Museum Detox exists to empower people of colour working in the museums and heritage sector. Membership is completely free, offering a UK-wide community and the opportunity to connect with Detoxers in the North. Sign up can be completed through this short online form.
A new Facebook group has been set up called Shared Tips to Help Breathing in Lockdown and Covid-19.
Group members learn from each other about how to breathe better. Whether you've had breathing issues for a long time, are struggling at the moment, or you help others to breathe, this group is here to care, be kind and share knowledge.
In May 2020, LGBT Foundation published findings from the largest and most substantive research into the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on LGBT communities in the United Kingdom to date.
Never before has the development of character been so relevant. Resilience can provide children with the strength to navigate through the adversity caused by Covid-19. Compassion can create a culture of understanding and empathy for how others have been affected.
Manchester Foundation Trust are celebrating our wonderful NHS turning 72.
Join in the fun with the virtual charity quiz, featuring top prizes to be won and questions from your favourite celebrity faces, including John Thomson and Max and Harvey.
The celebrity quizmaster for the evening of entertainment will be TV and Radio Presenter Gavin Inskip.
One Manchester are passionate about people having the opportunity for self-development so have a fantastic new learning platform available for community groups to access. There is lots of great work happening in the community and want to support these groups and individuals further. The Community Development training platform offers a range of free online digital courses covering everything from leadership and finance to communication skills.
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.
If you find yourself feeling anxious, stressed or overwhelmed, there’s support out there for you. There are free digital services available.
You can find information, resources and other places you can get help and support and information about your local mental health and wellbeing services here
Although things are hard at the moment there's some amazing stuff happening. We are gathering stories about positive things that are happening in Manchester's communities during this #coronalockdown. Below are all the stories we collected in May and a short two part film/animation of some of the great stories we gathered. If you have a story please email me on: firstname.lastname@example.org #Manchesterkind #NeverMoreNeeded
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