Engage Daily Update - 02 June
Engage Daily Update - 02 June

Engage Daily Update - 02 June


We continue our Volunteers’ Week celebrations with some member spotlights! Our thanks to Who Cares? Scotland and Paisley Girlguiding for sharing their volunteer stories with us! They’ll be shared on our Facebook this morning before 12pm…perfect for a lunchtime read!

We’re also excited to launch our Volunteer Drop-In sessions! Starting this week our Volunteer Development Officer Alice McBride will be on hand every Thursday from 1:30pm to 2:30pm to answer any of your volunteer questions via Zoom. No need to book a time slot, just message us using info@engagerenfrewshire.com for the Zoom link!


Support for Individuals

TFN - Scotland says thank you to volunteers

Minority Ethnic Matters Overview - 31 May 

RAMH - What's on June 2021

NHSGGC launches drop-in COVID vaccines for people aged 40 and over

NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Mental Health Improvement Team - Mental Health Snippet

Renfrewshire Head Injury Service - Annual Report 2020


Online Events/Training

Applications for 2021 Young Leaders Development Programme now open
The YLDP is a free course that aims to equip young people aged between 18 and 35 years old who are resident in Scotland with the leadership skills and climate change knowledge they need to take action on climate change. 

Trustee Vacancy

Kairos Women+ are looking to recruit a Treasurer and 2-3 general Trustees to their Board – an exciting opportunity to support their growing charity!
You can find the advert on Good Moves here and you can find out more about our existing Trustees here


The Nature of Scotland Awards 2021 open for entries

Brought to you by RSPB Scotland and co-sponsored by NatureScot, be part of our special 10 year anniversary awards programme! Free to enter, we are seeking applications and nominations by Tuesday 14 June in 10 award categories from business, public sector organisations, research institutions, community groups and individuals who have been active in nature conservation across Scotland, and their work can date back to March 2018.

We are proud to announce two new categories including the Health and Wellbeing Award which recognises the positive relationship between nature and wellbeing and celebrates initiatives that actively encourage people to engage with nature to support mental and/or physical health and a new Nature Champion of the Decade which will open as a public vote in autumn.

Learn more about all the award categories, enter your own project or nominate your conservation heroes today.

For more information on the award please go to:- https://www.rspb.org.uk/about-the-rspb/at-home-and-abroad/scotland/nature-of-scotland-awards/

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