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Be less stressed: access casework supervision for front line workers

Source By: HCVS

•Are you or your staff overloaded with work and not receiving any casework support?

•Do you often find yourself under pressure at work and would like to access support to avoid burnout?
•Do you know that you have the responsibility to provide a safe work environment for yourself and your staff? 

Hackney CVS are offering support to access casework supervision for paid and unpaid frontline workers and managers.  The aim is to increase the understanding of Children’s mental health, reduce staff stress and improve their skills.

 Come and register, “Be Less Stressed”!!!

For further information on how to enrol contact: or Tel: 0207 923 1962

Hackney Supported Employment

Hackney Supported Employment helps people with learning disabilities or mental health conditions to get and keep a job.

Heavily Subsidised Small Charity Training in London

Heavily Subsidised Small Charity Training in London

With support from Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the FSI is delivering a heavily subsidised three day training event in London on November 21-23 offering small and local charities and community groupsfull & half day courses and workshops on key fundraising & governance skills. A sampling of training courses include Gift Aid: Tricky Issues & Tips to Boost Take Up, Financial Planning & Management, Annual Appeals & Regular Giving, Demonstrating Your Impact and a variety of workshops. We also have standalone training days in London on November 30 and December 13, as well as workshops on December 7 and 8. 

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Sharing Lessons from Adult Safeguarding 22 Nov

As part of our Sharing Lessons about Serious Adult Reviews (SARS) The City and Hackney Safeguarding Board has arranged a session to convey key the messages from 4 Serious Adult Reviews to Community Safeguarding leads, Faith sector and frontline practitioners.   


Weaver's Company Benevolent Fund up to £15k working with vulnerable young people

Application Deadline:

30 November 2017

Grants are available for organisations undertaking projects involving young people who are vulnerable or may become involved in crime in the UK.


Maximum Turnover:
£ 250,000
Maximum Value:

The maximum grant is usually £15,000 per annum.


The Weaver's Company Benevolent Fund Grant is provided and administered by The Weaver's Company.

The scheme is intended to support local organisations undertaking projects for young people who are vulnerable and at risk of becoming involved with crime.

The scheme aims to help vulnerable young people to stay out of trouble and to help with the rehabilitation of young offenders.

The scheme particularly wishes to fund projects that work:

  • With disadvantaged young people between the ages of five and 30, to ensure that they are given every possible chance to meet their full potential and to participate fully in society.
  • To address the social and economic problems faced by offenders and ex-offenders under the age of thirty and their families and provide them with the support and training they need to return to employment or education.

The Weaver's Company
Saddlers' House
Gutter Lane
EC2V 6BRTelephone:020 7606

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