Coronavirus forced charities to think differently and more accurately, think digitally. Social media is the overcrowded playground right now with charity asks flooding the swings. But, let's say you don't have a huge audience or reach on your social networks... where can you play?
All Health and Wellbeing
Barnardo's are delighted to offer a free 4-6 month coaching course for VCS leaders to improve staff wellbeing.
Sessions are delivered with a balance of group activities and 1-1 discussions.
They are based on the I-GROW Model and participants will:
The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership is pleased to be able to offer a funded development opportunity for 10 Perinatal and Parent-Infant Mental Health (PIMH) Champions from VCSE groups across the city-region.
The Prince’s Trust have launched the Sustainable Futures Fund in the context of recovery. The ambition is not only to support young people at a time of great need, but to enable Greater Manchester to come out of the pandemic looking confidently into the future – aligning with a clear plan for growing industries providing sustainable, good quality, ‘future-focused’ jobs in the region.
The Greater Manchester Wellbeing Toolkit for the health and care workforce and is an interactive online toolkit to help support you to be your best. The last twelve months have been really challenging for us all, and it is more important than ever that we all prioritise good wellbeing in everything we do.
A new briefing by women’s rights charities highlights that over 60,000 women and girls in Manchester have experienced extensive violence and abuse in their lifetime. It calls for all local authorities in Greater Manchester to work together to ensure the most marginalised women are included and involved in its Covid-19 recovery plans.
Cancer awareness saves lives. Every year thousands of people are diagnosed with Cancer. We know that the earlier a cancer is detected, the better the outcome for the people involved. Early detection saves lives. Cancer screening saves lives. Why not top up your knowledge and confidence so that you can help yourself, your family members, community leaders and staff.
Book now to join the discussions, explore the power of collective action, and what we have learnt from the last twelve months to help shape the ways we lead and work into the future.
The event is online using Microsoft Teams and GM Working Together will be running the network event in two halves across a long morning:
- 9am to 10.30am – part one
- 10.30am to 11am – extended break
- 11am to 12.30pm – part two
Come ready for a lively debate.
Manchester Health and Care Commissioning, Manchester City Council, One Manchester and Young Manchester are investing over £1million in a new fund, to support voluntary and community sector organisations to work together to help to strengthen their support to people across the city.