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Engagement Manager (North) at the National Lottery Heritage Fund

Community, social support and inclusion are central aspects of heritage in the UK. The National Lottery Heritage Fund want to make heritage accessible to diverse communities through positive and lasting change.

You will enjoy working with people and having conversations about the heritage of the North and the UK to bring projects to life. The role is varied; the post holder will run workshops, host events, meet with a range of groups, work with stakeholders other National Lottery distributors or local CVS bodies and alongside colleagues in policy, marketing and social media.

Hours: 
35 hours per week
Salary: 
£23,000 - £27,000 per annum
Location: 
Manchester
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PABBS Evidence-Based and Evaluated Suicide Bereavement Training

Postvention Assisting those Bereaved By Suicide (PABBS), one day training is evidence-based and evaluated suicide bereavement training and has been informed by a three-year study, conducted by Dr. Sharon McDonnell and her team, at the University of Manchester. Funded (£243K) by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and the first of its kind internationally.

This training will help those implementing:

2 December, 2020 - 09:00 to 16:30
Royal Exchange Theatre, St Ann's Square, Manchester, M2 7DH
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Cultural sector in Greater Manchester comes together to help young people

22 Jun 2020 - 09:47 by michelle.foster

creative care kitCharities, businesses and the arts have joined forces to support thousands of young people across Greater Manchester during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The initiative, led by Greater Manchester Combined Authority, will see 22,000 Creative Care kits distributed to young people who are not online, and so may be feeling more isolated and lonely during this difficult time.

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10GM Webinar: Fundraising in the time of Covid-19

In a world where everything seems to be changing it is vital that those in leadership positions within charities and other VCSE organisations are taking stock.

Are the assumptions we made about our organisation and its future pre Covid-19 still valid post Covid-19?

What implications does the pandemic have for our organisation and our beneficiaries and how should we respond? And having identified our path forward, what funding will we need, and how will that be secured?

9 July, 2020 - 13:00 to 14:00
Online

Family Support Co-ordinator – 1001 Days at Thrive Manchester

Job overview
To support parents in Wythenshawe during this critical 1001 days of their child’s life by working with them one on one and in small groups to help them understand how interaction with their child will have an effect on their child’s development.

Responsibilities and duties

Hours: 
40 hours per week. Job sharing will be considered
Salary: 
£20,000 per annum pro rata
Location: 
Manchester
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The Emerging Futures Fund 

19 Jun 2020 - 09:01 by michelle.foster

national lottery community fundThe National Lottery Community Fund want to find out how to help communities move towards recovery and renewal after the impact of COVID-19 and draw on all the creativity we’ve seen in communities and across civil society. The Emergency Futures Fund will fund organisations to look at how things are changing, what is needed in this transition, and what is possible in the future

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COVID-19: understanding the impact on BAME communities – CAHN's COVID-19 Impact Survey Report

18 Jun 2020 - 14:25 by michelle.foster

cahnMore than half of the respondents to a survey looking at the impact of COVID-19 on the Caribbean and African Community have said they are worried about the mental well-being of their children as a result of the outbreak.

The Caribbean and African Health Network Greater Manchester (CAHN) undertook the first primary research study of the black voices in Greater Manchester between April 18 and May 13 with 334 people responding.

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Tackling racial discrimination and injustice: new Home Truths report from ACEVO and Voice4Change England

18 Jun 2020 - 14:23 by michelle.foster

home truths reportVoice4Change England and ACEVO have published a new report focusing on the charity sector: Home Truths – undoing racism and delivering real diversity in the charity sector. It’s part of a wider body of work the two organisations have been developing with National Lottery community funding. It makes the case that ‘the problem in the charity sector is not simply an absence of BAME people.

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