Manchester Culture Awards 2021

Savannah Wisdom are delighted to announce that we have been nominated in the Best Business Partnership Category in the forthcoming Manchester Culture Awards 2021! Along with our fantastic partners, B&M Community Fund, HOME Manchester and Manchester City Council, we worked in collaboration to offer small grants to those Freelancers who work in cultural activities in […]

Savannah Wisdom at new Ripples of Hope Festival

September saw a unique new five-day festival taking place in Manchester. Inspired by people and their stories, strength and creativity;  Ripples of Hope was a wonderful celebration of the power of people to make change.  An important topic at the Business and Investment Summit was the notion of regeneration for businesses and organisations, with Savannah Wisdom […]

Support for Cultural Hardship Fund & new Manchester initiative HOMEground

In March and April this year, Savannah Wisdom provided one-off hardship grants to Creative Freelancers in Manchester who were ineligible for The Government Covid-19 recovery scheme. In the most difficult period for the arts in recent years, we were really concerned that many creatives would be lost to the city without it. Alongside project partners, […]

Belong Network launched

Savannah Wisdom was proud to support the launch of the Belong Network at an event attended by Lord Younger in Manchester on Thursday 10 October.  Formerly The Cohesion and Integration Network, Belong CEO, Jo Broadwood, made the announcement at their first annual conference: Leading on Integration. The successful event was attended by over 100 individuals […]

Savannah Wisdom pleased to support new Cohesion and Integration Network

New Cohesion and Integration Network SAVANNAH WISDOM IS PLEASED TO SUPPORT NEW COHESION AND INTEGRATION NETWORK (COIN) TO BUILD STRONGER COMMUNITIES A new £7 million fund to support trailblazing approaches to building more integrated communities in England was launched in July this year by Secretary of State for Communities Rt. Hon James Brokenshire MP. The […]