This exploratory session will provide VCOs with the opportunity to consider what prevention means to them and how we might work to increase our collective focus on improved outcomes for children, young people and families in Middlesbrough.
Lloyds Bank Foundation have designed a free risk management toolkit with templates to help you to manage your charity’s risks.
This guide will help everyone in your charity learn how to:
Ordinary Radical – Lucy Cuzzocrea
Depaul UK helps people around the UK who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged. We are a homelessness charity with the largest network of emergency accommodation for young people in the UK, making a difference to the lives of thousands of young people and vulnerable adults each year.
Children England has launched an inquiry into a welfare state that puts children and young people at heart and they need our support to identify:
If I’d known then what I know now!
To support the development of volunteering and participant engagement in Middlesbrough as part of the Step Forward Tees Valley (SFTV) Programme. The programme will support local people experiencing a range of complex needs, to make lasting and positive change and to move, in time, into training and employment.
To help Middlesbrough people improve their health, wellbeing and independence through the provision of a community link service.
This is a crucial post working as part of our person-centred multi-agency service that aims to encourage people to be more independent and take control of their health and wellbeing by supporting them to access community-based services and activities.
Come and meet Chris Turner, Regional Grants Officer (North) at our carousel style event.
Format of the day to be confirmed, we will contact those who have booked onto the event nearer the time with further details.
BBC Children in Need give grants for children and young people of 18 years and under experiencing disadvantage through:
Friendships (however loosely defined) and a sense of purpose could help us all beat tough times. Isolation and loneliness underlie the big hairy problems in society (community tension, poor mental and physical health, addiction, homelessness...).