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Voluntary sector funding

Publication date: Monday 27 February 2012

Haringey Council has released £820,000 to support entrepreneurial, innovative and sustainable voluntary organisations and is inviting local groups to bid for a share of the money from Monday 5 March.

The Haringey Investment Fund will see voluntary organisations submitting bids explaining how their work supports the council’s main priorities. Voluntary sector organisations can bid for awards of up to £50,000 per year for a period of up to three years and have until 9am on Tuesday 10 April to make their submission.

Councillor Dilek Dogus, Cabinet Member for Adults and Health, said:

Haringey Council recognises the indispensable role of the voluntary and community sector in supporting vulnerable people. It is important to make sure that the most effective parts of our voluntary sector are properly funded and I am committed to this aim. The council has pledged to support effective voluntary services and the Investment Fund opens up the process to more organisations than ever before.

Invitations to tender documentation will be available from 10am on Monday 5 March 2012 from the Delta eSourcing website (external link).

Organisations wishing to tender must first register. Tenders should be returned complete with supporting information as required using the online e-tendering system only. The council cannot accept paper submissions.

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