Flourish CIC’s Virtual SOUP events are a way to make connections, whilst motivate and support communities by getting cash to women changemakers.
Do you want to help improve mental health services across north Manchester? Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust are hosting a virtual design workshop to discuss the new Park House development. They want to hear from you.
If you would like to take part in the workshop, register your interest by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org
This session will be run by Graeme Hughes from Brabners Solicitors, and will look at the governance issues that have arisen as a result of the current crisis. It will cover things like running AGMs during lockdown, getting returns and accounts to the charity commission on time, your objects and new activities etc. This will be followed by a Q&A
This training course is free for those who work or volunteer with voluntary, community or social enterprise (VCSE) organisations that operate in Greater Manchester.
Community Matters know these are difficult times, and are eager to make sure that small charities can survive both now and into the future. To aid this effort and also to provide some sort of opportunity for networking, Community Matters are offering an online zoom meeting for organisations.
This meeting will follow on form the previous one offering updates where available on government funding as well as offering time to share and network.
Gov.uk have produced Coronavirus (COVID-19): safer travel guidance for passengers. This guide will help you understand how to travel safely during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in England. It provides guidance for walking, cycling, using private vehicles (for example cars and vans), and travelling by taxis and public transport (for example trains, buses, coaches and ferries).
Homeless Link is calling for urgent national and local action so that nobody is forced to sleep rough after lockdown.
Actions to protect people sleeping rough during the Coronavirus lockdown have demonstrated that with the right level of focus and investment, progress can be made in tackling rough sleeping. We now have a unique opportunity to build on this progress and end rough sleeping for good.
The Government has introduced additional grant funding aimed at small businesses with ongoing, fixed property-related costs who didn’t qualify for the Small Business Grant or the Retail, Hospitality and Leisure Grant due to either not having a rates liability or not meeting the Government-set criteria.
Manchester Mind is working with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust to deliver roles within community mental health teams in Manchester. To help with this work Manchester Mind are looking to employ a social worker. The post-holder will work within an integrated, multi-disciplinary team with staff employed both by Manchester Mind and the Trust.
As a Social Worker you will be a crucial member of the team. You would be proactively supporting and care co-ordinating a caseload of people with mental health problems and complex needs.
Manchester Settlement has been providing community focused education and support services for over 120 years. Manchester Settlement are very proud of their history and of the unique mix of services and activities that we are able to co-produce with local people.
Manchester Settlement are looking for somebody that has qualified at level 3 or degree level in a health/social care/youth discipline to join our small team of support workers.
The Greater Manchester Combined authority have released a Greater Manchester Wellbeing and Mental Health During COVID-19 booklet.
It has some great tips and ideas for things you can do to look after yourself and support others.