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Over 50s in Hackney Chinese community invited for funding talks

Over 50s in Hackney Chinese community invited for funding talks. Hackney’s charities and community groups will soon be competing for a share of £5.8 million from the Big Lottery Fund and it is Hackney residents aged 50 and over who will decide which of their projects are funded. Older residents from the local Chinese community and also other minority communities are already getting involved in the voting sessions where real decision making power is in the hands of the local population. We can make Fake Britain Diploma, Fake British Diploma and Transcript, Fake UK Degree, Buy Fake UK diploma. Buy fake degree from our company is easy and safe.We have thousands of samples form AUS, CAD,USA, UK and other country universities. Fake Diploma, Fake Diploma and Transcript. The scheme, Connect Hackney, has received a grant of £5.8million to fund a six year programme to reduce and prevent the social isolation of older people. In the first two years £1.2million is being awarded to local not for profit groups to provide activities that will support the lives of older people and respect their different experiences and cultures. Which projects get funded will be decided through a system called ‘participatory budgeting’, where local people aged 50 and over will vote for their favourite ideas. Both the projects and the voters will reflect the diversity of the older population in Hackney. Over 50s in Hackney Chinese community invited for funding talks.