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SSBC opportunity to tender
Tuesday 24 November 2020
Small Steps Big Changes (SSBC) is inviting Nottingham organisations with a focus in early years development to tender for a brand new Parent-Infant Relationship Team. This new service will be commissioned city-wide for the next three years with an annual grant of £350,000. SSBC has identified the need to support infant mental health (0-2 years) by strengthening the bond between an infant and ... Read More
The UK Swap Shop team
Tuesday 24 November 2020
The community Swap Shop initiative is going national. Following great success in the East Midlands, the creators behind the platform have made the decision to launch a UK-wide version. The free-platform will enable charities and small businesses to swap services and support each other during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond. The original idea for the venture comes from the much-loved Multi-... Read More
Tuesday 24 November 2020
This Disability History Month (18 November- 20 December), Disability Support in Nottingham wants to celebrate disabled people's lives and achievements through their new Positive Voices campaign. The charity is looking for people with any impairment or disability, of any age and from all communities to get involved, by sending a video which answers the following questions: What is your name? How... Read More
Speak Out To Help Out campaign
Friday 20 November 2020
Local charity Equation has launched a new campaign to tackle domestic abuse and mental health issues facing men in Nottinghamshire. The #SpeakOutToHelpOut campaign went live on International Men's Day (19 November 2020). Equation’s Domestic Abuse Service for Men, which serves Nottingham City and County, launched the campaign after noticing that many of their referrals were coming through from... Read More
White Ribbon Day 2020
Friday 20 November 2020
Wednesday 25 November is #WhiteRibbonDay2020 - an opportunity to stand up, speak out and say no to violence against women. According to Nottingham charity Equation, the local organisers of White Ribbon Day, while anyone can experience domestic abuse or sexual violence regardless of their age, race, sex, gender identity, sexuality, disability, wealth or lifestyle, the majority of victims/survivors... Read More
Emmanuel House launches Winter Appeal with new short film
Thursday 19 November 2020
Nottingham's creative community has joined forces to launch Emmanuel House's Winter Appeal. Emmanuel House services, and the Winter Shelter they co-ordinate, are an integral part of the plan to reduce homelessness in the city of Nottingham. Their appeal this year includes the release of Lone, a new short film based on the lived experiences of homeless people in Nottingham. More about 'Lone' From... Read More
Mojatu Foundation Clothing and Funds Appeal
Thursday 19 November 2020
The Mojatu Foundation is urgently appealing for funds to help transport clothing pallets to refugees in Lesvos, Greece, at the end of November. The Nottingham-based charity is working alongside The Unheard Refugees to support refugees in the area and document their experiences. Refugees and asylum seekers in Lesvos have recently been moved to a new camp near the sea, so they are more exposed to... Read More
Wednesday 18 November 2020
The Government has issued new guidance to help community groups and charities in England understand how to safely and effectively involve volunteers during the second national lockdown. Issued by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), the guidance makes a number of key points, including that volunteers are exempt from the rule about mixing with other households. According to... Read More
University of Nottingham survey on attitudes towards ageing
Tuesday 17 November 2020
Students from The School of Medicine at the University of Nottingham are looking for participants to take part in a research survey to explore attitudes towards Dementia and ageing. The purpose of the study is to identify and understand stigma and attitudes to Dementia and old age, and possibly find ways that these can be improved.  Participants need to be over 50 years old to take part. All... Read More
Tuesday 17 November 2020
Nottingham Equal is offering funding of up to £2,000, through the New and Emerging Communities Programme, to community groups which help support young people and their families. Nottingham Equal is one of the lead organisations under the Established Communities of Identity priority for the Communities of Identity (COI) funding stream from Nottingham City Council. In order to be eligible to apply... Read More

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