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Spirit of Manchester Story Week 2020 - Carers Manchester is here…

23 Sep 2020 - 10:16 by helen.walker

A new information and advice service is available for carers in the city of Manchester. Carers Manchester Contact Point was started during the Covid-19 period and forms part of the new Carers Pathway in Manchester, which is a partnership of statutory and voluntary organisations working together to improve services for Manchester’s 62,000 unwaged carers. Carers Manchester Contact Point is delivered by Gaddum working with Manchester Carers Forum, LMCP and Wai Yin.

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Spirit of Manchester Story Week 2020 - Improving employment prospects via Zoom

23 Sep 2020 - 09:10 by helen.walker

Refugees & Mentors supports refugees and vulnerable migrants to improve their employment prospects and get jobs. Through their Returner project, they support refugee engineering, architecture, IT, telecoms and business service professionals to restart their careers in the UK. The Returner Project focuses on collaborating with employers to secure a skilled 3-6 month paid work placement in their sector, which helps the employer to fill skills gaps and enable a highly skilled refugee professional to gain paid UK work experience in their industry.

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Spirit of Manchester Story Week 2020 - Holding on to hope

21 Sep 2020 - 15:11 by helen.walker

Josie runs an hour-long online coffee morning every Monday for women refugees, asylum seekers and others trying to find sanctuary. The activity is organised by Manchester City of Sanctuary which is part of City of Sanctuary UK, a network of organisations aiming to provide a welcoming place of safety to people fleeing violence and persecution.

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Business Manager at Smart Works Greater Manchester

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a dynamic and focused individual to take on the pivotal role of Smart Works Greater Manchester Business Manager.

This is a key role in a small team, working alongside one other paid member of staff and a team of volunteers. The post holder will require a self-starting and proactive approach, excellent organisational skills and the ability and confidence to take responsibility for the management of the Greater Manchester centre.

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Full time
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£26,000 - 28,000 depending on experience
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Stockport
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Furniture available for non-profit organisations

10 Jul 2020 - 13:52 by michelle.foster

The LGBT Foundation would like to donate some surplus furniture to not for profit organisations:

30 desks and divider screens
10 office chairs
5 x Tampa cupboards
3 x sofas
5/6 oblong tables
A couple of 2 drawer filing cabinets
A number of meeting room chairs

The furniture is free to non-profit organisations and needs to be collected by the end of next week 17 July, you will need to provide your own transport to collect the furniture.

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Queens Award for Voluntary Service Winners 2020

10 Jun 2020 - 12:43 by michael.chaplin...

Macc congratulates all the 2020 Manchester winners of the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS). This is the highest award given to local volunteer groups across the UK to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities. It was created in 2002 to celebrate the anniversary of The Queen's coronation. It is the MBE for volunteer groups.

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Councillor Sue Murphy

8 Apr 2020 - 11:47 by Mike Wild

We are in a time where everyone is expecting to hear bad news at some point. We’re also in a time where more than ever we need to support each other, to work together and unleash all the skill, creativity, kindness and compassion we can muster. So hearing the news of the sudden passing of Councillor Sue Murphy is a shock and a sad and cruel loss for those she loved and for all of us who were working with her to respond to these strange and anxious times.

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The Roaring Twenties

3 Jan 2020 - 12:40 by Mike Wild

One of the things I’ve said many times over the years is the need to think about volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity as a way of coping with a rapidly changing world. I’m not going to tell you to stop doing that! With a new Government with such a large majority we now know that after years, things will start moving fast…or at least it will look and feel as if they are. That big majority means acceleration. We’re just still waiting to see what direction it will take. Who knows what version of ‘One Nation Conservatism’ we will actually see?

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