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Redbridge - Arts Grants

Financial awards recognising charities and social enterprises in Great Britain that are working to prevent poverty or that are helping people and families caught in damaging situations, to turn their lives around

The Centre for Social Justice (CSJ) Awards seek to recognise and reward voluntary sector organisations, charities and other projects in the UK that are working to advance social justice and tackle issues of poverty.

The Centre for Social Justice is looking for community-based charities and voluntary groups that are preventing poverty or helping people and families caught in damaging situations, to turn their lives around. The Awards aim to celebrate and reward some of the best initiatives from throughout the UK that are enabling people to find a sustainable way out of the situations they are in. Groups should be addressing the causes of poverty, not just the symptoms.


Latest Information

Applications will be accepted until 25 September 2018

Maximum Value:£ 10,000

CSJAwards@centreforsocialjustice.org.uk


East End Community Foundation - Inspiring Communities Fund

East End Community Foundation - Inspiring Communities Fund

Grants are available to local community groups and organisations supporting residents in E20, E15 and/or E9 postcodes under the themes of communities and people, health and wellbeing and arts and culture (particularly enaging children and young people).


Maximum Value:£ 3,000Minimum Value:£ 500

Application Deadline:
29 October 2018

for further information please email grants@eastendcf.org or contact us on 020 7345 4444


Statutory Review of Polling Station

Source By: LBH

 

The Council is embarking on a review of polling districts and polling places. This is a statutory review which must be carried out every 5 years. The details of the review, additional information and how to comment have been made available on a dedicated page on the Council's internet site here:

 

https://www.hackney.gov.uk/polling-districts-review

 

We are particularity interested in hearing from anyone with expertise in disabled access who has experience of using polling stations in Hackney


The NHS at 70: What will new technology mean for the NHS and its patients?

Source By: The Kings Fund

To mark the BBC's coverage of the NHS's 70th birthday in July 2018, researchers from the Health Foundation, the Institute for Fiscal Studies, The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust have joined forces for the first time, using combined expertise to shed light on some of the big questions on the NHS.

The four organisations have been asked by the BBC to look at five key topics, covering the relative strengths and weaknesses of the health service, the state of social care, NHS funding, the public’s expectations of the NHS and the potential of technology to change things in future. This project and the reports we have produced are intended to inform the national conversation about the past, present and future of the NHS.

Find out more about this series >


Connect Hackney Media Group Administrator- Closing Date 21st September

Source By: Connect Hackney

 

We are looking for an experienced administrator to support the delivery of a digital technology and communications project for older people in Hackney.  The media group project is part of Connect Hackney, a £5.8M programme funded through the Big Lottery Fund’s Ageing Better programme.  Connect Hackney is managed by Hackney CVS.

 

As project administrator, you will be able to work independently to ensure that all aspects of the media project administration are delivered successfully.  The successful candidate will need to be pro-active and well-organised, with excellent communication skills and the proven ability to deliver administrative work to a high standard.

 

As the first point of contact for the project, you will need to be a confident communicator, able to liaise with colleagues and older people who are central to the project.

 

The closing date and deadline for completed applications is 12pm on the 21 September 2018.
For any queries about the post, please contact Matt Bray on 020 7923 1962 or by e-mail to matt@hcvs.org.uk.

 

Supporting documents:

 

Job description

 

Application form (seen by shortlisting panel)

 

Personal information (not seen by shortlisting panel)

 

 


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