Two Job Opportunities at HUC

  • Administrator; projects and events (job share). £29000 pro rata for 17.5 hours. 18 month initial contract
  • Programme Development Manager. £35000 pro rata for 3 days. Initial 12 month contract extendable

For further information or to make an application please contact jobs@hamunitedcharities.com
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I.T. Grants for UK Charities and Not-For-Profit Groups

We can assist groups with I.T. Grant’s – UK Wide for the provision of:
PC’s, Laptops, Smartboards, Projectors and Networks.
Most Main Stream Capital I.T. is Eligible.

We have been assisting the Third Sector for over 20 years and work on the basis of supplying the Awarded Kit (At no cost to your Organisation or Ongoing commitment).
Any UK NFP group or Charity with UK Beneficiaries is eligible.
One Application per Year.

DESCRIPTION OF AID
-Type. Grant – 100% Aid
-Term. Spend within One Year
-Covering. Grant Aid to UK Voluntary groups / Charities
-Support. The Grant’s are for I.T – Full Support

Please see – www.netsolutionswales.co.uk/e-nsw-2/grants.html

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Applicants to email: Triana@netsolutionswales.co.uk

Earls Court Opportunity Fund 2017

The Earls Court Opportunity Fund awards grants for local community activities and services that benefit residents and the community of the West Kensington and Gibbs Green estates (WKGG) and the immediately surrounding areas.

To find out more and to apply please click here

For ECOF eligibility map click here

Thai Speakers in Demand

Do you have excellent spoken language skills in English and Thai? You could transform those skills into an exciting, flexible and challenging career in the field of UK justice, by training to become an interpreter working across Ministry of Justice contracts.

Currently, there are not enough language professionals with English and Thai to meet demand in London. The Language Shop, an agency responsible for quality

For more informaiton and to apply click here

 

 

 

UK Armenians & WW1 Film Premiere

The film will be followed by a discussion and buffet reception afterwards.

Time:
14:00 – 16:00
Date: 6 August 2017
Venue: Hayashen, 105a Mill Hill Road, W3 8JF

Please RSVP or confirm your attendance on our Facebook event page.

For more info on the event click here

 

Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens

Open Forum Events would like you to join us at our National Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens conference which is taking place in London on the 9th November 2017.

We have invited key industry professionals from across the globe to help you implement smart technology strategies. New thinking is allowing city regions to explore solutions and create smarter, more connected places that can enhance service delivery and improve citizen’s lives. The aim of this event is to tap into smarter and most innovative ways to support the complex needs of citizens and develop the infrastructure to overcome some of the grand societal challenges

Join us at Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens to explore the most innovative and efficient ways to use technology and data to tackle some of the biggest problems. Major city leaders and business figures from across the UK and internationally will share their views on how to develop smart and more connected cities.

To book your place click here

Introduction to Project Management

Do you want to improve the quality and delivery of the services you provide?

Join this session to gain expertise and professional advice about:
–  the traits and skills of a competent project manager,
– five processes for a successful single phase project,
–  a selection of basic tools and techniques to plan and successfully manage projects

Workshop Facilitator: Eddie Lang is a senior vice president in the strategic operations group based in the Munich office. Eddie is charged with overseeing European strategic projects within the London and Munich offices. Prior to joining PIMCO in 2005, he was a manager in the strategy and business architecture group at Accenture, focusing on banking and capital markets. He has 14 years of business management experience and holds an MBA from Saint Mary’s College Graduate School of Business and an undergraduate degree from California State University, Sacramento.

When: July 27th, 2017 2:00 PM   through   4:00 PM

Location: PIMCO, 11 Baker Street, London, W1U 3AH, United Kingdom

BOOK YOUR PLACE 

In Kind Direct

In Kind Direct, one of the Prince’s Charities, distributes goods donated by companies to charities, not for profit organisations and social enterprises.

Goods range from cleaning products, toiletries, clothes, toys and a range of other items that can be used to:

  • Give to people you support
  • Clean and maintain facilities
  • Fill goody bags for events

Although not a traditional funder, In Kind Direct helps charities to save money on everyday essential items. Charities can then use the money they’ve saved for other more important projects/outgoings.

In regards to how they work, charities register for free and pay a small charge for the service which includes delivery.

If you have any questions, please contact Jessica Latter on 0300 30 20 200 or jessica@inkinddirect.org

Online Fundraising

Training in “Developing a fundraising plan” and gaining an insight into fundraising online with “Grow your 10’er” has been organised for 20th September here at Sobus starting at 11:00 through to 1:00.
The training will be delivered by Local Giving who are a registered charity that support  charitable organisations to diversify income through online fundraising.

Please register with us by contacting Nigel Jacques at nigel.jacques@sobus.org.uk  Places are limited so please register as quickly as possible.

Job Vacancy -Membership Development Manager

Job Description

This is an exciting opportunity for a passionate, knowledgeable, communicative and organised individual to join the Young Hammersmith & Fulham Foundation as the Membership Development Manager.

A varied role, you will be part of the exciting formative stages of an innovative new charity that aims to genuinely assist organisations who deliver services to Children and Young People.

The Young Hammersmith and Fulham Foundation (YHFF) is a new charity that has been established to support the lives of young people who live, learn, play or work in the Borough. We want them to be as healthy, safe and prosperous as possible, with access to the highest quality provision. The Foundation is a pioneering cross-sector network, working with youth clubs, charities, schools, businesses, local authority, police, funders and commissioners. Together we will shape opportunities and create the best services for children and young people ensuring the sector is sustainable and robust as possible.

For more details and to apply please click here