Connect Hackney is in its second phase of delivery and we are now looking to commission a range of projects that meet the needs of socially isolated older people with complex needs. We have two commissioning opportunities available. Click on the links below for more information.
We are looking to award a minimum of one contract up a value of £85,000 for each of the three complex needs themes, (3 x £85,000 contracts). We will consider awarding a fourth contract if any one of the three themes generates a strong response. The total funding allocation for this tender is £340,000.
We held a ‘Meet the funder Q&A session’ for potential bidders to find out more about the opportunity, and ask any questions. Click here to see the answers to the questions asked.
The deadline for tenders for this opportunity is 5pm on 20 March 2019
Click here for more information on commissioning for dementia, anxiety & depression, difficulty leaving home regularly.
Following on from previous commissioning, we are particularly interested in commissioning up to five projects that work with people aged 50 plus from members of Hackney’s BAME communities that the programme has had limited engagement with:
• Turkish and Kurdish
• Smaller Black African communities, for example, Francophone African
• Asian: Indian, Bangladeshi, Chinese and Vietnamese
• Other smaller ethic communities in the borough, for example, Latin American
£200k is available in this commissioning round – capped at £40K per award (potentially five projects).
A ‘Meet the funder Q&A session’ took place on Tuesday 12th March .
The deadline for tenders is 5pm on Monday 15 April 2019
Click here to find out more about commissioning services for BAME communities.