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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - June 26th 2020

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Social & Community Capital Coronavirus Response Fund

Social & Community Capital is a charity funded and supported by Ulster Bank to help social enterprises and community businesses.
It launched its £1m Coronavirus Response Fund earlier this week for organisations that employ people from vulnerable or disadvantaged groups.
Grants of between £5,000 and £50,000 available.

Member Briefing - COVID-19 - June 18th 2020

 

Funding & additional financial support


Social & Community Capital Coronavirus Response Fund

Ulster Bank Social and Community Capital launches its £1m Coronavirus Response Fund on Monday 22nd June.
Grants of between £5,000 and £50,000 to organisations that employ people from vulnerable or disadvantaged groups.

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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - June 12th 2020

Funding & additional financial support

*Time Sensitive: MIcro-Business Hardship Fund Closes Tonight!

The NI Micro-Business Hardship Fund closes for applications at 6pm on Friday 12 June. Depending on whether you meet the eligibility criteria your businesses can qualify for support of either up to £5,000 or up to £10,000.

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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - June 5th 2020

Post-COVID 19 Solutions: A Message from DTNI

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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - June 1st 2020

Post-COVID 19 Solutions: A Message from DTNI

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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - May 22nd 2020


Post-COVID 19 Solutions: A Message from DTNI

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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - May 15th 2020


Post-COVID 19 Solutions: A Message from DTNI

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Member Briefing - COVID-19 - May 8th 2020


Post-COVID 19 Solutions: A Message from DTNI

Member Briefing - COVID-19 - May 1st 2020

Post-COVID 19 Solutions: A Message from DTNI

 

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After Coronavirus, We Need to Rebuild Better – Not Return to Business-as-Usual

JOE BILSBOROUGH (CLES)

Neil McInroy (CLES) Charlie Fisher (DTNI)

With high levels of public spending in Northern Ireland, we have a massive and scalable opportunity to build on existing inclusive local economy work and do things differently – to build an economy that truly works for all.

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