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Universal credit is still not fit for families

Source By: Child Poverty Action Group

Child Poverty Action Group  have now produced their first report of the main problems they are seeing. This was shared with the Department for Work and Pensions, but to keep the pressure up on the Government to make changes, the MPs need to be aware of all these issues.

Write to your MP

Many MPs in areas where universal credit is rolling out at the moment will be seeing these issues, and others, in their constituent casework. It would be great to capture these cases, so we can get a bigger picture of the problems – making our case for change even stronger.

Write to your MP today

Half of all children in the UK live in families who will receive universal credit when the rollout is complete. It’s vital to get it right for these children.


Hackney Main Grants 'How to Apply' session

Source By: Hackney CVS

Wednesday 18th July 2018, 10am-1.30pm

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Hackney CVS is working in partnership with Hackney Council to deliver a workshop on 'How to Apply' to Hackney Main Grants which have seen a number of changes to the application process.

This interactive workshop will:

  • Provide an overview of the London Borough of Hackney Main Grants programme 

  • Provide you with in-depth details on the application process

  • Provide you with a practical session on completing the application workbook.

By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

  • Gain a better understanding of the way to identify and evidence need of their projects. 

  • Gain a better understanding of how to showcase their impact.

  • Prepare an attractive budget and write better applications 

  • Demonstrate a better understanding of the London Borough Hackney outcomes and evaluation questions.


English and maths assessments for classes starting in September

 Source By: Learning Trust

There will be an assessment session held on Monday 16th July at 1pm at Hackney Learning Trust- See attached flyer for more information.

English_and_Maths_assessment_EXTRA_SESSION_JULY_2018.docx

The session is to assess people who are interested in joining an English or maths class in September 2018.


The King's Fund integrated care summit 2018

Source By: The King's Fund

As the national rhetoric focuses on supporting the delivery of population health and integrated care, different models of care and new ways of working are being implemented across England. While integrated care systems (ICSs) are emerging to lead on planning and commissioning care for their populations, providers are also working together to deliver integrated care locally.

More information available here


Yapp Charitable Trust

Source By: Community Matters

The Yapp Charitable Trust make grants to small registered charities to sustain their existing work with:

  • Elderly people
  • Children and young people aged 5 – 25
  • People with disabilities or mental health problems
  • Moral welfare – people trying to overcome life-limiting problems of a social, rather than medical, origin (such as addiction, relationship difficulties, abuse, offending)
  • Education and learning (with a particular interest in people who are educationally disadvantaged, whether adults or children)

Potential applicants are strongly advised to review the basic eligibility questions before downloading and completing an application form. Please use their eligibility checker online before applying and if you are not sure whether to apply to the Yapp Charitable Trust or you are having trouble with part of the application form please contact them. They only offer grants to registered charities with an annual expenditure of less than £40,000.

Application Form: Available to download from the website.

Deadline: Applications can be submitted at any time.

Contact: Joanne Anderson, Trust Secretary- 1st Floor, Mile House, Bridge End, Chester le Street, County Durham, DH3 3RA

Tel: 0191 4922118

Email: info@yappcharitabletrust.org.uk

W: www.yappcharitabletrust.org.uk


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