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Merseyside VRP Tendering Update

Do you think that your group or organisation has what it takes to deliver a grant-funded Merseyside VRP project? Then you need to take a look at the process on the ‘bluelight’ procurement portal where the contract description and application forms are located...

https://bluelight.eu-supply.com

The information provides both buyers and suppliers with a secure, cost-effective and easy-to-use eTendering solution for the advertisement of new tender opportunities, online quotation and tenders. It also secures an auditable message function to ensure a consistent and non-discriminatory competitive process, which is really efficient and easy to manage.

Most UK police forces and many fire and rescue services publish and manage their quotations and tenders on this e-Tendering portal.

For further details please contact Inspector Ian Noble on: Ian.P.Noble@merseyside.police.uk

Current Opportunities

Title: PCC/PD/204 -Delivery of Trauma-Informed Strategic Support for Schools
Link: https://uk.eu-supply.com/ctm/Supplier/PublicPurchase/33824/0/0?returnUrl=ctm/Supplier/publictenders&b=BLUELIGHT

Description:
We require an organisation to deliver trauma-informed strategic support for up to ten educational establishments across Merseyside during 2020/21. Each school would access three days of on-site consultancy and support progressing staff training, co-ordinating newly-available recovery curriculum resources and developing school policies/procedures (linking pastoral support and teaching and learning) using an ACE lens and trauma-informed approach.

Timeframes:

  • Clarifications by 7 August
  • Bids due in by 14 August
  • Evaluation of bids w/c 17 August
  • Announcements w/c 24 August

See the most recent successful tenders

 

Design and Delivery of sports and physical activity projects for Young People under 25 years.

Link: https://merseysidesport.com/merseyside-violence-reduction-partnership/ 

Description:

The Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership (VRP) has appointed Merseyside Sports Partnership (MSP) to commission the sports sector to provide effective projects which target young people under 25 years, who may be at risk of experiencing or becoming involved with violent crime, gang culture or criminal exploitation, within identified key areas in Merseyside.  

We’re looking for organisations who can create and deliver effective sport and physical activity projects that can really change young people’s lives. These projects will not only improve the physical and mental wellbeing these young people, but will also enhance their own self-esteem and aspirations, whilst providing further opportunities and pathways beyond the funded programmes.

The VRP, through MSP, are looking for providers who can clearly demonstrate how they involve and actively engage young people. It is important to the VRP that the voice of young people is heard and is influential to the identification, design, coordination and / or delivery of the project for which funding is being sought.

Timeframes:

28th August – Commissioning process ‘live’ (see the above link)

25th September- Closing Date for Applicants

29th to 1st October – Panel

2nd October- Decisions confirmed

October to 31st March 2021 – Delivery of funded programmes

 

For further information on how to apply for funding within this VRP funding stream, please see the above link.

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Design and Delivery of Culture and Arts projects for Young People under 25 years.

Link: https://cfmerseyside.org.uk/

Description:

The Merseyside Violence Reduction Partnership (VRP) has appointed the Community Foundation for Merseyside to commission the Culture and Arts sector to provide effective projects which target young people under 25 years, who may be at risk of experiencing or becoming involved with violent crime, gang culture or criminal exploitation, within identified key areas in Merseyside.  

The VRP is extremely keen to involve the Community and Young People in this process and to ensure that young people are central to the provision and youth-directed provision is favoured where possible. Applications should therefore include some evidence of young people being involved in the co-production; co-design or co-evaluation of programmes / projects.

Timeframes:

Friday 21st Aug – Commissioning process ‘live’

Friday 18th Sept – Closing date for applications

Panel- 16th Oct

Decisions confirmed - by 23rd Oct

October to 31st March 2021 – Delivery of funded projects

 

For further information on how to apply for funding within this funding stream, please see the above link.

 

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