Next Friday, H&F Council and Spacehive will be hosting an online crowdfunding workshop in advance of the Autumn funding round of the Hammersmith & Fulham Hive.
Come along to get advice and support in developing your project idea and find out how you can pitch for up to £20,000 to make it happen! We’ll be on hand to answer your questions and to share advice about running a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Secure your spot by clicking on the button below:
Whether this is your first time creating a project or you’re a seasoned community organiser, this online workshop will be an opportunity to learn everything you need to know in order to create and run a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Share your project idea with us today (even if it is just a seedling of an idea) so we can give you tips on how to get started!
If you cannot attend or have accessibility requirements please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org
To mark Refugee Week, we are running a series of free virtual workshops from Monday 14th June to Friday 18th June. They will be hosted on Zoom by Hammersmith & Fulham Council and will cover a range of topics relating to refugees and asylum-seekers, including employment, wellbeing and rights.
These events are open to all, but are particularly targeted at refugees and asylum seekers.
Winning and maintaining internal support on 8 June https://smk.org.uk/event/winning-and-maintaining-internal-support-2/
Self-care for change-makers on 22 June
Photojournalism Hub is offering a Free Photography and Storytelling course for people aged 60+ living in Hammersmith and Fulham thanks to the kind support of Hammersmith United Charities. The project starts on the 13th of May and it lasts for 8 wks. It is a wonderful project in which participants will be learning basic photography and storytelling and will slowly work in pairs to produce a photo story of each other. The resulting photo stories will be published in a photo book which will be donated to all participants for themselves and their loved ones. A registering page with further information is here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/about-us-tickets-146967526829
I am also more than happy to have a phone call with those with an interest to join and would like further elucidation: Cinzia D’Ambrosi, Photojournalist, +44 7960940766
Utilize are running a series of free online events. Click on the event to find out more.
Taking The Next Steps With Sage
This webinar is perfect for businesses who have outgrown Sage 50, you will learn how Sage 200 can make a real impact in your organisation.
Transformational Technologies For Future Ready Legal Practices
Specifically designed for mid-sized Legal Practices, we show you how you can utilise your existing systems and software to become a more efficient and streamlined Practice.
This webinar is at an introductory level. It is ideally suited to decision-makers within a business responsible for Cyber Security and IT strategy planning who crave the need to understand more about Cyber Security in the current “New Remote World” and how this is shaping the SMB sector.
Coronavirus has changed life for us all. Anxiety and the disruption to daily life will be even more difficult to deal with for those who already struggle with mental health. In turn, the pressure on parents/carers, who are dealing with their own disruptions and worries, now also have increased concerns for those that they care for. We would like to help.
Our free workshops include time out in nature, walking or doing conservation work and then time doing creative activities – painting, weaving, lino-cutting, nature mandalas – under the guidance of our experienced Art Psychotherapist, who helps guide the conversation. The role parents and carers play is crucial in supporting young people with mental ill-health. By supporting parents/carers wellbeing, creating positive memories, and improving empathy and communication within families, parents/carers can in turn help their young person to recover.
Suitable for any young person experiencing mental ill-health (up to 25 years of age), and their parent/carer.
- Fri 7th May 5pm to 7.30pm
- Thurs 17th June 5pm to 7.30pm
- Fri 9th July 5pm to 7.30pm
- Sun 12th Sept 10am to 12.30pm
- Sun 3rd Oct 10am to 12.30pm
Whether you care to talk, or talk to care – let’s get together #InAGoodPlace.
At Carers Network, we believe in the value of an open conversation about death and the importance of finding a good place where people feel able to listen and support those who are planning for the last years of life or end of life, who are dying and who have been bereaved.
The lack of openness in our communities affects the quality and range of support and care available to patients and their families.
Dying Matters is an opportunity for the community to come together in a good place to open up conversations around life, death, bereavement, and future planning. We can all do it together.
Join us at one or all of our events below through Dying Matters Awareness Week during the w/c 10 May .
|Talking Future Planning||Talk and discussion – What is future care planning? Why does it matter and what can we do to create communities with good place for meaningful conversation?||Monday 10th May 2021||2.00 – 3.30 PM||Click here to join the meeting
On Microsoft Teams
|Will Writing Workshop||Talk and discussion – Why and how to make a will, what happens to your assets if you die without making a will, what a will should cover, choosing executors, the basics of probate and inheritance tax, property abroad.||Tuesday 11th May 2021||12.30 – 2.00 PM||Join on Zoom
ID: 857 6309 9722
|End of Life Carers Project
|Presentation and discussion – This is an opportunity to talk about death and dying through the lenses of our End of Life Carers Project. What are we about? What does the project do and Why does support for family members of people in the last years of life matters?||Wednesday 12th May 2021||3.00 – 4.30 PM||
On Microsoft Teams
|Bereaved In the Community||The pandemic has brought death and the bereaved in sharp focus as we lived through the national daily count on covid death. What support is available and how do we, as a community, improve the experience of those who are bereaved in our community.||Thursday 13th May 2021||10.00 – 11.30 AM||Join on Zoom
ID: 829 3610 8707
|End of Life Carers Project
|Presentation and discussion – This is an opportunity to talk about death and dying through the lenses of our End of Life Carers Project. What are we about? What does the project do and Why does support for family members of people in the last years of life matters?||Friday 14th May 2021||11.00 AM – 12.30 PM||Join on Zoom
ID: 850 0101 6335
If you are working with any unpaid adult carers looking after adults in the City of Westminster, London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham or Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea you can refer them to us for support securely online here.
20 Dawes Road, London, SW6 7EN
Telephone 020 7952 1230
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Sobus is a new Community Development Agency for Hammersmith & Fulham. It has been created through the merger of the Community and Voluntary Sector Association Hammersmith & Fulham (CaVSA) and the Fulham Community Partnership Trust (FCPT). Building on the strengths of both organisations, sobus aims to provide a wider range of support services for local charities, community groups, social enterprises and start up businesses.