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Engage Daily Update - 18 August
Engage Daily Update - 18 August

Engage Daily Update - 18 August

18/08/2021


Paisley Museum Youth Consultation

Paisley Museum is looking consult young people aged 13 – 19 and living in Renfrewshire, to gather their ideas about the museum and their feedback on how to make it more youth-friendly when it reopens.

We’d love to get feedback from young people on the kind of welcome experience they would like to find in the museum, what kind of stories and themes they’re most interested in, and what activities they would like to engage with. This would be an opportunity for young folk to learn more about the museum redevelopment project, get some insights into what will be inside it, and contribute their ideas about what they would like the museum to be.

If you’re an organisation working with teenagers in the local area, and you’re interested to arrange a meeting to find out more, please contact Stef Donini, Audience Research Officer for Paisley Museum Re-imagined stef.donini@renfrewshire.gov.uk

 

Support for Individuals

Update on the COVID-19 Vaccine NHS Scotland Explainer Video, additional language translations of the long-format video now available. Full list with new languages in bold:   BSL, Arabic, Cantonese, French, Hindi, Polish, Punjabi, Swahili, Romanian, Urdu, Amharic, Dari, Farsi, Kurdish Sorani, Pashto, Spanish, Tamil, Tigrinya and Vietnamese. 

As a reminder the NHS Scotland Vaccine Explainer Video was created in partnership with PHS and Third Sector partners, and provides key facts about the COVID-19 vaccines for those who may be hesitant to get the vaccine when offered. See this document for all links to videos.

REMINDER West College Scotland Ferguslie Learning Centre classes begin next week, 23rd August Full classes programme can be found here.

Renfrewshire Leisure’s Cultural Development Team are delighted to offer FREE Sector Training workshops for Creatives and Cultural Organisations in Renfrewshire.The sessions are open to Artists and Creative Practitioners who reside in Renfrewshire or who regularly practice here, and to Creative, Arts and Heritage based organisations who are based in Renfrewshire. Workshops begin this week, find all workshop details here.

 

Support for Organisations

‘Intergenerational Connections and Volunteering’ Guest speaker: Deborah Altman from Volunteer Scotland who will talk about volunteering and the role of IG volunteering in our communities around food.

Date: Tuesday 24th August 2021
Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Venue: Zoom

Please click on the link to book your place:  https://generationsworkingtogether.org/events/intergenerational-food-connections-and-volunteering-24082021

Renfrewshire Leisure’s Cultural Development Team are delighted to offer FREE Sector Training workshops for Creatives and Cultural Organisations in Renfrewshire.

The sessions are open to Artists and Creative Practitioners who reside in Renfrewshire or who regularly practice here, and to Creative, Arts and Heritage based organisations who are based in Renfrewshire.

Workshops begin this week, find all workshop details here

 

Mental Health Resources

As schools and youth organisations are gearing up for a return we thought it was timely to re-share a refreshed schools and youth resources document that partners may find useful.

In addition we have produced a Perinatal Mental Health Good Practice guide. This resource is intended to support Health Care Workers, Third Sector partners and any community organisations in contact with, supporting and/or working with new and expectant parents. 

Please find here an updated collation of free e-learning mental health training that may support staff CPD in this area. 

Last but not least the Healthy Minds Resources – there are 16 sessions in the suite of downloadable resources and you can access them by visiting: 
NHSGGC : Healthy Minds Resource 

Further updates and resources can be found in the August Mental Health Snippet from NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde Mental Health Improvement Team

 

Funding

A small grants fund has been set up to support organisations to put on remembrance events as part of this year's To Absent Friends Festival (1-7 November 2021)
Two types of small grants (of up to £250) are available:
Community grants: These are for organisations and communities who want to plan private remembrance events at which their community can come together (online, outside or in small gatherings) to share memories, stories and solace.
Public grants: These are for organisations who want to organise an interactive public event (online, outside or in a public space) such as a concert, exhibition or installation, freely open to members of the public.
Applications are encouraged from charities, community groups, care homes, NHS organisations, small businesses, prisons, arts organisations, schools, education institutions and more.
The deadline for receipt of applications is 31 August.
The grants are being administered by Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief.  For more information please go to;- https://www.toabsentfriends.org.uk/content/small-grants-2021/


Corra Foundation - Children and Families Fund 
This fund aims to support direct work with children and families affected by alcohol and drugs. They are seeking applications that are based on partnership approaches which demonstrate how they will take a Whole Family Approach which is Relational and Rights Based when delivering front-line services which support children and families. The involvement of children and families with lived experience in the project proposal will be a key assessment criteria, and they are particularly interested in applications which include co production approaches to service design, delivery and review. To be funded, applications must demonstrate significant connection, collaboration and contribution to the work their Local Authority area is implementing in relation to both The Promise and the Whole Family Approaches work being taken by ADPs.
Next deadline: 4th November 2021
For more information please go to:- https://www.corra.scot/grants/drugs-services-funds/

 

Vacancies

Childcare First - Nursery Manager

Volunteering Services Coordinator posts x2 – WEST of Scotland & NORTH of Scotland (fixed term) with Macmillan Cancer Support
Salary: £26,500
Job type: Fixed Term
Closing Date: 22 August 2021

Club Coordinator posts x2 with ROAR Connections for Life
Salary: £20,240 pro rata
Job Type: Permanent, Part Time (21hr pw)
Closing Date: 1 September 2021
 

Surf Awards 2021

You have just 3 weeks left to get your applications in for the SURF Awards 2021

The SURF Awards are widely recognised as the most prestigious in the field of Scottish community regeneration. The purpose is to highlight, celebrate and share the achievements of initiatives that address physical, social and economic challenges in communities across Scotland.

This year the 5 categories are:

  • Community Led Regeneration
  • Supporting Youth Employability
  • Scotland’s Most Improved Place
  • Housing and Regeneration
  • Creative Regeneration

Information and application materials are available on the SURF website at: https://www.surf.scot/surf-awards/

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