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Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce - The Inclusion Imperative

This event will be hosted by Sasha Scott, Founder & CEO of the Inclusive Group.

Sasha Scott runs Inclusive Group and is an expert in diversity, bias, inclusivity and managing psychological health. She understands the commercial drivers behind reducing bias within the workplace and the critical need to promote and sustain inclusive workplace cultures, in order to attract and retain talent.

30 September, 2020 - 10:00 to 10:45
Online
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EMERGE Charity Services Administrator

We’re seeking a highly motivated administrator, who is well organised in their approach to work. You’ll be joining a great company at a time of exciting growth.

We are a registered charity, with three key operations. These are our sister enterprise EMERGE Recycling, our food redistribution scheme FareShare Greater Manchester, and our reclaimed timber enterprise Touch Wood. We exist to promote the idea and practice of the real ‘3Rs’ of waste reduction, reuse and recycling, and the wider concepts of resource efficiency and sustainable consumption.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£18,525 per annum. Starting salary
Location: 
EMERGE. New Smithfield Market. Openshaw. Manchester. M11 2WJ
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FareShare Greater Manchester Fresh Produce Operative

We are recruiting an Operative who can play a key role in the FareShare team to reduce the volumes of fresh produce going to waste on New Smithfield Market, by diverting short life produce to FareShare Greater Manchester.

The Operative will lead, co-ordinate, and carry out the day to day diversion work and ensure the diverted produce is quality controlled prior to, receipt and distribution to FareShare Community Food Members.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£18,135 per annum. Starting salary
Location: 
EMERGE. New Smithfield Market. Openshaw. Manchester. M11 2WJ
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FareShare Greater Manchester Community Food Coordinator

Thousands of tonnes of food go to waste in the UK every year whilst millions of people struggle to make ends meet every day. FareShare GM connects frontline charities and schools with surplus good food, helping them to support people in need. FareShare also protects the planet by reducing food waste.

We are recruiting a Community Food Coordinator who will grow our diverse membership across Greater Manchester.

The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of food safety, and the challenges faced by food providers in community settings.

Hours: 
37.5 hours per week
Salary: 
£19,000 - £23,000 depending on experience
Location: 
New Smithfield Market. Openshaw. Manchester. M11 2WJ
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Get Grants - Meet the funder event

Get Grants will be joined by Groundwork to explore Comic Relief Community Grants with participants.

There has never been a greater need for fundraisers to get-together and share knowledge and experience.

Due to the popularity of our first virtual event, we have developed a full programme of virtual Meet the Funder events over the coming months.

Our next Meet the Funder event is with Michelle Brodie from Groundwork West Midlands to explore Comic Relief Community Grants with participants.

3 November, 2020 - 13:30 to 14:30
Online

Online Bid Writing in Sports & Physical Activity Workshop

Get Grants have developed an Online Bid Writing in Sports & Physical Activity Workshop in response to request for Fundraising support from local clubs and sports organisation.

The Workshop is a two-hour online session aimed at organisations who are delivering sports and physical activity projects who are interested in growing their grant fundraising confidence and increasing their income through grant funding.

10 November, 2020 - 13:00 to 15:00
Online

Get Grants - Online Corporate Fundraising

Get Grants Online Corporate Fundraising Training Course is a practical learning session designed to support fundraisers and non-profit organisations to increase their Corporate Fundraising success.

Increasing your knowledge of Corporate Fundraising will help you to develop new business relationships and diversify your organisation’s potential income. In doing so, you have the potential to increase your organisation’s financial sustainability, aiding you in meeting your organisation’s objectives.

4 November, 2020 - 09:30 to 11 November, 2020 - 11:30
Online

Get Grants - Online Bid Writing for Charities and Community Groups

Get Grants new Online Bid-Writing Course adapts our expert lead Bid-Writing Course to the current situation, utilising Zoom to deliver a virtual version of this popular course. Our online course is also an opportunity for those who couldn’t attend our regular courses due to location issues.

Our online bid writing course will give you pragmatic support that will improve your ratio of success and motivate you to write further grant applications and proposals with greater confidence. Our course will give you access to our Fundraising expert’s extensive knowledge and advice.

10 November, 2020 - 09:30 to 17 November, 2020 - 11:30
Online

Get Grants - Online Bid Writing for Charities and Community Groups

Get Grants new Online Bid-Writing Course adapts our expert lead Bid-Writing Course to the current situation, utilising Zoom to deliver a virtual version of this popular course. Our online course is also an opportunity for those who couldn’t attend our regular courses due to location issues.

Our online bid writing course will give you pragmatic support that will improve your ratio of success and motivate you to write further grant applications and proposals with greater confidence. Our course will give you access to our Fundraising expert’s extensive knowledge and advice.

5 October, 2020 - 09:30 to 12 October, 2020 - 11:30
Online

Spirit of Manchester 2020 Quiz

29 September, 2020 - 19:30 to 21:30

Join us for what will certainly be an entertaining evening raising valuable funds for the Spirit of Manchester Fund.

The Spirit of Manchester Fund provides mini-grants to local voluntary community groups, social enterprises or registered charities to help deliver projects, events or community activities which improve the wellbeing of people who live, work or study in Manchester.

Due to Covid-19 we will be using the power of digital technology to run the quiz.

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