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Volunteers Week 2020 - Volunteer Stories Day 4

4 Jun 2020 - 15:17 by barkery.jammeh

Here is a short story from Daryl. Thanks for submitting Daryl :)

 

Volunteer name: Daryl pollitt

Volunteer age:60

Where are you from: Street Treats

What's your volunteer role and what do you do in that role:
Feed the homeless

How long have you been volunteering for:
6 Years

How did you get involved with volunteering:
I started when my teenage son suggested we make some sandwichs and take around the tents

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Volunteers Week 2020 - Volunteer Stories Day 4

4 Jun 2020 - 11:52 by barkery.jammeh

Hi all, we hope you are still enjoying the fabulous stories we have been sharing this week. Next up we have Ru Yi Chang!

Name: Ru Yi Chang

Volunteer age: 20

Where are they from: Malaysia

What's their volunteer role and what do they do in that role:
Activity Mentor and Peer support group volunteer. To support disabled adults and increase their confidence in travelling to attend weekly supported sessions.

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Volunteers Week 2020 - Volunteer Stories Day 3

3 Jun 2020 - 15:20 by barkery.jammeh

Hello all,

I hope you are enjoying your week. Todays next story is from someone we know very well - Sam from Breakthrough UK. Not only does Sam work with and help volunteers in her working life but Sam also finds the time to volunteer herself which is amazing. Find out more about Sam below and what her most memorable Volunteer memory is!

 

Volunteer name: Sam

Volunteer age: 30

Where are you from: Huddersfield

What's your volunteer role and what do you do in that role:

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Youth Alliance Greater Manchester

3 Jun 2020 - 10:02 by Mike Wild

Across Greater Manchester we’ve seen youth and play providers from the public and Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sectors lead an incredible response across communities. As we look to the future, there is an opportunity share learning across Greater Manchester and think about how this important work features in plans for recovery from the Covid19 crisis and the impact it is having on communities.

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Covid-19 Community Response Fund – Mental health and Wellbeing in Isolation

2 Jun 2020 - 11:07 by helen.walker

The We Love MCR Covid-19 Community Response Fund welcomes applications from organisations that are delivering new or additional work in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic to support their communities around their mental health.

The purpose of the Fund is to provide financial support to Registered Charities and not for profit organisations who are working to address mental health needs that have been caused or exacerbated by the pandemic. The Fund in particular will support our most vulnerable and isolated neighbours and communities.

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Unlocking support for your charity in the wake of Covid-19 - Data Protection Compliance

Charities are facing serious challenges in the current climate. From drastic changes in the volume and nature of their work, to having to change their ways of engaging with supporters, many have had to adapt quickly.

In this webinar we will talk about some of the key data protection compliance issues facing fundraisers in the current climate.

We will discuss:

What are the GDPR and PECR rules on consent?

8 July, 2020 - 15:00 to 16:15
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Manchester Kindness Stories - April

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 April and a short film/animation of some of the great stories we gathered. If you have a story please email me on: hannah@macc.org.uk #Manchesterkind #NeverMoreNeeded

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Manchester Kindness Stories - March

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 March and a short film/animation of some of the great stories we gathered. If you have a story please email me on: hannah@macc.org.uk #Manchesterkind #NeverMoreNeeded

You can read more stories on:

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