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Community Centres, services and activities re-opened - sharing event

Join us for this information sharing / network event aimed at those organisations that have returned back to workplaces and / or delivering services.

Back in July we ran Planning to Re-open webinar aimed at community centres and groups returning to physical places of work.

8 October, 2020 - 13:00 to 14:00
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Spirit of Manchester Story Week 2020 - "Best birthday present ever"

28 Sep 2020 - 08:48 by helen.walker

Before the pandemic, Europia offered face to face appointments to help those who needed to apply to continue to live in the UK lawfully following the EU settlement scheme. Of course they can no longer do this in person, so now the sessions are being held over the phone or remotely, providing advice and submitting applications on the clients’ behalf.

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Spirit of Manchester Story Week 2020 - What does wellbeing mean to you?

25 Sep 2020 - 15:53 by helen.walker

The LAB Project delivers courses in employability and wellbeing, and in lieu of the Covid-19 crisis, has had to adapt quickly to take these online.

Courses run Monday to Friday over two weeks; and with the aim of exploring what wellbeing means to those that take part. This is supported through the use of different creative activities and the keen ability of facilitators to develop an environment based on sharing and peer support.

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Charity Digital - #BeMoreDigital fundraising day

The outbreak of COVID-19 has changed the way charities fundraise. Engaging audiences online is now a necessity: charities are adapting to new working cultures, online community fundraising is becoming the lifeblood of many organisations, and engaged audiences are working harder than ever for their chosen charities.

15 October, 2020 - 09:00 to 13:00
Online

2 x Assistant Project Officers at City of Trees

City of Trees are recruiting for two members to join their ambitious team greening Greater Manchester. 

The main role of the job is planning and delivering a range of different projects across the city region including tree planting, woodland management, greenspace improvement, conservation works and environmental education.

Part of the role will also include supporting the delivery team with the organisation’s programme of activities such as corporate working days, volunteer sessions and a variety of public events.

Both posts are 12 month fixed term contracts.

Hours: 
36 hours per week
Salary: 
£17,681 – £19,446 dependent on experience
Location: 
Manchester
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Is the past a guide to the future?

Quilter Cheviot is delighted to invite you to our live webinar and question and answer session with Sir Stuart Etherington, former Chief Executive of The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). Sir Stuart will explore how the charity sector has evolved over the last 20 years and what the future holds both in challenges and opportunities particularly post Covid-19.

Zoom (link will be shared with registered attendees the day before the webinar)

22 October, 2020 - 10:30 to 12:00
Online

2 x GM Interfaith HSC Locality Engagement Leads at The Greater Manchester Interfaith Health and Social Care Working Group

The Greater Manchester Interfaith Health and Social Care Working Group was developed following a series of faith and health conferences in collaboration with the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership. The working group is made of representatives from local interfaith and faith organisations across the 10 localities of Greater Manchester. Faith Network for Manchester acts as the secretariat and leading this recruitment on behalf of the group.

Hours: 
14 hours per week
Salary: 
£8,400 per annum (£21,000 FTE)
Location: 
Manchester
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Spirit of Manchester Story Week 2020 – Yoga for calm and resilience

25 Sep 2020 - 12:06 by michelle.foster

‘This helps people’s mental health and helps to build resilience to deal with what the outside world is throwing at you.’

Manchester City of Sanctuary has been running their sessions online throughout the pandemic, allowing people to stay connected and resilient during this difficult time. They have engaged with over 146 people over the past 6 months and deliver a range of simple sessions that provide a regular support network to their participants.

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MSP Homeless Thematic Review Published

25 Sep 2020 - 10:22 by michelle.foster

The Manchester Safeguarding Partnership (MSP) partners are clear about their responsibilities to learn from experience and improve their services as a result.

Findings from Safeguarding Adult Review (SARs) are an essential part of this process and provide an opportunity to reflect and learn.

On the 6 August 2020 the MSP published its Homeless Thematic Review.

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