The Global Majority Fund

Name of applicant   

Type of Activity Proposed

2-Zero ManchesterFootball for men (physical activities to support Black men’s physical and mental wellbeing)
African and Caribbean Community AssociationCovid-19 vaccination and health promotion
African Caribbean Care GroupTo meet increased demand for ACCG’s Daily Meal Delivery Service
Blossom FoundationRe-building Our Relationship Project: for mothers and daughters
Cancer Care DiasporaTo enable 20+ volunteers to provide support to over 30 families, building on existing work to sustain outreach activities and meet rising demand; ethnic food provision, IT equipment, travel costs to get to appointments, arranging extra tuition support for children; provide practical and emotional support
Can-Survive UKUPLIFT (Unite People to Live, Inspire, (move) Forward (and) Transform) Project: a schedule of wellbeing activities, workshops and therapies
Caring and Sharing RochdaleTo provide ethnic food, hygiene products and travel expenses support (and “support with topping up electricity and gas”)
Christ Enlightened Outreach MinistryImpact Makers Post-Covid-19 Outreach: emotional and practical support, festival, group events, training of new staff and volunteer
Command Prayer Centre Ministries IntContinuation of culturally appropriate foodbank provision
Ebony and Ivory Co StockportTo develop a youth community hub run by young people for young people, offering vocational skills in Cooking and in Music, safe space and other support
Edo Diaspora UKMen’s wellbeing sessions given in Pidgin English
Grace Community Outreach CentreMusic-based activities involving venue hire
Guinean Society of Greater ManchesterHelp connect members via zoom, employ professionals and organise information-sharing sessions around wellbeing and virtual group physical activities, to help reduce social inequalities; culturally-appropriate foodbank support
Heaton Mersey Village Cricket ClubOpen Day Event (Community Cricket Match), Black History Month (Awards Evening), Wellness Camp
Highway HopeTo sustain and scale-up of HH’s existing activities; the caring neighbour initiative – food parcels and physical and emotional support, café and pastoral care
Home Advantage InternationalOnline mentoring/coaching sessions for parents, spouses and their families
Hope CircleA free Saturday supplementary school to help children with mathematics and sciences focusing on foundational years, years 7, 8 and 9
Idaraya Life CICMama’s sports club: weekly 1hr opportunity for mothers (especially those with children under 5 years of age) to come together and engage in physical activity while having their children cared for by a childminder during the school term time for a single academic year
Integrity Neuropsychology Services CIC (INSneuro)Interventions, training and support for agencies and individuals with neurological and psychological symptoms relating to long-Covid
Know Afica CIOSupply and improved coordination of food bank and related activities
Kyso Project CICDevelop young people’s leadership and skills around communication, decision-making, team working, problem-solving, activity planning, personal safety and peer education.  To be delivered via a summer residential course and a day trip out of the local environment
Louise Da-Cocodia Education TrustTo deliver a holiday camp at Easter: programme for children aged 6-16 involving sporting activities, arts and crafts and orientating skills to enable participants to develop new skills, build confidence and engage in face-to-face interactions
Manchester Christian Education AcademyAfter School Clubs and Summer School project for under-privileged children supporting academic attainment
MEaP Academy Community Education CentreLearning new life skills, offering digital and online skills training to parents to be able to support children with their online learning and digital skills training to mental health clients to overcome isolation and loneliness
MFLCCEducate The People: to dedicate resources to upskilling and providing guidance/knowledge to older members of the community who have seen greater restrictions due to health, social and financial reasons. To equip these individuals with basic IT (including internet navigation) to ensure digital inclusion and enable them to access online resources to aid their health, wellbeing and job prospects. Also, talks, visits and social opportunities for all ages; food packages
New Step for African Community (NESTAC)For additional wages of two existing bilingual cross-cultural mental health specialists to work eight extra hours each per week and provide incentives to two bilinguals trained mental wellbeing peer mentors for working alongside the specialists, all providing individual and group therapies to the ‘hard-to-reach’ groups of men
Rainbow CentreThe Cheetham Health Improvement Programme will seek to use the idea of “Marginal gains” to enable users to make small incremental improvements in their lives to help address the “root cause” of lifestyle choices that lead to chronic disease
RCCG Strong Tower ChurchParty in the Park August 2021; musical equipment for youth and adult musical sessions and workshops; a day trip for young people; a barbecue summer event for young adults and professionals bringing participants together to share ideas, allow social interaction, networking and to build mutually beneficial relationships
Rehoboth for Families, Children and Young PeopleBoys to Men: strengthening the family institution through community engagement support for men
Rekindle SchoolThe Village: to run the accompanying adult education strand of their existing activities with children It Takes A Village To Raise A Child; to run monthly 3 hour events for adults in the community to come along and benefit from the curriculum; to provide monthly sessions for family learning
Restore LifeHealth and fitness classes for local people; to increase the number of volunteers; food parcels
Sahara NutritionWellness programme: to improve health through targeted nutrition and health education
Sickle Cell Care ManchesterTo build the knowledge base, information and advice on SCCM’s website
TAP The African Pot Project LtdCreativity-based events and services offering education, health and community support to reduce loneliness and isolation and promote family/community
The Apostolic Church ManchesterContinued support of Kitchen Pantry in response to COVID19, to provide fully prepared, pre-packaged, culturally appropriate meals to individuals, enabling people to receive emergency food and also provide families who are struggling to make ends meet
The Beacon Community CentreLargely to continue TBCC’s two main food-related projects and their running costs along with starting three new smaller projects offering free services to the community; cafe, culturally based food for those on low incomes; stay and play parent group; litter-picking; to foster good community links, openness and positive experiences
The Black United Representation Network CICRestore Strengthen & Scale: a free contract readiness programme to build the capacity of businesses and organisations who want to be equipped with skills, competences and know-how to win £100k+ public sector contracts and become bigger, stronger, more resilient
The Mountain of the Lord’s HouseTo continue to support people who require culturally appropriate food and to host a weekly coffee morning for 6 months
The New Man Ministry (TNM)A film project aimed at youths in the local community focusing on tackling youth crime and gang violence
The Tree of Life Centre (Compassion Foodbank-Restoration House)To expand the rollout and reach of the Compassion Foodbank and Restoration House to improve health and wellbeing, increase social inclusion and access to relevant and appropriate information and guidance and to improve the skills and experience of volunteers
Visible Outcomes 4UTo continue providing Information advice and guidance provided by Level 4 qualified worker and community social worker covering: housing, the take up of the coronavirus vaccine, employment, welfare benefits and signposting to immigration and debt experts
Warm Hut UKContinuation of wellbeing support project
Women AriseAfrofit sessions:  to raise awareness among women of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle; to engage women in physical exercise through music of their preference
Wonderfully Made Woman“Confident Me” Project aimed at empowering women, reducing poverty, and inclusive growth, training re: physical and mental well-being, financial independence, self-awareness and confidence
World Harvest Christian Centre (Manchester Oldham Salford Stockport Tameside)One-hour long dance classes twice a week for six months; each week one hour for fitness class and one hour for liturgical/ fast dance

Contact Details


Carribean & African Health Network
07853 556 591

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