Engage Daily Update - 11 June
Support for Individuals
Social Security Scotland Newsletter
Minority Ethnic Matters Overview - 07 June
There is still time for young people aged 14-25 to register their interest to run for one of the 5 MSYP positions within Renfrewshire. Young people who are interested can sign up by going to https://elections.syp.org.uk/elections/7/
Support for Organisations
*BOOK NOW* PVG Eligibility: How to determine the need for a PVG check
Tue, 22 June 2021 10:00 – 12:00 BST
This online session is designed to assist you in establishing when it is appropriate to apply for PVG
*NEW* Social Enterprise Scotland - New webinars - risk management, co-operatives, meet the charity regulator and more
Funding Opportunity from Creating Better Lives – Dementia Programme - Greater Glasgow and Clyde area
The Life Change Trust recognises that very often it is local, grassroots organisations which, by their very nature of being local, have this most immediate impact on the lives of people with dementia and unpaid carers. Often these projects have few resources. The small grants programme is open for such projects and local organisations to apply to deliver work that will support people with dementia and unpaid carers in their local community.
Grants Scheme to Help the Museum & Gallery Sector Recover from the Coronavirus Pandemic To help the museum and gallery sector recover from the Coronavirus pandemic, the Art Fund has launched a new project grant scheme. Applicants must address at least one of the Art Fund’s four priority areas for support: collections; digital; engagement; and workforce. The deadline for applications is 5.30pm on the 5th July 2021
Creating cycling communities
Do you want to help more people in your community to cycle for short everyday journeys? Shift is here to help.
We’ll provide you with funding and expert support to run activities that will help people jump on a bike, instead of into their car.
Foundation Scotland - The fund supports piano scholarships at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Glasgow but also welcomes applications from community groups working with young people in arts and music. They are particularly interested in projects which are helping young people to take up music. Priority will be given to grassroots organisations
NHS Scotland - Feedback Request
We want to better understand how the NHS communicates and involves patients, or their carers and relatives when things have gone wrong in health care. We are interested in hearing from people who would be willing to take part in a telephone interview.
We are looking to speak with people who have experienced a safety event within NHS Scotland no more than 10 years ago where there has been actual harm (pain, additional treatment needed, psychological harm or death) or there was the potential for serious harm (a near miss). We are interested in hearing peoples experience on how they felt about the communication they received what went well, what could be improved and how patient, carer involvement can help the NHS learn and ensure similar incidents do not recur.
Whilst this is not another opportunity for individual cases to be re-examined and reviewed, we are looking to understand how the involvement of patients, carers and relatives could be improved in future.
If you are interested in taking part please click on the link to get in touch https://www.callforparticipants.com/study/A1M54/openness-and-learning-when-things-go-wrong-in-health-care?re=callforparticipants.com&ca=directlink-study-5