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Furniture and pallets available for donation to community groups

18 Sep 2018 - 16:19 by michelle.foster

Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust currently have an array of furniture and pallets at their Prestwich site that are available for donation to local community offices, projects or workshops.

Available are wave office desks, pedestals, meeting chairs and pallets for any community upcycling projects. There are also broken furniture that parts could be extracted off to make something new with.

Interest community groups should arrange to view the items at the site in Prestwich, unfortunately items aren’t able to be delivered.

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Love for the streets using music art and creativity to tackle homelessness

17 Sep 2018 - 09:50 by michelle.foster

Love for the Streets (LFTS) is hosting a party for a purpose Sunday 23 September at Hidden nightclub for their next event ‘Hidden Behind the Headlines’. Love for the streets

The all day festival will bring together a combination of music, food and fashion stalls, live art and creative workshops. This event will mark the launch of their campaign raising awareness about ‘Hidden Homelessness’.

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Tackling Inactivity Initiative, Winning Hearts and Minds Programme

14 Sep 2018 - 09:05 by michelle.foster

Manchester City Council are seeking a partner or partners to design and develop new approaches to tackling inactivity in North Manchester as part of the Winning Hearts and Minds Programme. Manchester City Council

The partnership delivering the Winning Hearts and Minds programme (WHM) includes Manchester Health and  Care Commissioning, Manchester City Council and Eastlands Trust.

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Virgin Money Foundation's Heart of the Community Fund

14 Sep 2018 - 09:03 by michelle.foster

Virgin Money Foundation are on a mission to support community regeneration by backing people who can make big changes happen locally. Virgin Money Foundation

Virgin Money Foundation love helping local communities thrive so every two months, they are giving three local charities the chance to win £1,000 – with awards of £500 and £250 for the two runners-up.

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Cheetham Hill Advice Centre are recruiting a Treasurer

14 Sep 2018 - 09:01 by michelle.foster

Established by the community in 1977, Cheetham Hill Advice Centre (CHAC) is a busy neighbourhood advice centre in Manchester providing face-to-face legal advice to residents. Cheretham Hill Advice Centre

CHAC is an incorporated charity and want to recruit a Treasurer to join their board of trustees. All trustees volunteer their time to support the centre manager and staff team.  The Treasurer provides financial oversight of the charity.

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Voices For All are recruiting Trustees

14 Sep 2018 - 09:00 by michelle.foster

Voices For All are recruiting new trustees for its Board, which offers governance and trategic leadership to the organisation. Voices For All are a mental health and wellbeing charity that provides a wide range of support through our activity groups. The charity began life in 2011 as Rochdale Boroughwide User Forum as a service user led organisation. Voices For All

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Subsidised training – LGBT-inclusive Relationships and Sex Education

14 Sep 2018 - 08:58 by michelle.foster

With mandatory Relationships and Sex Education on the horizon the UK's largest LGBT+ youth charity is offered heavily subsidised places on their upcoming Sexuality aGender training. Sexuality aGender v2 is a brand new, pioneering resource pack. It is NOT a sexual health package for LGBT+ young people, it is an inclusive pack for ALL young people. The Proud Trust

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Applications now open for key police panel

14 Sep 2018 - 08:54 by michelle.foster

Five people are needed for roles on a panel which oversees the use of resources available to the Mayor and Chief Constable for Policing in Greater Manchester.

The Greater Manchester Joint Police Audit Panel is a group which oversees the management of the £500m police budget, which includes the Chief Constable’s final accounts, internal and external audit arrangements, risk management and the annual governance statement.

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GM Poverty Action newsletter: Autumn Preview; Your Local Pantry; GMHP Poverty issue; GMHA job; and forthcoming events

14 Sep 2018 - 08:53 by michelle.foster

The newsletter looks ahead at an Autumn packed with activities and events. GM Poverty Action also have an article about Stockport Homes’ very successful Your Local Pantry model with details about the help that is available if you would like to set one up.

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