Bishop of Lincoln’s Social Justice Fund

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This is a really good opportunity for those voluntary and community groups across Greater Lincolnshire addressing the root causes of social injustice to apply for funding to help them tackle issues such as poverty, loneliness and isolation and homelessness.

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​The fund is made up of £667K from the Diocese of Lincoln, and £333K via The Community Foundation as part of a Government match-funded scheme

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<strong> Grant manager: </strong><br><br>Helen Cater<br>

Grant manager:

Helen Cater


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This Fund builds upon an initial donation from the County’s current High Sheriff, Richard Lake, whose ambition is to inspire and support young people at risk of committing anti-social behaviour to encourage them to make good life choices and exercise better judgment. Recognising the importance of this issue, Members and Officers at the South East Lincolnshire Partnership have provided funding, matched by the High Sheriff and Lincolnshire Community Foundation to enable voluntary and community organisations based in the heart of their community to deliver diversionary youth services