Engage Daily Update - 08 December
Paisley’s much-loved museum is being transformed. It will showcase Paisley’s world-changing stories to new audiences. And it will be at the heart of the community – a place for everyone to learn, discover, create and connect. This online survey is to ensure that the views of different people are considered when promoting the museum.
This research is being conducted for the museum by Scott Porter Research & Marketing Ltd, an independent market research agency. The survey is being completed on a strictly confidential and anonymous basis as set out by the Market Research Society Code of Conduct. This means that the responses you give in the survey will be treated confidentially and no comments you make can or will be linked directly to you. Once you have completed the survey and clicked submit the survey will be submitted to a secure server and only the market researchers allocated to this project will see the data in this form.
The survey should take no more than 8 minutes to complete.
Support for Individuals
Support for Organisations
Once the funding runs out what is your next step? The funder you got funding from may not want to fund the same thing. They will not consider recurring costs. Has the project achieved what you set out to do? Do you have to look for other funding? If you have any questions or want to know more then please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Renfrewshire Council’s Cultural Organisations Support grant programme is for not-for-profit cultural organisations ineligible to apply for the Renfrewshire Coronavirus Business Support Fund and facing significant threat. The grant programme will prioritise organisations that have to make adaptations to protect income and to ensure their sustainability
Alec Dickson Trust - The funding is aimed at individuals and groups of young people who are able to demonstrate that through volunteering or community service they can enhance the lives of others, particularly those most marginalised by society.
Renfrewshire Volunteer Managers Forum - this first session of 2021 will be an opportunity for the forum to identify priorities for 2021, discuss any event planning for the year and get an update on programmes and offers. 2pm- 4pm - 20 January
Team Kinetic Training for Volunteer Managers - An online session for those looking to make the most of Engage Renfrewshire's volunteering recruitment & management platform.10am - 11.30am - 22 January
Nominate a young person for the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards
This year has certainly shown that young people in Scotland can show resilience and creativity in times of hardship. So – now’s the time to nominate the most inspirational young people in your lives and local areas for the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards 2021!
Now in its fifteenth year, the Sunday Mail Young Scot Awards recognise outstanding 11-26-year-olds from all backgrounds who are making a difference. The Awards celebrate the contributions made by young people to all aspects of our communities – from sport and the arts, through to enterprise and volunteering.
Nominate here: https://www.youngscotawards.com/
Organisations needed to host discussions with young people about health and health data
Are you an organisation or youth worker supporting 15-18 years old in Scotland? Do you feel passionate about health and how health data is used?
Dartington and Shift are recruiting participants from now until February 2021 to host a 45-minute (max.) gameplay and short discussion with their young people. All volunteer organisations will be entered into a £1,000 prize draw plus £500 in small vouchers to be distributed to young people.
The new game – Scotland On Mars – sees young people act as health minister to create their version of the NHS on Mars (known as the MHS).
It’s funded by Nesta UK and ScotGov.
To get involved, please contact us at: ScotlandOnMars@Dartington.org.uk