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Online tool to help small charities demonstrate impact

Source By: Impactaurus

https://impactasaurus.org/


Rainbow Mind the new initiative to support LGBTQ communities in London and Greater Manchester

Source By: Mind in the City, Hackney and Waltham Forest

Rainbow Mind is open to all members of the

LGBTQ+ community. If you’d like to get

involved or find out more, please contact

Aryeh Wolfson-West at

aryeh.wolfson-west@mindchwf.org.uk or

call 07889057624

rainbow_minds._2.pdf


MENTAL HEALTH ILLNESS? DEPRESSED? ANXIOUS? ISOLATED?

Source By: Coffee Afrique

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Are you paying too much for your accountancy services? Do you need help?

Source By: Hackney CVS

Many organisations in the borough used to receive cheap accountancy support from the Community Accountancy Project in Hackney but due to a range of tragic circumstances over the last few years this organisation is no longer in a position to provide a service.

  • Is your organisation paying too much money for accountancy services with private accountants?

  • Do you need specific training on financial management, bookkeeping, annual returns, budgeting and finance planning ,etc.. ?

Recognising that many organisations still need support with their accounting, particularly their end of year accounts, we are holding a joint consultation with another community accountancy service, The Local Accountancy Project, to hear your views about the above matters and use your input to shape our future plans and strategic direction.

The Local Accountancy Project, LAP, was established in July 1986 as a registered charity to address the fact that many small voluntary and community sector organisations including faith groups have difficulties in managing their finances. More info can be found on their webiste: http://www.localaccountancyproject.org.uk/

When

March 14th, 2019 1:00 PM   through   3:00 PM

Location

Hackney CVS
The Adiaha Antigha Centre
24-30 Dalston Lane
London, E8 3AZ
United Kingdom

 Event Link : https://crm.hcvs.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=333&reset=1


National Recruitment Campaign for adult social care

Source By: Skills for Care

A social care National Recruitment Campaign led by the Department of Health & Social Care is being launched on February 11th and will run until early April. The aim is to raise awareness of careers in care and encourage people with the right values to work in care to apply for jobs in this sector. There’s going to be TV and radio adverts, press articles, posters in public places (e.g. bus stops) and also a social media campaign. Anyone interested in finding out more will be directed to a website which gives further information about careers in care and which signposts to local vacancies http://www.everydayisdifferent.com

To make the most of the campaign and use it to support their own recruitment, social care employers are encouraged to:

  1. Advertise vacancies online. The campaign will be directing people to the Department for Work & Pensions Find a Job site which is filtered to show Social Care jobs only . Make sure potential recruits know about your job vacancies by advertising on this site. See instructions below and there are also videos to explain the process:

  1. Become a case study. The Department for Health & Social Care is looking for people to feature in case studies about working in care – to potentially feature on the campaign Facebook page or to be shared through the press or other social media. Anyone who’s interested in taking part should e-mail: casestudies@morecarejobs.co.uk

     

  1. Raise awareness of the campaign via social media. A campaign Facebook page has been set-up: http://www.facebook.com/everydayisdifferent. During the campaign this will include case studies, photos, promotional blogs and information. You can raise awareness of the campaign by liking the page, sharing the content, sharing your experiences of working in care – and encouraging colleagues to do the same so we can reach as many people as possible. Use the campaign hashtags #everydayisdifferent #workincare

 

  1. Make use of the toolkit and resources. A toolkit with advice and information will be available on the website from Feb 11th for employers to use. Look under the resources section of http://www.everydayisdifferent.com .Two new quizzes will be available (could you care? and how well do you know yourself?) and you can share them using #shareifyoucare

     

  2. Keep in touch with local activities. You can keep updated by visiting the Skills for Care website: National Recruitment Campaign. In NEL we are linking in the local careers campaign see https://elhcpcareers.co.uk/ . There will be some recruitment events organised with JCP in March and I Care Ambassadors will be running sessions with job seekers. For more information email ali.rusbridge@skillsforcare.org.uk


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