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Allen & Overy Ben Ogden Memorial Fund- Closing date 3rd December at 12 noon

Source By: East End Community Foundation

The Ben Ogden Memorial Fund has been established by Allen & Overy in memory of Ben Ogden who was on his way to becoming a very successful solicitor. He passed his Legal Practitioners Course with flying colours and at the end of his two year training contract with Allen & Overy he was taken on in their employment and pensions department. It was during his qualification break that he tragically died in the Nepalese air crash on 28 September 2012.

East End Community Foundation is distributing grants of up to £2,500 on behalf of the Allen & Overy Ben Ogden Memorial Fund to improve access to and opportunities in education, employment and training for residents in the London boroughs of Hackney and Tower Hamlets.


The next application deadline is 12 noon on Monday 3rd December. If you would like to apply please contact the Grants Team on 020 7345 4444 to discuss your proposal.

An outcome will be available 10-12 weeks after the application deadline.

HSCF Forum meeting on Unlocking Social Value in Hackney

Source By: HSCF

On October the 4th  the City & Hackney Health and Social Care Forum ( a network supported by Hackney CVS) is holding an event.

The morning is for the Voluntary and Community Sector to look at  the plans for  delivering integrated health and social care through 'neighbourhoods' and to help design a VCS pilot led in one of these neighbourhoods.

In the afternoon we are external speakers and local statutory sector partners to join us to look at how we can unlock social value in commissioning in City and Hackney.

Speakers are:

 Jabeer Butt, Chief Executive of the Race Equality Foundation  - Unlocking Social Value through working with community sector for  health and social care outcomes –

Andrew O’Brian Director of External Affairs Social Enterprise UK Unlocking  Social Value  through commissioning – national best practice

Lee Walker – Senior Contracting Manager – City & Hackney CCG Co-producing Community Services and organising a collaborative procurement – and we have a range of workshops (see full agenda here)

Places are limited and booking is essential

If you are working in VCS/ statutory sector provider role  and attending the whole day please book here

If you are a statutory sector partner in a commissioning role attending the afternoon event only  please book here

Involvement Alliance Coordinator- Closing Date at midnight 23rd Sunday

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney

Salary: £35,070 p.a.
Reporting to: Deputy Director (Operations), Healthwatch Hackney
Location: 3 days at Healthwatch Hackney offices and 2 days at City and Hackney Clinical Commissioning Group offices
Contract: Currently this post is funded for one year.

We are seeking an Involvement Alliance Coordinator to support public and patient involvement (PPI) groups in Hackney and the City to be better coordinated.

This role will help the groups funded by the integrated commissioning partners to develop so that they can function in an integrated way as an alliance to strengthen the public voice across the local health and care sector. The coordinator will work with the alliance partners to co-create a development plan for the alliance and for each group.

This role will be hosted by Healthwatch Hackney.

More information available here-

Linking GPs and voluntary groups- 20th September- 1-3.30pm

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney

Find out about plans to set-up an online portal improving how GPs refer residents to the voluntary and community sector. The portal could also be used by you to find out about activities in your local area like gardening, exercise clubs, or befriending. This focus group is being organised by Healthwatch Hackney and HCVS.

Book here  

Your Neighbourhood: 25 September, 5.30pm-8pm

Source By: Healthwatch Hackney

Do you live in south west Hackney around Kingsland Road, London Fields or Queensbridge Road? We want to hear your views about your neighbourhood, and how health and wellbeing could be improved to shape a new Neighbourhood care model.

Book here

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