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FREE TASTER SESSION - Casework supervision for frontline charity workers on 24.2.18

1 in 4 children have mental health needs and often rely or confide in frontline practitioners for emotional support?

As Line Managers - Do you want your staff to be better skilled to meet young people’s specific support needs? 

Hackney CVS offers frontline staff and volunteers in the charity and voluntary sector FREE Group Casework Supervision sessions in a peer to peer setting to:

  1.  Reflect on the issues young people present
  2.  Improve skills and knowledge about mental health referral  pathways
  3.  Local charities receive remuneration 

Come for a FREE TASTER SESSION on Saturday 24th February 2018 between 1.30 – 3.00pm at The Off Centre, 1-3, 68-82 Digby Rd, Homerton, London E9 6HX.

This is open to all paid and unpaid frontline workers with casework who provide support for young peole living in Hackney.  

To book a place for the Taster Session or for more information about registering for Casework Group Supersivion Sessions, contact Lola Njoku by email: lola@hcvs.org.uk  or Tel: 0207 923 1962  


Hackney Migrant Centre caseworker

Hackney Migrant Centre caseworker

Hackney Migrant Centre and Haringey Migrant Support Centre are recruiting a two day a week part-time caseworker for migrant families and young people as part of the "Moving out of Hardship" project funded by the Big Lottery Fund.

The caseworker will be employed by Hackney Migrant Centre, who have overall responsibility for managing the project, to provide outreach advice and casework support to families and young people at Haringey Migrant Support Centre.

This post is a job-share with our current Caseworker, who works three days a week and provides advice and casework at HMC’s drop-in, as well as project development support. The Caseworker will guide clients on addressing immediate difficulties around housing and destitution.

Please click on link below for further details about the role and information on how to apply. http://www.hackneymigrantcentre.org.uk/


Director: Strategy and Finance

Director: Strategy and Finance

Hours: Full Time (35 hours, 5 days per week). Proposals for part-time or flexible working welcome
Office Base: Hoxton, London
Employer: The Geffrye Museum of the Home
Salary: Competitive

We are seeking a progressive, collaborative and impactful strategic finance professional, who will be able to hit the ground running. You will demonstrate experience of leading transformational change, and creating and implementing dynamic and robust business plans. You will have a proven track record of senior level project management, including procurement, contracts and the monitoring of cost and processes on capital projects. You will also bring to the role an understanding of working within the public sector.

Closing date: Sunday 4 March 2018 at 5pm

https://www.geffrye-museum.org.uk/aboutus/jobs/


Building a Stronger Britain Together grant
Building a Stronger Britain Together grant

The Building a Stronger Britain Together grant fund has opened today and will close at 5pm on Friday 16 February 2018.

If you have previously submitted an in-kind application, I have been assured that these applications remain queued and will be reviewed before the new round.

You can read information about the current call for grants, read the guidance document and view the application form here - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/building-a-stronger-britain-together

Please take note that due to the delay in the launch, this will be a particularly competitive round of funding. To give the best possible chance of success application forms will need to be concise and relevant, with all questions fully and directly answered. Applications should also be linked clearly to the Home Office Counter-Extremism strategy which you can read here - https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/counter-extremism-strategy


The Peabody Community Grants programme

The Peabody Community Grants programme 

The Peabody Community Grants programme exists to support projects and activities designed to improve the quality of life of Peabody residents. Grants of between £500 to £5,000 are available to support local activities . 

Organisations/projects addressing the needs of the most disadvantaged members of the community
Peabody resident-led projects. If an applicant organisation is not resident-led, they will need to demonstrate strong connections with local residents, strong partnership working in the locality, a commitment to the locality after the proposed project is complete, and a clear understanding of community needs
Youth-led projects up to the age of 24. 
In 2017/18 organisations can apply for funding benefitting residents from any Peabody estates in London. However, we would particularly like to encourage applications for projects located in the following boroughs: Haringey, Hillingdon, Redbridge and Wandsworth
There will also be restricted funds for projects supporting Peabody residents living in Waltham Forest and Thamesmead
Note: Activities must demonstrate that the beneficiaries will be Peabody residents. To find out where Peabody estates are near you, please refer to the Peabody website.

Applicants must have an annual income of less than £100,000. However, organisations with an annual income of under £500,000 are eligible to apply if they have a proven track record of working with Peabody residents.

Grant size
Grants of between £500 and £5,000 are available.

How to apply
To apply to this fund, please take a look at the fund guidelines and application form guidance by clicking on the buttons below. If you’d like to apply, you can access the online form by clicking to the button at the top right hand corner of your screen.

Deadline
Wednesday 21st March 2018 by 12 noon (you will hear the outcome by the start of June 2018)

Contact us
If you have any questions or would like to chat through anything relating to the fund or your application, please contact us on 020 7582 5117 or at info@londoncf.org.uk


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