MACC

http://www.macc.org.uk

(Registered Charity No: 1145921)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
Main Overlaps with other Grant Makers
Sole supporter: 11% by number, 12% by value.
By ValueBy Number
National Lottery88%89%
The Henry Smith Charity40%39%
Garfield Weston Foundation32%33%
Lloyds Bank Foundation32%39%
Comic Relief28%22%
Manchester City Council28%28%
Trafford Housing Trust Social Investment24%22%
BBC Children in Need20%22%
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation16%17%
Paul Hamlyn Foundation16%11%
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In this period they've made 18 significant donations to registered charities totalling £124,531

When Amount Grantee Donors To be used for
05/09/2019 £5,000 GROUNDWORK MANCHESTER SALFORD STOCKPORT TAMESIDE AND TRAFFORD 6? Project aimed at keeping people safe and/or reducing harm and offending and/or strengthening communities and places
05/09/2019 £5,000 THE MUSTARD TREE 3? Project aimed at keeping people safe and/or reducing harm and offending and/or strengthening communities and places
05/09/2019 £5,000 BETTER THINGS 2? Project aimed at keeping people safe and/or reducing harm and offending and/or strengthening communities and places
05/09/2019 £5,000 ACTIVE COMMUNITIES NETWORK LIMITED 6? Project aimed at keeping people safe and/or reducing harm and offending and/or strengthening communities and places
05/09/2019 £5,000 NORTHMOOR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION 7? Project aimed at keeping people safe and/or reducing harm and offending and/or strengthening communities and places
02/10/2018 £5,000 Warm Hut UK 7? We are planning to run a 6-month project to address several crime prevention issues in the community we live in. The first two week, we will engage young people aged 16-21 in Cheetham Hill, Cheethood and Crumpsall through a community consultation in an effort to initiate and implement a relevant anti-alcohol and substance misuse project in the community. We are planning to reach up to 100 young people from French speaking and Portuguese speaking background. We will work with 3 faith groups in an informal partnership way. We will use local venues that these young people on a weekly basis in Cheetham Hill, Crumpsall and Cheetwood. The outcomes will be the facilitation of a range of diversionary activities; However, the young people will decide which activities are most relevant to them.
18/09/2018 £4,788 Back on Track 8? We will run a series of weekly workshops for disadvantaged women, following a successful pilot project earlier in 2018. We expect a minimum of 50 people to take part, plus 10 volunteers. There will be 24 three hour sessions, with a project duration of six months. The workshops will happen at the Back on Track centre on Swan Street in central Manchester, plus out in Manchester through visits to places like galleries, parks and other places nominated by participants. The project will include elements of our successful pilot, which covered issues like self-care, body image and discrimination, along with interactive activities and trips out. There will also be wellbeing exercises.
17/09/2018 £4,995 Northmoor Community Association 7? “Count Me In” will challenge the thoughts, opinions and attitudes of 30 x 8-16yr olds in Longsight, encompassing a mix of activities to meet different learning needs, styles and development. Primarily, classroom-based group work with 2 x cohorts of 12-week interactive workshops using the Don’t Hate Educate session toolkit alongside other resources to develop a mind-set among young people that values respect, friendship, shared values and integration.
17/09/2018 £4,804 North Manchester Black Health Forum 1? We plan to hold two community events, six community conversations & two community/ personal safety workshops over the funding period. Project’s aim is to raise awareness, give information/ contact to local people that would empower them to make informed choices & keep safe. It is believed that the community can be a cause & a solution to the crime & safety, we agree & therefore the community will be at the centre of this project from planning, delivery & future sustainability. Project will work with wider community with focus on Black, Asian Minorities Ethnic communities & older people particularly those who are unable to access mainstream support or information due to multiple barriers including age, disability, ethnicity & languages.
17/09/2018 £5,000 Cyril Flint 4? To continue the delivery of a 1-to-1 befriending scheme in Wythenshawe, Didsbury, Northenden and Chorlton. Focusing solely on these areas, Cyril Flint aims to create 24 new friendships between November 2018 and January 2019. The project will recruit local volunteers and match them up with an older person who is lonely and isolated from society, whom they will visit for at least an hour each week on an ongoing basis.
17/09/2018 £4,944 Breakthrough UK Ltd 6? We work with disabled people in Manchester, providing travel training to enable them to use public transport confidently, safely and cost-effectively in the city and improve their independence. Referrals come from individuals, the Learning Disability Team and other VCSE organisations. Risk assessments are completed. Over the year we will recruit, train, support and co-ordinate 5 volunteers (some will hopefully be previous clients) to provide safe, accessible travel training to 50 disabled Manchester residents. The volunteer training will be accessible and cover volunteer expenses. Experienced staff will ensure volunteers are aware of Training in Systematic Instruction (TSI), a structured approach to teaching vocational and independent living skills to people with learning disabilities. TSI has an emphasis on errorless learning and encourages decision-making by people with a learning disability, enabling them to learn complex tasks.
30/11/2016 £10,000 Manchester Mind 4? Short term GP-based intervention to people in who present at their GP with low level anxiety. 60 minute ‘check up’ to assess mental wellbeing, existing risk factors and their coping strategie, and identify additional strategies, suggest self-help tools, and identify community assets.
30/11/2016 £10,000 Trinity House Community Resource Centre 2? Develop Community Navigator role to support clients aged over-50 who are experiencing mental health issues to access services. Role includes consulting existing clients and identifying potential clients, help clients access IAPT through in-house drop-in; develop peer support groups and activities; work with community mental health teams to receive more referrals for LINK's ongoing services
30/11/2016 £10,000 Caritas, Diocese of Salford 4? Befriending service for older people to improve independnce, confidence etc., as well as supporting family, neighbours and carers with advice, information and respite. Grant will a Volunteer Development Worker, extend the reach of the current service, increase the number of volunteers, and up-skill volutneers with greater awareness of a variety of health issues including mental illness and distress
30/11/2016 £10,000 Manchester Deaf Centre 6? Open drop-in for deaf people 3 times a week to provide support for wellbeing and mental health issues and connect with existing services. Service will also include social activities and learning/information activities, e.g. walking, quizzes, presentations and discussions
30/11/2016 £10,000 The Proud Trust 15? Funding for 7.5hrs/week Peer Support Coordinator to increase staffing for Peer Support Project for isolated and distressed LGBT young people. Increased capacity to recruit and train LGBT young in befriending/mentoring, and match to young people for support
30/11/2016 £10,000 42nd Street 9? The project will employ an Engagement Practitioner to tackle identified barrier-issues directly; a qualified, experienced mental health practitioner, based at 42nd Street, will review the cases of young adults waiting for support a 42nd Street, both between referral and assessment and between assessment and treatment start. They will engage with young adults directly and discuss options in terms of accessing wider services across Manchester. The practitioner will also visit community groups to promote the suite of IAPT services available to young adults across Manchester
30/11/2016 £10,000 LMCP Care Link 1? Expand the service to improve access to IAPT among South Asian communities through a variety of outputs: awareness events, develop outreach service, increase drop-in services to include a focus on IAPT, and working with local services to improve cultural awareness, publicitiy and provide guidance on engaging with communities
Main office

