FREE Webinar for Mental Health Charities

Sobus’ I/T support team, The Gallery Partnership are hosting a free webinar for mental health charities who are in need of a more efficient way to manage their IT. We’ll be looking back at how 2020 shaped the way charities operate and the tools needed to succeed. You will automatically qualify for our introductory programme. For any successful referral, Gallery will provide complimentary training, consultancy, a discount off your invoice or a donation to your preferred charity for any successful referral up to the value of £600.

Webinar date: 30th June, 11am

Registration link: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sZJpaiHsRCSzBWMbVN-FMQ

Online Suicide Prevention Course

W12 Together free course. See flyer for details.

Flyer

Charityworks Kickstart Programme

The Charityworks Kickstart Programme provides fantastic paid employment opportunities for young people looking to take their first steps into a career in the social change sector. As part of the government’s Kickstart scheme, the roles are available to anyone aged 16-24 and in receipt of Universal Credit. Find out more here.

Check Out In Kind Direct

Our friends at In Kind Direct helps thousands of UK charities and community groups access essential items like toiletries, household cleaning and laundry items, clothing and activity supplies, and benefit from huge savings on office supplies such as stationery, photocopiers and hot drinks. Join In Kind Direct to help you spend more of your money on support, not supplies. Registration is free. Sign up here.

Local Village Network Youth Signposting App

As a community we have a duty of care to show young people the support available to them.
Our Pan London ‘Local Village Network Youth Signposting App’ is designed to
• Help young people (14-24) and parents find out about services and opportunities
• Help youth-practitioners, social workers, police and other agencies promote services and opportunities
• Assist with outreach
The Local Village Network App features 1400+ opportunities from apprenticeship opportunities and employment support to fun activities like music and dance workshops.
Help us raise awareness of all these brilliant interventions by promoting the app to the young people you are in contact with

Find posters here: pdf version  png version

Stay Safe East is recruiting a Finance and Operations Manager.  

We are a unique user-led organisation working with disabled survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, hate crime and other forms of abuse. Manager

We particularly welcome applications from disabled people who reflect the diversity of the communities we serve.

For a PDF job description click here , for a word document job description click here

To apply, please download the job pack and an application form from our website at www.staysafe-east.org.uk or from Charity Jobs | Charityjob.co.uk or https://jobs.thirdsector.co.uk/jobs/

For an accessible Word format of the pack or other formats: please e-mail recruitment@staysafe-east.org.uk or ring/text Jo 07908 092 132 or Ioana on 07865 340 122

FREE Queens Tennis Tickets Available for Front Line Key 3rd Sector Workers

We have been offered 7 pairs of tickets free to attend the tennis 14th June -20th and would like to offer these across for nominations to third sector. We’re asking for nominations and will then put names in a hat to be drawn by Cllr Fennimore.

Contact:

Katharina Herrmann

Community investment manager / Programme lead

Adult Social Care

Hammersmith & Fulham Council

0777 667 2421

mailto:Katharina.Herrmann@lbhf.gov.uk

www.lbhf.gov.uk