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Sow the City Prescribe a Plant

29 Oct 2020 - 14:11 by michelle.foster

sow the citySow the City has worked with Cornbrook Medical Practice in Central Manchester to develop their grounds into an engaging space for growing, wildlife and relaxation. Cornbrook is prescribing gardening and nature activities to patients to benefit their health and wellbeing and to help to tackle social isolation.

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Festival of Trusteeship 2020 (2-6 November)

2 November, 2020 (All day) to 6 November, 2020 (All day)

To celebrate Trustees Week (2 to 6 November 2020), GettingOnBoard bring you their first ever Festival of Trusteeship.

It's for people who want to become trustees, trustees who want to keep learning and developing, and for charity leaders who want to understand best practice in trustee recruitment and diversity.

We'll have an action-packed week of events, with workshops, Ted-style talks, networking events, Q&A clinics, and more.

BAME Millennials navigating space under lockdown

29 Oct 2020 - 13:27 by michelle.foster

bame millennialsThe Ubele Initiative is looking for 12 BAME adults (18-30 year olds) to participate in a 4 month project to capture and share young BAME adults’ experiences of Covid-19 and associated lockdown responses.

Are you a young adult from a Black, Asian and/or Minority Ethnic (BAME) background?

Are you aged 18-30?

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Gaddum are recruiting Trustees

29 Oct 2020 - 13:25 by michelle.foster

gaddumGaddum are recruiting new trustees for its Board, which offers governance and strategic leadership to their organisation.

This is an opportunity to join an enthusiastic and forward looking Board of Trustees, governing one of Greater Manchester’s fastest growing and progressive Charities, which provides support in some of the most vital areas of Health and Social Care.

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Mind guidance: Coronavirus and work

29 Oct 2020 - 13:23 by michelle.foster

mind guidanceMind are aware that for many organisations coronavirus is creating a lot of uncertainty and this may be having an impact on your business and employees in a number of ways. Mind are here to support you.

Mind have put together some advice and support for you and your team to help manage your wellbeing during this ever-changing situation – from working at home to supporting team members with children. 

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Mental Health Foundation: Kindness Matters guide

29 Oct 2020 - 13:21 by michelle.foster

kindness matters guideKindness is choosing to do something that helps others or yourself, motivated by genuine warm feelings.  

Kindness, or doing good, often means putting other people’s needs before our own. It could be by giving up our seat on a bus to someone who might need it more, or offering to make a cup of tea for someone at work. 

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Trustees’ Week 2020

29 Oct 2020 - 12:14 by michelle.foster

trustees weekTrustees’ Week 2020 is taking place 2-6 November. It's an opportunity to highlight the excellent work of trustees, support boards to improve their governance, and encourage new people to consider trusteeship and volunteering opportunities.

During the week, NCVO will be running a variety of online activities:

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Workshops for Music Facilitators

29 Oct 2020 - 12:10 by michelle.foster

brighter soundBrighter Sound are hosting a series of online weekly workshops to support people working in the modern world of music facilitation.

Over six sessions the sessions will cover a range of topics, connected around the theme of health and wellbeing that respond to the current needs of music facilitators.

This is an opportunity to:

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Greater Manchester Tree Month

29 Oct 2020 - 12:07 by michelle.foster

gm tree monthCity of Trees celebrates Greater Manchester’s treasure trove of trees and woodlands and encourages people to learn more about their amazing benefits this November.

Greater Manchester Tree Month launches on 1 November. Each week will have a different topic from ‘trees and bees’ and celebrating pollinators, to highlighting green heroes and the best woodland walks in Greater Manchester.

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