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Grant Manager: Sara Cooney. Overview. Who we are. Our new strategy. Our new focus. Our new criteria – your organisation. Our new criteria – the people you work with. You must work with people aged 17 years of age and over who are experiencing at least one of the following issues:. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Grant Manager: Sara Cooney12Overview

23Who we are

3Our new strategy

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45Our new focus

56Our new criteria your organisation

67Our new criteria the people you work withYou must work with people aged 17 years of age and over who are experiencing at least one of the following issues: abused or are at risk of abuse ex-offenders or those at risk of offending long term unemployment moving to independent living with addictions

refugees and asylum seekers with mental health issues with severe financial difficulty as a compounding disadvantage victims of sexual exploitation homeless young parents

carers

Our new criteria transition points

8You must work with people experiencing multiple disadvantage at a critical point in their life. 8Our new criteria transition points cont..

9You must work with people experiencing multiple disadvantage at a critical point in their life. Examples: 910What we dont fund

10Whats available? - 3 programmes

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ENHANCE A grants plus model - offering an optional range of support to strengthen the effectiveness of those we fund 1112INVEST programme

12 INVEST programme outcomes

13TRANSITION OUTCOMES (examples:) PROGRESSION OUTCOMES (examples) Safe, independent and able to make positive choices Improved safety Becoming employed Improved physical health Have not re-offended (in the previous 6 months) Improved mental health Achieved accredited qualification Reduced isolation/increased support networks Progressed into or re-entered education or training Improved employability Safely managing addictions Reduced substance misuse/addictive behaviour Progression into safe and suitable accommodation Managing a tenancy and accommodation

1314FROM PRISON INTO LEARNING SKILLS AND SEEKING EMPLOMENT INVEST programme exampleA charity that works on a 1:2:1 basis with high risk/ multiple offenders Transition Outcomes: Have not reoffendedProgression Outcomes: Improved self/esteem, improved basic skills, improved employability

15ENABLE programme

1516ENABLE programme outcomes

IMPROVED ACTIVITIES AND SERVICESIMPROVED LEADERSHIP/GOVERNANCEIMPROVED STRATEGIC PLANNING/POLICY IMPROVED STRUCTURES/SYSTEMSIMPROVED COMMUNICATIONS16TRANSITION POINT: FROM HOMELESSNESS TO ACCOMMODATION AND LIFE SKILLS ENABLE programme exampleSupport provided : trustee training and support around developing a new business planEnable Outcomes : Improved Leadership / Governance and Improved Strategic Planning

A charity provides practical support, accommodation and work experience for homeless people.18ENHANCE programme

Must be in receipt of either an Invest or an Enable grant. Support is optionalA range of tailored support to help to strengthen the effectiveness of those we fund in reaching disadvantaged peopleSupport Providers include: Lloyds Banking, Cranfield Trust, School for Social Entrepreneurs, Triangle Consulting, independent consultants

Enhance1819

STEP 1 ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST

Go to our website www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk

Read about our Funding Programmes

Read our eligibility guidance and then complete the checklist

STEP 2 EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM

Register details to access Expression of Interest form and submit online

STEP 3APPLICATION AND ASSESSMENT

If Expression of Interest has been approved the Grant Manager will arrange a visit If appropriate charity will be invited to complete a full application online Application assessed by Grant Panel and a decision made on whether to award a grant How to applyThese steps can also be found on the website 19Web address: www.lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk

Phone number: 0870 411 1223

Email: scooney@lloydsbankfoundation.org.uk

Any questions?

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