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Would you like to find out more about our new Helping Working Families fund?  
This fund is aimed at enabling households affected by ‘in-work’ poverty to improve their lives. The fund targets households where someone is working and with a child under the age of 18. Organisations will work with families to design and deliver activities that matter to them. Working with and empowering families is important to us and will be key to deciding which projects to fund. 

You can find out more either at the launch event in Cardiff, on our website from 22 November, or it may be more convenient for you to meet our funding officers for the round table event in Rhyl. This page is about the Cardiff event, details of the Rhyl event will be available on this site shortly.

Butetown Community Centre, Cardiff 22 November 2017


  • 13:00 Doors open

  • 13:30 Welcome and presentation on the new fund from the Big Lottery Fund

  • 13.50  Presentation from Malik Gull, Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network on his experiences of designing projects with people who will benefit from them.

  • 14.25    Introduce stand holders including Big Lottery Fund officers and organisations already working with some of the beneficiary groups this fund targets.

  • 14.35    Opportunity to visit the stands.

  • 15.30     Close

We think the events may be very popular, so initially we would be delighted to welcome one participant from each organisation. If more people want to come from your organisation than we have room for, we will set up a waiting list and contact them on 20 November.

Big Lottery Fund Wales / Cronfa Loteri Fawr Cymru

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Mae'r Gronfa Loteri Fawr yn cefnogi dyheadau pobl sydd am wella bywyd yn eu cymunedau ar draws y Deyrnas Unedig. Rydym yn gyfrifol am ddosbarthu 40% o'r arian a godir gan y Loteri Genedlaethol  

The Big Lottery Fund supports the aspirations of people who want to make life better for their communities across the UK. We are responsible for giving out 40% of the money raised by the National Lottery 


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