Trafford Housing Trust’s Social Investment Board, Trafford Council and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority are making £20,000 available for projects to tackle hate crime in the borough.
In its seventh year, Greater Manchester’s Hate Crime Awareness Week runs from 4 to 10 February 2019. Grants of up to £500 are available to support events and £2000 for projects which prevent hate crime by bringing communities together, strengthen community cohesion, encourage the reporting of hate crime, provide support to victims and reduce the impact of hate crime on communities.
Trafford Housing Trust’s Acting Chief Executive, Larry Gold, said: “In Trafford, we celebrate our strong, diverse communities, recognising the many faiths and cultures across our borough, and we are proud that Trafford remains the safest borough in Greater Manchester”.
Nationally there has been a rise in hate crime, e.g. verbal abuse, harassment, physical attacks, damage to property, etc. committed against any person or group that is motivated by hostility and prejudice based upon disability, race, ethnic origin or nationality, religion, sexual orientation, gender orientation or alternative subculture.
For more information and to apply visit www.traffordpartnership.org/communitycohesion
The deadline for submission of applications is Wednesday 2nd January 2019 at 12 noon.
Events must take place during Hate Crime Awareness Week 4th – 10th February 2019 and projects must be underway by 1st March 2019.
Contact the Partnerships and Communities Team on 0161 912 1173 or at email@example.com for more information.
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