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Free Event for Third Sector Organisations: Relations with Funders, Thursday 27 September, Robert Walters, 11 Slingsby Place, London

Source By: The OR Society

OR in the Third Sector, a special interest group of The OR Society, invites you to attend their September meeting at Robert Walters to look at the various ways in which data and analysis can support fund raising. All third sector bodies need funding. That may be through individual or corporate donors. Alternatively, organisations may provide services that are funded by commissioning bodies (such as Government, Local Authorities etc) or by charging beneficiaries. This meeting will explore the ways that aspects of operational research can support engagement with funders and donors and support third sector fundraising endeavours.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/or-in-the-third-sector-relations-with-funders-tickets-48587610852

 


Launch of the Mind in Society funded Moments//Anlar Project- 13th October 2018

Source By: Moment Anlar Event Team

This event is sponsored by the Centre for Mind in Society Early Career Research Grant and it is organized in partnership with the Women`s Platform UK, Lifetime Learning Charity, Queen Mary University of London, community activists and artists representing the Turkish speaking community. It is a free event. Lunch and refreshments will be served and aattendees will receive certificates from the Lifetime Learning Charity. Please see: https://www.qmul.ac.uk/lifesciences/news-events/news/2018/launch-of-the-mind-in-society-funded-momentsanlar-project.html

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Exciting Project Coordinator / Trainer role at Money A+E - Closing Date Friday 28th September

Source By: Money A + E

Organisation: Money A+E
Terms:
1 year fixed term contract (extension to role dependent on funding)
Hours:
Part time / 14 hours per week (2 days)
Salary:
£10,000
Location:
Based at Mansfield House, 30 Avenons Road, London, E13 8HT
Deadline:
Apply by Friday 28th September 2018

 

If you are passionate about helping people in the community and if you are excited about working with and helping a small social enterprise grow and have a greater impact in the community, then this role is for you.

Money A+E is a Money Advice & Education Social Enterprise that provides simple and accessible money advice and education to people in need. We believe lives are transformed through a greater understanding of money.Money A+E

 

We require an experienced Project Coordinator / Trainer to:

 

  • Coordinate and deliver money education workshops and programmes with external public private and voluntary sector community institutions and residents.
  • Create new training materials and improve upon existing training materials.
  • Provide training support / supervision and work experience opportunities for volunteers aspiring to become workshop trainers.
  • Undertake general administrative tasks connected with the role.
  • To attend networking events, meetings and forums.
  • To market other Money A+E services / products.
  • To understand the differing range of Money A+E services and refer/signpost users to relevant staff members and services.
  • To collect monitoring data and produce reports for evaluation purposes.
  • To use and update a Customer Relations Management system.

 

and you will be sent the full job description, person specification and application form:info@moneyande.co.uk Please email your full name, address & contact number to To apply for this post:

Submit the completed application by email or post (including your CV with a covering letter outlining your suitability for the post).
Or post your documents to: Money A+E, Recruitments, Mansfield House, 30 Avenons Road, London, E13 8RU
If you are shortlisted you will be invited to attend an interview at our office in Mansfield House.
Please ensure you give enough time for documents to arrive by 5pm on Friday 28th of September 2018.
Interviews will be held on the week commencing Monday 8th October 2018.
For general enquiries about the Role please call: 0203 616 3750 and ask to speak to Greg or Jerry or email: info@moneyaande.co.uk
Please note that successful applicants to this post will be subject to a DBS check. Confirmation of appointment would be dependent on a satisfactory DBS check


GSK IMPACT Awards- deadline 20th September at 5pm

Source By: The Kingsfund

GSK IMPACT Awards- deadline 20th Sept at 5pm

The GSK IMPACT Awards provide funding and training and development for charities doing excellent work to improve people's health and wellbeing. They are funded by GSK and managed in partnership with The King's Fund. The awards are open to registered charities that are at least three years old, working in a health-related field in the UK, with a total annual income of between £80,000 and £2.5 million. 

The 2019 GSK IMPACT Awards are now open for applications. View the guidelines and access the application form >

The deadline for applications is 5pm on Thursday 20 September 2018.

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New sentencing guidelines introduced for child cruelty offences and failing to protect girls at risk from female genital mutiliation

Source By: Sentencing Guidelines

The Sentencing Council have published new guidelines for how those guilty of child guilty offences should be sentenced. It covers three offences: 

  • cruelty to a child;
  • causing or allowing a child to die or suffer serious physical harm; and
  • failing to protect a girl from the risk of female genital mutilation (FGM).

Publication of the guideline marks the first time that there has been sentencing guidance for the offences of causing or allowing a child to die or suffer serious physical harm and failing to protect a girl from the risk of FGM. Sentencing Council member Mrs Justice Maura McGowan said: "Child cruelty offences vary greatly. They can range from a one-off lapse of care which puts a child at risk of harm to a campaign of deliberate cruelty which leads to serious injury or even death. This new guideline will help ensure sentences that reflect what the offender has done and the harm to the child."

https://www.sentencingcouncil.org.uk/news/item/new-sentencing-guidelines-introduced-for-child-cruelty-offences-and-failing-to-protect-a-girl-from-the-risk-of-female-genital-mutilation/


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