Tamworth & District
Dream Fund 2017 is offering a total award fund of over £2.5 million for charitable organisations to deliver their ‘dream’ project in Great Britain (Scotland, England or Wales) in 2017-2019. The Dream Fund gives organisations the chance to deliver the project they have always dreamed of, but never had the opportunity to bring to life. Think big, be ambitious and collaborate with other not-for-profit partners to deliver your dream project.
Deadline:Thursday 15 September at 5:30pm.
Applications are now being welcomed for this year's Winston Churchill Memorial Trust's 2017 Travelling Fellowships for Early Years Prevention and Intervention.
In 2017, The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust will be investing around £1.3 million in British citizens, by awarding 150 Travelling Fellowships to support British citizens who want to travel overseas to gain knowledge, experience and exposure to best practice to benefit others in their UK professions and communities, and society as a whole.
Staffordshire County Council are offering a series of training sessions which helps you as an employer to promote Mental Health and Wellbeing in your workplace.
What event and when ?
All Being Well... general guidance for Employers and Employees about Mental Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace
Office for Civil Society (OCS) Updates:
The Building Health Partnership Fund Community Grants Scheme will help to fund community activities or services to support the frail and elderly people with long term conditions, taking a holistic approach to the needs of the individual and embedding social value.
This scheme covers projects within the geographical areas of Lichfield District Council, South Staffordshire District Council and Tamworth Borough Council.
Leadership in uncertain times…
It’s been quite a summer so far, with Brexit precipitating a tumultuous time in national politics and leaders falling left, right and centre. Thankfully local politics and society in general has pretty much got on with it and the day to day of local services for our communities does not change much… at least not yet. But what I have been struck by is the focus on what good leadership looks like.
TSRC and the Family Potential Research Centre at the University of Birmingham would like to invite you to a seminar entitled 'Public service markets don’t work and they can’t: insights from the voluntary sector' delivered by Kathy Evans of Children England.