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asda foundation

Our mission is to transform communities and improve lives throughout the UK, complementing Asda Stores’ ambition to be at the heart of local communities, through building long-term community resilience and being there in times of crisis. The Foundation supports grassroots organisations in making a real impact, and supports local communities in emergencies, reacting quickly to help people in the immediate hours following a disaster.

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The National Lottery raises money for good causes.
People use this funding to do extraordinary things, taking the lead to improve their lives and communities. Every time you buy a National Lottery ticket, you help make this happen.
Communities come in all shapes and sizes, and National Lottery funding is there for everyone.
There are 12 distributors of money raised by the players of The National Lottery, which fund projects and activities that transform communities, protect our heritage, and enrich lives through arts, sports and culture.

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Bolton CVS stands for Bolton Community and Voluntary Services.
Bolton CVS Provides a range of information through our newsletter, our website, our information leaflets and email communications;
Provides advice and support to help your organisation find and apply for funding;
Provides learning and personal development opportunities on a wide range of subjects;
Supports a range of forums to maintain strong channels of communication between voluntary and community groups and local statutory organisations such as Bolton Council, the NHS and local funders;
Supports volunteers and promotes good practice to volunteer involving organisations;
Manages The Bolton Hub - a centre for local voluntary and community groups;
Administers a number of small grants for voluntary and community groups, on behalf of a variety of funders;
Promotes and develops the Big Bolton Fund, to support small voluntary groups in their work.


Bolton Manbassadors is an award-winning** men's mental health project delivered by Bolton at Home.

It aims to:

  • Raise awareness locally of the mental health issues facing men.

  • Grow a network of local organisations across Bolton acting as men’s health advocates – ‘Manbassadors’ who look out for and speak with their customers.

  • Help men to access the local services and support they require on issues that impact on their mental health.

  • Develop a network of mens social and community activities across Bolton creating safe spaces for men to be able to talk to one another about mental health.

Following in the footsteps of the Orion Partnership ‘Manbassadors’ project in Leeds, Bolton Manbassadors are looking to take a different approach in engaging men, normalising conversations around mental health, removing the stigma, and supporting men to get the support they need.

**Bolton Manbassadors and our campaign partners Maxmedia Communications Ltd. won 'Campaign of the year' during 2022's UK Housing Awards.

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Stronger Together

Hopeful Hive was founded for many reasons but the main being this: to help you to build confidence in yourself as you set out on the road to mental health recovery. Accessing and finding the right help for you can seem like a labyrinth to navigate; the products available and the community that's been created are here for just that. You don't have to fight this battle alone. Recovery starts now.

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