Engage Daily Update - 12 January
Engage Daily Update - 12 January

Engage Daily Update - 12 January


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Renfrewshire LEP Staff/Stakeholder Information Session - The Promise



Families Outside accredited training modules - first dates for 2022
Families Outside training for professionals is designed to raise awareness of the impact imprisonment has on families, improve practice and develop the knowledge and skills required when supporting families affected by imprisonment. Attendance will contribute towards participants’ Continuous Professional Development.
The training will be delivered via Microsoft Teams, and the dates for each module are:

  • Module 1 Understanding the issues for families affected by imprisonment –  Tuesday 8 February, 9:30am
  • Module 2 Supporting children and young people who have a family member in prison – Thursday 10 February, 9:30am

Find out more and book here



Grants to Improve & Develop Allotments (UK)
Grants of between £250 and £2,000 are available to registered Allotment Associations and committees across the UK for the improvement and development of facilities on registered and permitted sites. The funding is being made available by the National Allotment Gardens Trust which aims to advance and improve the Allotments/Gardens movement through education, training, workshops and support. Non-statutory sites may also be granted funding if a long-term lease is in place. Applications will be assessed by the Board of Trustees on a quarterly basis. The next deadline for applications is the 1st April 2022.


British Ecological Society – Outreach Grants (UK)
The British Ecological Society has announced that its Outreach Grants programme is now open for applications. Schools, museums, libraries and community groups will be able to apply for grants to promote ecological science to a wide audience. Applications from schools must involve significant outreach beyond schools as projects aimed solely at delivering curriculum to school children will not be considered. The maximum award is £2,000 and the grant may be used as part-funding for larger projects involving other sponsors. The closing date for applications is 5pm on the 18th March 2022.

Agnes Hunter Trust SCIO
Agnes Hunter Trust SCIO was established to support registered charities delivering health and social welfare projects in Scotland. Applications must fit within one of the two policy areas: - charities that help disabled people such as those living with learning disabilities, mental ill health, specific types of cancer, cerebral palsy, autism, visual or physical impairments - charities that assist with the education and training of disadvantaged people aged 16 years or over who have left school. This includes those whose life experiences or environment have so far denied them opportunities to develop the skills to support themselves and contribute positively to society. Priorities for the Trust include services or projects that focus on: self-management and awareness; advice, support and information; life-skills training; employability, particularly in relation to IT, literacy and numeracy; helping people participate and contribute to their community. The Trust is particularly keen to hear from: - smaller charities with a strong local community presence - causes that do not have a strong public profile, including start-up organisations - charities developing innovative approaches, including pilot projects
Next deadline: 24th February 2022

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