There are three weeks left to apply for the cash
People could get a share of a £50,000 pot to deliver projects that fight hate crime, promote inclusion and prevent radicalisation.
Trafford Council is offering up to £5,000 to groups that work to bridge the gaps between people of different faiths and backgrounds in their area.
The cash will be used to deliver targeted campaigns against hate crime and knife crime, fight social isolation and promote pride within communities.
The Trafford Partnership, made up of council representatives, residents, charities, businesses and faith groups across the borough, is behind the scheme.
In a statement on their website, a Trafford Partnership spokesperson said: “ Trafford has a diverse community , with many faiths and cultures across our borough. We have strong community relations, and Trafford is the safest borough in Greater Manchester.
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