Henshaws is a well-established registered charity based in the North of England supporting people with sight loss or other disabilities for over 180 years, to go beyond expectations, to live independent and fulfilling lives.
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Are you part of a group working with 13-18 year olds? If so, this is your opportunity to attend a young people and media event at BBC MediaCityUK, hosted by BBC School Report on Saturday 8 December 2018, 11.45am-3.30pm.
WeMindTheGap are looking for innovative and socially conscious organisations who will commit to supporting care leavers with the kind of opportunities the rest of us take for granted, and in so doing create inclusive, opportunity-rich environments for their own teams.
The Kings Fund’s Cascading Leadership programme is now open for new applications.
The programme, now in its third year, offers free support, advice and training to the leaders of health and wellbeing charities based on a ground-breaking model of peer-to-peer support. To date, it has supported 120 voluntary and community sector (VCS) leaders and is now offering a further 64 places on this year’s programme.
This year's Giving Tuesday is on 27 November. This is a great opportunity to get your supporters involved in fundraising for your charity - whether it's simply by Tweeting about you using the #GivingTuesday hashtag, organising an event or taking on a sponsored challenge.
Giving Tuesday is all about supporting and celebrating Britain’s charities.
Manchester arts organisation, Made by Mortals, launches ‘Ears Against Loneliness’ video and social campaign to encourage listening and combat loneliness.
Youth centre serves 800 free hot meals to local families in need.
We will be hosting a meeting immediately following the launch event, hopefully in the same venue (TBC) and are looking for Manchester-based organisations to take part. It will be an opportunity for you to find out more about what is planned in the area, suggest groups and organisations to approach and help make sure we engage with as wide a range of people as possible. Lunch will be provided.
Greater Manchester Youth Network (GMYN) are circulating an online questionnaire for young people aged 13 to 25 to collect their views on health and health care provision in Manchester.
This is as part of a piece of work being carried out by Manchester Clinical Commissioning Group, so it’s a really good opportunity for young people to have their say on health services and get their voices heard.