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The Peabody Community Grants programme

Peabody Grants 

The Peabody Community Grants programme supports 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 that are responding to identified community need, bring communities together and promote wellbeing.

https://londoncf.org.uk/grants/peabody-community-fund


City and Hackney Strategic JSNA Stakeholder Event

Joint Strategic Needs Assessment Stakeholder Event

Please note the next Strategic JSNA Stakeholder meeting - to be held on 7 March (2 - 4.30pm) at St Joseph’s Hospice on Mare Street.

We will be presenting new JSNA content with information on adult health (including specific content on vulnerable adults and use of services), sexual health and infectious diseases. We will also be trialling the new website, and planning work for the next year.

Please see this page for more details, and to book your place. www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/jsna-stakeholder-event-tickets-42494498188


Executive Officer - A New Direction

Executive Officer 

A New Direction is a not-for-profit organisation who are recruiting for an experienced Executive Officer, a key member of the team who will support the CEO, Executive team of Directors, and Board of Trustees with the effective and smooth running of the A New Direction office and administrative systems. It is likely A New Direction will be moving premises in 2018 and the Executive Officer will play a central role in supporting the Business and Operations Director in the logistics of organising this relocation.

Visit their website to download and complete the Application Form and Equality & Diversity Monitoring Form, and email both to info@anewdirection.org.uk by the deadline of 9.00am on Wednesday 28 February 2018.

https://www.anewdirection.org.uk/about-us/jobs


Property Management For Non Property Managers

Two upcoming sessions on Property Management For Non Property Managers

Property Management For Non Property Managers

07/03/2018 10.00 am
Local Partner: Charity Bank
Southwark, London
Can Mezzanine, 32 - 36 Loman Street, London, SE1 0EH, 020 7922 7700
http://www.ethicalproperty.org.uk/content.aspx?CategoryID=275&ArticleID=554

 

Property Management for Non Property Managers

15/05/2018 10.00 am
Local Partner: Small Charities Coallition
Islington, London
Capital One, 10th Floor, White Collar Factory, 1 Old Street, London, EC1Y 8AF
http://www.ethicalproperty.org.uk/content.aspx?CategoryID=275&ArticleID=554


Hackney Hate Crime Strategy Questionnaire

Hackney Hate Crime Strategy Questionnaire

Source: Hackney Council

Closes 23 Mar 2018

Please read Hackney Council's draft strategy for tackling hate crime before completing the questionnaire by: 23 March 2018.

Hate crime is often targeted towards a person’s identity and can have a harmful effect on its victims and whole communities. The police and the CPS define hate crime as any criminal offence that has been committed which the victim, or anyone else, thinks was motivated by “hostility or prejudice” based on:
disability
race
religion
transgender identity
sexual orientation
The draft strategy sets out our strategy for working with our partners and communities to make sure that Hackney is no place for hate.

We would like to know your views on how the draft strategy could make a difference in your community.

We would also value your feedback on the key objectives and actions identified in the strategy and the role you and/ or your community could play in helping to implement the strategy.

You can also attend a workshop to give your ideas and feedback on how the draft strategy could make a difference in your community. To register your interest to attend the workshop, please visit
Hackney Council's website
https://consultation.hackney.gov.uk/communications-and-consultation/hackney-hate-crime-strategy/

Further information from the Consultation Team - 020 83564342, consultation@hackney.gov.uk

https://consultation.hackney.gov.uk/communications-and-consultation/hackney-hate-crime-strategy/


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