Manchester Mind work with Greater Manchester Mental Health Trust in order to deliver some community services from community mental health teams. To help them with this Manchester Mind are looking to appoint an Manchester Mind has been delivering services since 1989 and have developed a range of highly respected services for young people and adults living in the City.
Thank you to the following who are supporting this year's Spirit of Manchester Awards helping us celebrate and reward the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector for all their hard work. Their generosity will help make this year even better than last and help ensure the award continues in future years. See how you could support the awards
Nigel and Sarah from Macc were involved in facilitating and contributing to the North Manchester Inquiry into increasing the strength of the voluntary sector and the final recommendations paper is now available (below). There is an ongoing working group which Sarah is part of.
Visualise, plan, manage and evaluate projects successfully
Whatever the type or scale of your project, delivering great results, on time and budget, is always a challenge.
This online course introduces you to the essential skills and processes that support successful project management and helps you apply them to your own context.
While other project management courses propose complex methods and techniques, this course will give you the skill-set to play an active role in a project environment right away.
Information for the bulletin is compiled from a number of sources including Grantfinder, and direct from funders themselves. It showcases just a few of the hundreds of funding opportunities available for local community, voluntary and faith organisations.
This bulletin is produced by a partnership of local support and development agencies across Greater Manchester.
This workshop with Manchester Carers Centre will focus on Young Carers and Young Adult Carers. The session aims to increase the understanding of who is a young carer, what they might have to do and how to effectively support young people with caring responsibilities. The workshop also aims to help professionals identify young carers, explore what the impact of being a young carer might have on a young person’s life and the inequalities they may face as a result. This workshop has been created to include the lived experiences of young carers and young adult carers.
Over half the population say that they follow a religion, with minority beliefs growing. Some of these beliefs and practices can be at odds with mainstream youth provision.
This workshop will:
Help Community on Solid Ground (COSG) by taking a few minutes to fill out their questionnaire so they can work towards getting the Community Sports Hall at Manley Park Community Centre Site to carry on working successfully with the community.
COSG is an active and effective local charity based in Whalley Range, using sports, development, training, youth work and social activities to:
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GM Moving are launching a GM wide campaign mid-September and they need your help. The campaign aims to inform and change attitudes around movement and physical activity.