Young H&F Sexual Health & Wellbeing Survey

We want to hear your views on sexual health services and education in H&F!
Your answers will help Young H&F and other partners we work with to better meet the needs of young people around sexual health and wellbeing.
Are you a young person, aged between 14-25 in Hammersmith and Fulham? Then we need you!

Please click here for the survey
Please let us know your views.
Responses are completely anonymous

UK Youth’s Quality Assurance Frameworks

UK Youth has produced two quality assurance frameworks to support organisation to operate in a safe way. The frameworks will help strengthen the quality of service delivery by supporting our members and the youth sector with training, moderation, resources and expert advice.
Click here for more info

Recommended Reading from The DSC Team

Just in case you missed these, the new editions of The Directory of Grant Making Trusts, The Complete Volunteer Management, Community Fundraising and The Complete Fundraising Handbook landed on our shelves in the last couple of months.

 

 

 

 

Obtaining Trustees for Your Cause

How do you get talented and dynamic individuals, who are representative of their communities, on board as trustees for your cause?

“Using this guide from Getting on Board, charities of all sizes can successfully and affordably recruit trustees outside their usual pool of contacts.” – Sarah Atkinson, Director for Policy, Planning and Communications, Charity Commission

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Into Enterprise – Two Weeks, One Mission!

If you use the library, the business information points, the business databases and all the business reference material that we provide, you will be interested in RBKC’s very own Enterprise Week – a week of events and activities hosted by organisations operating within the borough, for the entrepreneurs and enterprises based in the borough.

This week will operate in tandem with Global Entrepreneurship Week, where entrepreneurs across the world will learn from each other and experts in their field…

RBKC Enterprise Week 2019

 

Wilde and Friends

A guide to Oscar’s decadent London

Thursday 12 December

6.30pm to 7.45pm

Kensington Central Library

With Antony Clayton, Nina Antonia & Darcy Sullivan

London in the 1890’s was synonymous with decadence.

As the last decade of the century drew to a close, there was a flowering of intense creativity by a coterie of brilliant, self-destructive, daring darlings and dandies.

Join us and meet both the famous figureheads and some of the lesser known doomed doyens of decadent London’s fashionable and influential milieu.

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YHFF New Website & Venue Bank Now Live

Our new website is now live…….to sign up click HERE

We now have a new interactive platform for our local networks to upload details about their organisation and specific projects in borough – making your project or organisation easier to find and access.

The type of offers you can upload on the site, include:
• Programmes for young people (0-25yrs delivered within the community
• School based projects (for young people, or staff)
• Parent programmes
• Support for charity organisations / community groups – e.g. training, taster sessions, partnership opportunities, etc.

You can also use the website to support your recruitment efforts – if you upload any vacancies you have (paid or voluntary). We will then support this by promoting the offers within the local community and in any of the YPF boroughs with the platform.

To receive a ‘HOW TO’ guide or for futher suppoirt then please contact on gareth@yhff.org.uk

Venue Bank

Charities working with Children and Young People are finding it increasing difficult to locate suitable premises from where they can deliver their much-needed services.

Sign up for the Venue Bank HERE

How to guide is located here and for any more info please contact gareth@yhff.org.uk

Head of Youth Programmes Job Opportunity

We are recruiting to an important role here at Hackney CVS…

Job title: Head of Youth Programmes

Conditions of work

  • Salary: £42,000 pa pro rata
  • Hours: 4 days per week (28 hours), 9.30 – 5.30pm. Work outside of these hours will be necessary as required and will be compensated for with corresponding time in lieu. This may increase to full time subject to funding being secured
  • Notice period: 3 months
  • Contract: permanent (3-month probation period)

How to apply

For further details please download the job description and read the background documents here https://hcvs.org.uk/work-for-us/

If you would like to discuss the role, please contact Jake Ferguson CEO Hackney CVS, jake@hcvs.org.uk.

To submit an application please complete the personal information form and the application form, available to download at the link above, and return to recruitment@hcvs.org.uk by 9.30pm on Tuesday 26 November 2019. Interviews are on 5 December at our offices in Dalston, E8.

Job Opportunities from Standing Together against Domestic Violence

Domestic Homicide Review (DHR) Manager – Click here

Haringey Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) Coordinator – Click here

VAWG Data Analyst and CCR Impact Educator – Click here

Supporting Older LGBT Residents

Earlier this year, the H&F Health and Wellbeing Board and the POPS Forum heard from Opening Doors London (ODL) (www.openingdoorslondon.org.uk), an organisation which provides information and support to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT+) aged over 50.

ODL provide an outreach and befriending programme that ensures that support is available to a generation of older LGBT+ who had previously experienced abuse and rejection, during a time when had not been possible to be open about sexuality or gender within a hostile climate.

Click here to continue…