Engage Daily Update - 08 July
We’re launching IN-Ren (Integration Network Renfrewshire); and we’re inviting you to be part of it.
If you are from a minority ethnic background and live in Renfrewshire, you are warmly invited to attend the first session on Monday 26 July at 4pm, on Zoom. All you need to bring is a willingness to share your thoughts and experiences of life in Renfrewshire as a person from a minority ethnic background, as well as an enthusiasm for making suggestions for positive change and improvement.
Join the Zoom Meeting here with the passcode 373077
or using the meeting ID: 865 9664 7984 and Passcode: 373077
Support for Organisations
SKS Scotland & Engage Renfrewshire are co-hosting a 3 day training sessions, 17 – 19 August 2021, that will look over the Social Enterprise Toolkit.
The subjects to be covered include:-
- Bank accounts, corporation returns, OSCR etc
- Office systems and reporting
- Reporting to HMRC - what needs to be done
- Pricing, monitoring income
- Income streams, outcomes,
The Santander Foundation
We created the Santander Foundation to help disadvantaged people in the UK. Throughout the years, we’ve supported a number of non-profit organisations to deliver charitable initiatives across the country. To date, we’ve awarded over £21 million to more than 11,600 charitable causes. Find out more and apply
Renfrewshire Health and Social Care Partnership (HSCP) provides grants to voluntary organisations under Section 10 of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968. The Act states that grants can be made to voluntary organisations who promote social welfare and the HSCP requires organisations to be constituted, operating in Renfrewshire and promote at least one of the HSCPs strategic objectives, which are:
1. Improving Health and Wellbeing.
2. Providing the right service, at the right time, in the right place.
3. Working in partnership to support the person as well as the condition.
A maximum of £2,000 can be awarded to an organisation and organisations must comply with Renfrewshire Council’s Conditions of Grant.
As part of your submission, applicants are asked to reflect how they will deliver activities assuming social distancing and other restrictions are likely to continue for some time.
The application form is attached here, please send completed application forms to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 13 August 2021. Organisations should be informed of the outcome by Friday 24 September 2021.
NHS Youth Forum
We are seeking to engage with young people for recruitment to our exciting NHS 24 Youth Forum and would appreciate if you could share this with any young people that you work with, or groups that you may feel would benefit from this. I have attached a flyer/poster that which you can share digitally or print off.
The aim of NHS 24 Youth Forum is to engage with a diverse range of young people from across Scotland between the age of 16 and 26, listen to their views and find out how they would like to get involved with NHS 24. To have their voice heard and help the development of services that matter to them by improving awareness and access to NHS 24 services such as mental health.
There are various ways to get involved with the Youth Forum, from participating in regular Youth Forum and Public Partnership Forum meetings, engaging in user research sessions or usability testing and in-house service feedback, to involvement in campaigns and NHS events, all the way to board representation and strategy input.
As a member of NHS 24 Youth Forum, a young person can expect:
- To meet friendly, supportive and welcoming staff
- Accessible venues or MS Teams meetings and advance notice of meeting dates
- Encouragement to express your views on particular projects
- Recognition and appreciation of your view
- Support and guidance
- To be treated as a colleague who actively contributes to NHS 24’s goals through volunteering
- To be provided with references for employment
- To have reasonable travel expenses reimbursed
- To receive Young Saltire points for volunteering
To register interest or learn more about the Youth Forum, please contact us at email@example.com
Scottish Health Awards
Each year the Scottish Health Awards provides an important opportunity to recognise and celebrate the work of those dedicated individuals and teams who deliver high quality health and care services to the people of Scotland.
Again this year, NHS Scotland and its partners across health and social care have risen to the challenge of dealing with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Our staff have adapted their services to support as many people as possible - maintaining urgent care, flexing capacity and developing innovative ways of working. It is more important than ever to recognise and reward staff for what they have been doing day-in and day-out. We would appreciate your support by encouraging nominations through your existing networks.
The closing date for nominations is Thursday 26 August 2021. The launch marks the start of a 10-week nomination period where the public and those working across our health and social care system can nominate individuals and teams who have gone that extra mile to provide the highest quality health and care for the people of Scotland.
There are sixteen award categories including a People’s Choice Award which will be open to a public vote from 13 September.
- Support Worker Award
- Innovation Award
- Volunteers Award
- Midwife Award
- Allied Health Professional Award
- Young Achiever Award
- Unsung Hero Award
- Care for Mental Health Award
- Integrated Care Award
- Tackling Health Inequalities Award (previously Healthier Lifestyle Award)
- Leader of the Year Award
- Nurse Award
- Doctor Award
- Top Team Award
- Global Citizenship Award
- People’s Choice Award
Nominations must be submitted online by 26 August at http://www.scottishhealthawards.com
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Stories featuring some of the nominees will appear in the Daily Record over the nomination period.