MACC SWAN BUILDINGS 20 SWAN STREET MANCHESTER M4 5JW

Objectives

TO PROMOTE ANY CHARITABLE PURPOSES FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PUBLIC, PRINCIPALLY BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY IN THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF MANCHESTER AND ITS ENVIRONS (HEREINAFTER CALLED THE AREA OF BENEFIT) AND, IN PARTICULAR BUT NOT EXCLUSIVELY BY 1. PROMOTING THE THIRD SECTOR BY: (A) BUILDING THE CAPACITY OF THIRD SECTOR ORGANISATIONS AND PROVIDE THEM WITH THE NECESSARY SUPPORT, INFORMATION AND SERVICES TO ENABLE THEM TO PURSUE OR CONTRIBUTE TO ANY CHARITABLE PURPOSE; (B) PROMOTING VOLUNTEERING WITHIN THE SECTOR; (C), ORGANISING AND FACILITATING CO-OPERATION AND PARTNERSHIP WORKING BETWEEN THIRD SECTOR, STATUTORY AND OTHER RELEVANT BODIES. 2. THE PROMOTION OF GOOD HEALTH OF THE LOCAL COMMUNITY. 3. THE PROMOTION OF EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT BY: (A) ADVANCING EDUCATION AND RAISING AWARENESS IN EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY; (B) PROMOTING ACTIVITIES TO FOSTER UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN PEOPLE FROM DIVERSE BACKGROUNDS; (C) CONDUCTING OR COMMISSIONING RESEARCH ON EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY ISSUES AND PUBLISHING THE RESULTS TO THE PUBLIC; (D) CULTIVATING A SENTIMENT IN FAVOUR OF EQUALITY AND DIVERSITY. FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE OBJECTS: 'THIRD SECTOR' MEANS CHARITIES, VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISES. CHARITIES ARE ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE ESTABLISHED FOR EXCLUSIVELY CHARITABLE PURPOSES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAW OF ENGLAND AND WALES. VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS AND SOCIAL ENTERPRISES ARE INDEPENDENT ORGANISATIONS WHICH ARE ESTABLISHED FOR PURPOSES THAT ADD VALUE TO THE COMMUNITY AS A WHOLE, OR A SIGNIFICANT SECTION OF THE COMMUNITY, AND WHICH ARE NOT PERMITTED BY THEIR CONSTITUTION TO MAKE A PROFIT FOR PRIVATE DISTRIBUTION. THEY DO NOT INCLUDE LOCAL GOVERNMENT OR OTHER STATUTORY AUTHORITIES.