Manchester City Council

People & communities Small grants to help prevent hidden crimes related to sex workers

What happens after you apply

Your application will be assessed by an independent panel led by the Manchester Community Safety Partnership. If we need more information we’ll contact you. Well inform you of the outcome.

If you’ve been funded to gather intelligence, do research, or produce awareness raising information, you must provide this with the monitoring form. Research must be approved by the Manchester Community Safety Partnership before being shared with other organisations.

If you want to change anything about your project after you have received the funding you must get permission from us first.

Monitoring and evaluation

If you are successful you must complete a grant monitoring form at the end of the project as a condition of the funding. This must be filled in within six weeks of the end of your project. If you don’t fill in the monitoring form you may put further funding applications in jeopardy. The grant monitoring form is a short form to update the Community Safety Partnership on what activity you did and what the outcome was. Funding will be paid every three months in arrears on submission of a brief update on activity and proof of expenditure.

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