Once again, the Fair will provide an opportunity for your organisation to attend one or more of the events in the hope that this will be mutually beneficial as we try and promote the concept and value of volunteering to our student community .
The Gateway Award is an accessible Awards programme, specifically designed for people with a learning disability. The programme enables people to set and reach goals in various areas of their lives including independence, health and leisure as well as volunteering.
The Gateway Award is similar in structure to the Duke of Edinburgh Award with bronze, silver and gold levels. Participants achieve their awards by participating in a wide range of activities throughout the year. We deliver the award programme to groups of people from our centre but most activities take place in the community.
The programme currently runs on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, of which we are seeking one or two staff for all three days. As of July 2017, the days will be Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday so flexibility across working days would be preferable.
Applications for grants in the pilot phase of the £1.8 million Growth fund are now open!
The aim of the Growth strand is to help social organisations scale their impact and diversify their income through accessing social investment and/or commissioned income. The pilot phase will award up to 10 grants by May 2017, with the full grant application window open from September 2017. Around 50 grants are expected to be awarded in total, with an average grant size of £50,000.
Grants are available to support charities and social enterprises to develop and embed an impact management plan, working with an approved provider. As well as provider time, the grant can pay for additional staff or necessary software or hardware—and projects can run for up to 12 months to ensure the plan is embedded.
Before applying for a grant, eligible organisations are required to attend a training session delivered by our partners Impetus-PEF. The approved providers have attended this training too to create a shared understanding about the purpose of the grants and the ambitions of the programme.
Our new fund is open to applications that will deliver real change to young people, women and military veterans lives around the world, whilst also supporting your organisation to thrive. We are particularly interested in applications that demonstrate an enterprising approach and innovative solutions to issues in your community, which in turn inspires others. All applications that fulfil our eligibility criteria will be considered. However, we are especially keen to support organisations that are currently small but have ambitions to expand, grow and deliver sustainable change.
Get your favourite National Lottery funded project the recognition it deserves.
Enter your chosen project into this year’s National Lottery Awards- the annual search to find the nation’s favourite Lottery-funded projects.
Winners receive a £3,000 prize for their project and star in a BBC One television show.
Deadline for entries is midnight on 7 April.
The National Lottery Awards are the annual search to find the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects.
Fundraising and Regulatory Compliance Conference The Fundraising and Regulatory Compliance Conference was aimed at helping charities and other fundraising groups…
Spaces for Change (S4C) is a UK wide programme that will find, fund, support and connect young people aged 16-24 to start and run social ventures that unlock the potential of unused or under-utilised spaces for the benefit of the local community, especially other young people.
From 2016-2019 100 awards will be available for young leaders consisting of up to £5,000 project funding, a dedicated award manager providing tailored support, cohort support, and peer to peer networking opportunities for sharing knowledge and learning.
From November 2015 to August 2016 government collaborated with the New Economics Foundation to develop resources for commissioners and other public sector leaders to help them embed social action in commissioning.
Social action is about people coming together to help improve their lives and solve important problems in their communities. When the public sector works with communities – listening to citizens, growing their capacity to act, and working with them as equals – social action can become a powerful way of meeting people’s needs.
WIRED SEND IAS Caseworker – Wirral
Salary: 30 hours – £20,614 actual salary (FTE – £24,050) plus benefits, 27 days holiday per annum (pro rata)
Contract period: Permanent subject to funding
Wired is a registered charity that provides a range of services to disabled adults, children, young people, parents and carers. WIRED has delivered the Wirral SEND Information, Advice and Guidance (IAS) service successfully for many years and is now seeking to appoint a self-motivated and efficient caseworker with a proven track record of delivering high quality 1:1 work with families of children/young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). This is an opportunity to join an enthusiastic and dedicated team.