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We're recruiting new Grants Committee members

Source By: Trust for London

We are recruiting up to four people to join our Grants Committees as co-opted members and help us make decisions about where to place our funding.

We are interested in recruiting people who have experience of life on a low-income in London, either gained through their own everyday experience or through campaigning and/ or providing direct services.

An open evening for prospective co-opted members will be held at the Trust for London offices, 4 Chiswell Street, EC1Y 4UP (nearest station Moorgate) on Wednesday 13 March from 5:30-6:30pm.

Applications close on 22nd March 2019.

Full details can be found on our website


Making Hackney and City of London Autism Friendly

Source By: Hackney.gov.uk

Overview

We would like to hear the views of autistic people in Hackney and City of London. 

We are using the terms autistic and autism to cover various descriptions of autism, diagnosed or otherwise, including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Asperger's Syndrome, Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC) and neuro-divergence.

The questions in this survey are for autistic people. If you are completing this as a carer for an autistic person please answer the questions with or on behalf of them. 

Why We Are Consulting

The City and Hackney Autism Alliance Board will use this information to help form the Autism Strategy. 

A strategy is a plan of action which will help all local agencies work together to make services and the community friendly to autistic residents.

Online Survey

https://consultation.hackney.gov.uk/adult-social-care-commissioning/making-an-autism-friendly-hackney/


Be heard. Be rewarded. Become a member!

Source By: Hackney Matters

Hackney Matters is a dedicated website for Hackney residents, where you can take part in surveys, quick polls, group talks and much more!  This is to help gather the opinions of local people about issues that affect the community.  This can include streets, roads, parks, education and public health.

 

As a thank you for your time, you will have many opportunities to earn points which you can redeem for vouchers such as Love2Shop vouchers.  You can start to earn points straight away once you are registered.

 

This is a great time to join and be part of the panel, as your feedback is valuable to help make Hackney a better place for everyone! 

 

Please visit www.hackneymatters.org.uk, click JOIN NOW and complete the quick registration form.  

 


Health and Wellness

Source By: Young Hackney

Being assertive can help you to explain how you feel and what you need, without being rude or aggressive. These skills can help you stand up for yourself and still treat other people with respect.

Read Childline's top tips on being more assertive or pop into one of our Youth Hubs and speak to a Young Hackney worker.  


Trust For London - Grants Committee Recruitment

Source By: Trust for London

Do you have first-hand experience of the many issues that make it hard for Londoners to make ends meet? Would you like to use this experience to help others and tackle the root causes of poverty and inequality in London? We are recruiting up to four people to join our Grants Committees and help us make decisions about where to place our funding.

Trust for London is a charitable foundation that awards nearly £10 million a year to organisations working to improve the living and working conditions of Londoners. This includes issues like low pay, insecure work, high rent and childcare costs, and insecure immigration status.

We are committed to tackling the root causes of poverty and inequality so that all Londoners can live a full and rewarding life. 

We have a Board of Trustees who oversee all aspects of the Trust, and two Grants Committees that make decisions about what to fund.

We are recruiting up to four people with recent first-hand experience of the issues we tackle to join our Grants Committees as co-opted members and help us make decisions about where to place our funding.

An open evening for prospective co-opted members will be held at the Trust for London offices, 4 Chiswell Street, EC1Y 4UP (nearest station Moorgate) on Wednesday 13 March from 5:30-6:30pm.

Co-opted members should commit to:

  • Attending three meetings a year (two and a half hours during office hours at set times).
  • Reading the applications and other papers ahead of the meeting.

Co-opted members have:

  • Full voting rights on the Grants Committee
  • The opportunity to visit a range of civil society organisations in London

This is not a paid position but reasonable expenses for travel will be reimbursed.

Our Grants Committees are comprised of our Trustees and co-opted members. These four appointments are for co-opted members, who are generally appointed because they bring specific skills or experience. 

We are interested in people who have experience of life on a low-income in London, either gained through their own everyday experience or through campaigning and/ or providing direct services.

If you are interested in finding out more about the role, please register for the open evening via Eventbrite.

Our offices are fully accessible.

Light refreshments will be provided.

If you cannot attend but would like more information about the role and how to apply, please email either Sioned Churchill (Director of Grants) - sioned@trustforlondon.org.uk or Manny Hothi (Director of Policy) - manny@trustforlondon.org.uk.

The deadline for applications is 22 March 2019.

Application forms for the role can be downloaded here- Grants_Committee_Co-Optee_application_form.docx


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