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Jewson’s ‘Building Better Communities’ funding is back for 2017
The building firm are offering regional project prizes of £500 to £10,000 and the top regional project will receive £50,000. You can nominate any community building that is making a difference in your community and needs building support eg: a new roof or other renovation works. You can also nominate your Trade Hero who could win £50,000 to help them complete a community project.

To find out more, or to nominate, see


Cinnamon Network Project Lab 2017
Project Lab 2017 is looking for church-based social action projects with a youth focus.
Specifically they are looking for social action projects that: – could be adopted and run by an average sized church – are simple and replicable – are bold and want to grow – have a track record in their local community – are well led and want to inspire other churches – have a vision to grow nationally – have some resources to continue their current work – respond to social needs in the community.
Applications are welcome from a local church or a group of churches working in partnership. Your application will be entered into a competition – the lucky winners will receive financial support for their projects.

You can read about the 2016 competition here

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