The Fund aims to support people aged 60+ and can consider community projects that focus on supporting health and well being, tackle social isolation or help people to learn a new skill/develop an interest.
The Liverpool City Region Combined Authority is seeking the views of businesses to drive skills improvements and accelerate business growth and success.
Metro Mayor Steve Rotheram has today reaffirmed his ambitions to create the right conditions for business growth and success across the City Region.
The first step is to seek the views of business leaders from across the City Region. Today, Mr Rotheram has launched the Combined Authority’s first (and biggest) business survey of its kind. He wants to hear from businesses on how they can better access and develop a skilled workforce. Recruiting, retaining and retraining high quality staff is a critical driver to securing success and growing businesses, leading to a thriving City Region economy.
Businesses need high quality staff who are committed, reliable and conscientious and who have the right skills for the job and at the right time. With an ageing workforce across the country as a whole as well as across the City Region, together with the continual challenges brought about by advances in technology and globalisation, the ability of businesses to recruit and retain the staff they need becomes ever more challenging.
Charities are taking more responsibility than ever – they’re often at the very heart of public and family services. But to do their work, they have all the compliance burden of commercial organisations – with all the pressure of chasing funding and justifying every expense.
That’s why we offer charities free course materials and exceptional discounts – with no strings attached and no complications. So you’ll only ever pay for what you need, with the flexibility to support you as you grow. We have everything your team requires to provide a compliant and professional operation, including best-sellers like Safeguarding, Health & Safety, Compliance, Modern Slavery.
We are looking for a few Side by Side volunteers. We’re looking for male or female, any age but preferably with their own car. We have a few people with dementia that we are looking to match with volunteers that have slightly reduced mobility and are not really able to get public transport, these people are interested in getting out and about. We also have a couple of people with dementia that are just looking for volunteers to visit them at home to chat in more of a befriending role.
Community Action Wirral will be hosting a series of events in partnership with Wirral Chamber of Commerce. This is your opportunity to engage and consult with your infrastructure organisation so that we can offer the most appropriate support to help you grow and develop in the future.
These two hour events will be held at The Lauries, 142 Claughton Road, Birkenhead CH41 6EY.
I work for a national charity called Contact the Elderly covering the North West. Contact the Elderly has been bringing friendship to lonely and isolated older people for 52 years now. We do this by bringing together small groups of lonely older people and kind hearted volunteers, who meet together each month in a local volunteer’s home, enjoying cups of tea, cakes and sandwiches together in a warm and friendly environment. This free door-to-door service is a vital lifeline of friendship for older people within the community.
Volunteers with cars (who have all been DBS checked and provided two references) each collect two or three older guests every month, and the group of 8 to 10 guests plus 4-5 volunteer drivers meet for Afternoon Tea in the house of a volunteer host. They visit a different home each month and over the months friendships develop. Group members are usually well into their 80s and 90s, (though the minimum age is just 75 years ish) living alone (or as carers or within sheltered schemes) without supportive family nearby and would struggle to get ‘out and about’ without assistance. Many of the groups’ guests will use a stick or frame to aid their mobility, and would need to be able to walk the short distance from their front door to their volunteer’s car (and get in and out of the car) with just the guiding arm of a volunteer for additional support. Unfortunately we are unable to include older people who rely on a wheelchair for their mobility – volunteers’ cars and hosts’ homes are not adapted for wheelchair access.
A friendly group where you will discover the life skills you need to survive on a low income.
Starting on the 4th May 2017 at 10:30 with a free lunch at New Brighton Baptist Church, Seabank Road, CH45 1HG
Book by calling Shirley on 0781 656 3688.
Christians against Poverty – Life Skills.
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On 25 May 2018 the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in the UK. This will replace the current Data Protection Act and introduce new and different requirements for all sectors and organisations.
To help fundraisers understand the key parts of GDPR in relation to direct marketing and how you can lawfully contact your supporters, we have produced this guidance in partnership with Bircham Dyson Bell to take you through the main questions.
Charity Escapes is a holiday website with a difference. Not only do we offer a wide range of really special properties but when you book with us, some (if not all) of the money you pay goes to a good cause. So, just by booking a holiday you are helping a charitable cause!
Charity Escapes is delighted to be working with a small number of charities who are doing some amazing things. We’ve listed some of our charity partners below with some more details about what they do and how they spend money raised from selling Charity Escapes. If you are a charity and would like to work with us, please click here to find out how we can work with you to help raise money and your profile.
The inaugural Festival of Beautiful Ideas begins this month. From April 23 to 27 you’re invited to join us to share an idea that can have further impact on making Birkenhead and Woodside a great place to live and work. Come along, get ready to collaborate, and help reignite Wirral’s long history of ideas and innovation.