The MSE Charity has re-opened for applications on the 1st September 2015.
The MSE Charity provides grants to constituted community based groups (including schools) for projects to help fight financial and consumer illiteracy and to educate and inform adults and children about consumer and debt issues. Under the programme, grants of up to £5,000 are available. Priority will be given to groups with an annual income of less than £500,000.
Projects that have received funding in the past include:
- The Nottingham Women’s Centre which received a grant of £3,850 to provide financial education training to female ex-offenders offenders to improve their financial well-being and build an independent life free of crime and debt.
- The JAN Trust which received a grant of £2000 towards running a financial literacy and empowerment programme for 40 socially excluded and disadvantaged Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and refugee and asylum women (BAMER) in Haringey.
The closing date for applications is 30th September 2015 or when 40 applications have been received.
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