Engage Daily Update - 15 December
The Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020 (Meetings of Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisations) (Coronavirus) (No. 2) Regulations 2020
A copy of the regulations and supporting information can be found here.
These regulations extend the ‘relevant period’ set out in Schedule 14 of the Corporate Insolvency and Governance Act 2020, meaning that SCIOs can continue to hold remote members meetings until 30 March 2021.
The continuing restrictions necessitated by COVID-19 mean that a SCIOs ability to hold general or members’ meetings in person (where this is specified in the constitution) is limited. These regulations allow SCIOs to use remote methods, such as video conference or phone calls to hold meetings with their members if they need to.
The time period originally ran until 30 December 2020, this is now extended for a final 3 months to 30 March 2021.
Support for Individuals
Support for Organisations
Many funders will require details about how your project is going to make a difference to the need you have identified. It is a good idea to think about the likely impact your project may make, and how you will measure it. Think about how you can capture the information you need while carrying out the project. It might prove difficult to go back and try to get that same information.
If you have any questions or want to know more then please contact us on email@example.com
The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust - Grants are available to help disabled people in the UK to play tennis through the purchase of wheelchairs, tennis equipment and grants for coaching
Response, Recovery & Resilience Fund
Foundation Scotland’s Response, Recovery & Resilience Fund is still open. So far Renfrewshire has received £53, 271.00 from this fund.
To apply to Foundation Scotland’s RRR Fund click here. (Grants from £1,000 - £5000)
To apply for the alternative funding sources, including from Scottish Government, visit this SCVO page
The £25m Community and Third Sector Recovery Programme remains open until March 2021
Remember that Engage can look over any funding applications before submitting, and we still have GRANTfinder which we can use to look for alternative sources of funding. To get in touch please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SAMH session information for the continued programme of delivery into 2021. Sign up information can also be found on the attached flyers. The sessions on offer from January to end of March 2021 are; Maintaining Well Being, Building Resilience, An Introduction to Suicide Prevention and Mental Health in the Workplace – Guide for Managers.
Each session lasts 1.5 hours (Managing MH in the Workplace runs over 2 x 1.5 hour sessions) and are delivered via MS Teams or Zoom. The sessions are open to anyone working or volunteering in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde Area.
Zoom information Microsoft Teams information
Street League Update
Employability Fund Stage 3 due to start 11th January 2021 in Renfrewshire. 11 x 16/17 spaces and 5 x 18+ all referrals to go via Caitlin – Caitlin.email@example.com or through our online referral link - www.streetleague.co.uk/forms/join-a-free-programme
10 week programme/4 days per week with face to face delivery where possible. Equipped to be online if required. All participants will work towards achieving an SCQF level 4 award in Customer Service.
NTSF Stage 1 & 2 provision for January 2021 – 6 hours delivery per week focusing on Barrier removal and light touch employability support. Eligibility criteria – 16-29 and not in employment, education or training. Referrals can be made by Young Person or partner organisation via our online link - www.streetleague.co.uk/forms/join-a-free-programme
Self-Refer into Renfrewshire Leisure, Health & Wellbeing Team
Renfrewshire Leisure is now accepting self-referrals with immediate effect, on a temporary basis into our Health & Wellbeing services. Anyone, whether a referrer or person wanting to be referred can email firstname.lastname@example.org with their name, D.O.B and contact number and they’ll be contacted by one of our Health & Wellbeing staff.
Our services include:
- Advice and support on how to get more active (this can be anything from specific advice around living with a long-term condition to just needing a helping hand to get started)
- Advice and support on how to eat better
- Access to a Virtual Physical Activity Offering (including a weekly timetable of Yoga, Tai Chi, Qi Gong, NHS Vitality programme which is a range of classes designed for all levels, specifically designed for people living with medical conditions at discounted rates
- Access to On Demand services of classes at discounted rates
- Free access to our Macmillan Cancer Support services; including support and opportunities to get more active and an online support group for people affected by cancer.
If you would like any further information on this change in operations, please do not hesitate to get in touch.