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Armed Forces Covenant Fund Trust

Source By: Community Matters Yorkshire

Under the Armed Forces Covenant Local Grants programme, the Trust makes grants of up to £20,000 for local projects that support community integration or local delivery of services.

Community Integration projects should create strong local links between the Armed Forces community, who are current and former members of their armed forces and their families) and civilian communities; and be able to clearly demonstrate how they will have impact in overcoming barriers to better integration; and improving perceptions, attitudes and understanding. For the project to be truly effective in achieving community integration there should be shared development, delivery and benefits for both communities.

Delivery of Local Services projects should be local projects which offer financial advice, housing, mental and physical health, employability or social support for serving armed forces personnel, veterans, and their families. Projects must be well connected, both to their beneficiaries and to other relevant organisations, and be able to demonstrate how the services they provide will be well-publicised, accessible and joined up.

Application Form: Further details, guidance and online application forms are available on the website below.

Deadlines:  Applications can be made at any time.  Decisions are made four times a year with nominal deadlines advised on the website.

Email: enquiries@covenantfund.org.uk

Website: http://www.covenantfund.org.uk/


04/06/2019- Build a simple Wordpress.com website in an afternoon

Source By: Hackney CVS

Date: Tuesday 4th June 2019

Time: 1pm-4pm

For further information or to book click here

A web presence these days is a must, but many small charities can’t afford to employ a web developer. This course aims to change that by showing you how to set up a simple website in just a couple of hours.

This course is for anyone who wants a simple website - administrators, communications staff, frontline staff, etc.


A guide to community centred approaches to health & wellbeing

Source By: Public Health England, NHS England

A_guide_to_community-centred_approaches_for_health_and_wellbeing_full_report_1.pdf


Supported Employment Programme Manager

Source By: Hackney CVS

Salary: £40,000 per annum pro rata
3 days a week for 9 months (fixed term contract)

If you are interested in leading a dynamic programme of work to meet the needs of people with support needs seeking employment, we have an exciting opportunity for you!

We are looking for a Supported Employment Programme Manager to take forward the work of the Supported Employment Network. This is a cross sector network made up of voluntary sector and statutory sector partners who deliver employment services for people with high support needs in Hackney and City.

The network has a strategy for improving support to residents and has agreed 4 development  areas:

1) Employer Engagement and development of a local  kitemark – building on GLA Healthy workplace charter; DWP Disability Confidence scheme and London Living Wage accreditation

2) Professional Accreditation – including developing a local standard incorporating IPS, British Association of Supported Employment Standards and a rights-based approach informed by the lived-experience of disability.

3) Supported Employment Passport –Development of a client-owned digital profile to reduce the requirement for multiple or repeated assessments when residents use more than one local service.

4) Sourcing Additional Funding – including NHS England Wave 2 for IPS delivery, and JCP’s Community Budget which can only be accessed by local authorities working in partnership with community partners.

The programme manager will be responsible for contributing to the strategic direction of the Supported Employment Network and providing programme  leadership to implement these aims and objectives, as well as an operational role to put in place relevant systems and processes to manage programme performance supporting each of these workstreams.

The role is based at Hackney CVS, the local umbrella body for charities and community organisations. Our vision is of a Fairer Hackney and we positively celebrate diversity and welcome applications from people from all backgrounds.

The deadline for completed applications is 9am 28th May 2019. Please email applications (personal information form and application form) to: recruitment@hcvs.org.uk

Interviews will take place on 3rd June

Full details and forms for completion at https://hcvs.org.uk/work-for-us/


Short courses is delighted to announce a brand new scholarship for The Novel Studio 2019/20.

Source By: City University of London

The Novel Studio Scholarship

Novel Studio alumna and crime writer, Harriet Tyce, will be supporting a fully-funded place for one successful applicant to the course from a low-income household, beginning 2019.

Aim of The Novel Studio Scholarship

The aim of the scholarship is to support a student of talent and potential who might not otherwise be able to accept an offer of a place on The Novel Studio.

Applicants to the scholarship will go through the same process as all other applicants but will need to include a personal statement and provide evidence of financial need.

The top three applications will be shortlisted and a final winner chosen by a panel, including the course director, course tutors and Harriet Tyce.

Eligibility criteria

Applications will be welcomed from those who:

  • Have applied for The Novel Studio and met the criteria for selection
  • Show exceptional talent and promise as emerging writers
  • Are ordinarily resident in the UK
  • Have submitted a statement describing their financial situation and need, and why the scholarship is sought.
  • Have submitted a statement outlining their commitment to their development as a novel writer.

Employees of City, University of London are not eligible.

Important information about the scholarship

  • Applications to the scholarship will be assessed by a panel including the Course Director, the Novel Studio tutors and scholarship funder, Harriet Tyce. The panel’s decision is final and no individual correspondence can be entered into. The selection team are not able to comment on individual entries.
  • City, University of London reserves the right to change the selection team at short notice, and to cancel the scholarship should the need arise.

How to apply for The Novel Studio Scholarship

Applicants to the Novel Studio scholarship should apply in the same way as all applicants to the course, emailing their 2000 word fiction sample and CV to Course Director, Emily Pedder, using the subject heading “Novel Studio scholarship” in their email.

The deadline for applications to the scholarship is 30th May 2019.

https://www.city.ac.uk/study/courses/short-courses/courses/the-novel-studio/the-novel-studio-scholarship?dm_i=O4Z,69AD9,QOV477,OOE2Y,1


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