grassroots community

grassroots community

Any group of activists generally focused on a limited number of issues of common interest. Grassroots communities are fluid groupings that provide voice, input and power of local communities in health and social care decisions, and may be found organised through local networks, organisations and community centres.
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17, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Voices of Vietnam, an organization dedicated to raising awareness about Vietnamese women who were raped and sexually assaulted by South Korean troops during the Vietnam War, held its first grassroots community event in New Orleans yesterday.
This includes women and youth participation in grassroots community and local economic development activities, including female and youth employment, as well as enhancing their engagement with local authorities.
A BUILDING society has once again launched a campaign to help grassroots community groups.
Christine Tate, head of corporate responsibility at British Gas, said: "As a responsible energy company we are pleased to able to work with grassroots community organisations to make sure that we can make a real difference to peoples' lives.
Spirit of Shankly's Roy Bentham said: "This money would be much appreciated by the grassroots community and should be at the very heart of all of the parties' election manifestos.
GRASSROOTS community programmes are set to enjoy a PS200,000 funding boost as part of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014 legacy.
THREE grassroots community groups in Birmingham have been awarded vital funding after coming up trumps in a public vote.
The scheme started with the Small Start Project which gave modest grants to small grassroots community initiatives and enterprising individuals.
People can then purchase the items at lowcosts and all money raised will be ploughed back into the local area into grassroots community projects.
A DENBIGHSHIRE team is among the range of grassroots community groups throughout Wales sharing in nearly PS220,000 awarded from the Big Lottery Fund this week.
Hosted by Llais y Goedwig, the grassroots community woodland network for Wales, the gathering at Blaen Bran, Torfaen on Friday and Saturday, April 19-20, will bring groups together from the 130-strong network, as well as speakers and guests from national organisations such as Natural Resources Wales, the Woodland Trust, and Coed Cymru.
Bill and Mary-Helen Rossi created Merge Education after 20 years of nonprofit work to empower grassroots community programs to thrive so they can do more good.

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