Ageing Better in Birmingham fund opens for applications


Ageing Better in Birmingham is the BVSC-led cross sector partnership which has been successful in securing an investment of £6m from the Big Lottery Fund to help reduce social isolation of older people.

It has just announced that its Ageing Better Fund is now officially open.

The fund is open to applications for up to £2,000 from Birmingham citizens of all ages seeking to develop activities, initiatives, events and services for the collective benefit of older people across the city.

If you know of anyone who would be interested in applying to do an activity, event or provide a service for isolated older adults over 50, please direct them to one of he Ageing Better Hubs.

The Ageing Better Hubs can be contacted as follows:

LGBT Hub — send mail.
Carers Hub — send mail.
Tyburn Hub — send mail.
City-wide Hub — send mail.

Download the PDF poster.

You can also send mail and feedback directly to the Ageing Better Fund or contact Elina Svantesson, the Network Development Worker at BVSC.

Birmingham UK. Freelance research, evaluation and policy consultant specialising in social enterprise and the third sector. I maintain the BSSEC blog and website

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