West Midlands > Hodge Hill Neighbourhood Network Scheme (NNS)
POhWER are working on behalf of Birmingham City Council to support adult citizens in the community to live healthy, independent lives. The Neighbourhood Network Scheme helps connect people to individuals, groups, organisations, activities, services and places in their neighbourhoods.
A major role of the NNS is to identify gaps / support existing community assets and develop new ones. Community assets are considered as any group, organisation, place, activity or service which offers an activity that an older adult can participate in. Our combined focus is working with the community assets and then the social work teams to support the assets to connect – indirectly helping older by supporting the community assets that support them.
Grants are available to support community assets in the Hodge Hill Constituency. Our Small Grants Scheme is designed to support Assets in the Hodge Hill Constituency with funds of up to £10,000, especially those working at grass roots and local community level, in any field, across a wide range of activities.
Download the NNS leaflet (pdf)
Download the Volunteer for Hodge Hill Constituency poster (pdf)
Download the Hodge Hill General Funding poster (pdf)
Download the Hodge Hill NNS Micro Funding for Communities Available Poster (pdf)
Download the Hodge Hill NNS Younger Adults aged 18-49 with long term disabilities leaflet(pdf)
Download the Hodge Hill NNS Younger Adults aged 18-49 with long term disabilities poster (pdf)
POhWER Birmingham is a member of and have been awarded the Birmingham Business Charter for Social Responsibility. The award recognises our commitment to corporate social responsibility, to help Birmingham City Council to improve the economic, social and environmental well-being of Birmingham’s citizens.
There are many registered assets delivering much needed services to the local communities, all provide offers which enhance the lives of older adults in our communities.
This can be done by completing a short form that asks you for details on your project, plus your confirmation to become a registered asset. We will arrange to meet you face to face. Once you have been registered, your project will go onto Birmingham Connect to Support directory and your project information will be accessible to a range of professionals. You can access the directory here - https://birmingham.connecttosupport.org/
Hodge Hill NNS General Fund (Older Adults aged 50 years+)
Hodge Hill NNS Steering Group
Hodge Hill NNS Younger Adults aged 18-49 with long term disabilities
For more information, how to get involved or just to contact us, you can send your query to [email protected] or call 0121 726 8577.
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