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'Tackling Period Poverty!'

published on October 18, 2017

No More Taboo are currently working with UK-based charities and community groups who provide services to women experiencing poverty or homelessness. Through their research, they aim to understand women who are homeless, refugees or living on the edge of extreme poverty and what they really need when it comes to their period.

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Clever Never Goes

published on September 15, 2017

Action Against Abduction received £20,000 in 2016 to deliver a creative project on child safety across a number of schools in Hampshire.

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Southampton Action for Employment Changing Lives

published on September 15, 2017

Read more on how the 'Wellbeing Choices' is making a real difference to isolated individuals and increasing life opportunity.

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People's Postcode Trust Funding

published on August 15, 2017

Charities and community groups around Great Britain can apply for up to £20,000 of funding for projects that focus on the prevention of poverty, promotion of human rights, equal rights and conflict resolution for some of society’s most vulnerable groups.

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People's Postcode Trust has a cracking 2016

published on September 21, 2016

So far, People's Postcode Trust has supported 106 fantastic projects across England, Scotland and Wales, with more to come this year!

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£750,000 to end 2015

published on December 15, 2015

With a lot more to come in 2016

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Funding available to London, Greater London, Scotland and Wales

published on October 01, 2015

Funding available to London, Greater London, Scotland and Wales

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Play on Pedals joins in Playday 2015

published on August 05, 2015

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Cook, Eat, Laugh

Cook, Eat, Laugh, Live

published on July 21, 2015

Players of People's Postcode Lottery fund new accessible kitchen

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Paws for Thought

Paws for Thought

published on July 06, 2015

The Mayhew Training Programme for volunteers awarded £5000

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