction recently received £47,700 as part of a development strategy through the help of Wil Woan Consultancy. This grant will help ANTZ do a in depth review of its internal infrastructure and create sustainability for the charity.
Written by: on 15th August 2019. Posted at: 6:51 am
I’m pleased to be working with Sported over the coming months and am looking forward to supporting their team with a number of large grant applications. The team is also going to be involved in developing strategies and looking at how Sported can further demonstrate its considerable impact across the UK.
Written by: Wil Woan on 2nd June 2016. Posted at: 5:14 pm
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