Under this scheme small grants were available for any organisation (public, private or third sector) from across the city, to work with residents to enable and support their participation in decision-making processes affecting their neighbourhood.
The second and final round of funding has now closed.
After the first round of applications (completed on 30 Oct 2009), the following applicants were awarded grants from this fund:
- All Saints Youth Project
- Balsall Heath Forum
- Billesley Boats
- Birmingham LGBT Community Trust
- Birmingham Open Spaces Forum
- Castle Vale Community Environmental Trust
- Cerebral Palsy West Midlands
- Community Media Services
- Community Network 4 Birmingham (CN4B)
- Community Resource Information Services
- Concord Youth Centre
- East Yardley Neighbourhood Forum
- Erdington Town Centre Partnership
- Local Leagues Limited
- Mashriq Challenge Resource Centre
- Muslim Educational Consultative Committee
- Podnosh Ltd.
- Queen Alexandra College
- Selly Oak Constituency
- SIFA Fireside
- Somali Youth Development Organisation
- Sparkbrook Caribbean & African Women’s Development Initiative
- Striding Out
- The Play House
- Trilby Multimedia with Achieving Together
- Windows on Sudan
- WIRED (Women in Research, Education and Development)
- Women Acting in Today’s Society (WAITS)
- Worth Unlimited
- Yardley Constituency
Monitoring Social Enterprise & Active Citizenship Fund Activities – (For historical purposes only)
As emphasized during your SLA meeting with the Be Birmingham monitoring officer, every successful applicant needs to submit a detailed monitoring return to Be Birmingham every 3 months. This is necessary in order to account for your progress in delivering the activity funded by Be Birmingham, and also – just as importantly – to account for your grant spend to date.
Please read the Monitoring Guidelines carefully first, before proceeding with completing the monitoring forms and returning them to Be Birmingham.
Please click on each of the files below, in order to download them: