Engage Daily Update - 18 May
Support for Individuals
Support for Organisations
Renfrewshire Health & Wellbeing Network – Wednesday 16 June 9am-10.25am
An information and networking event for health and wellbeing service providers from voluntary and public sectors in Renfrewshire. Register here
During the covid crisis we’ve achieved successes in Renfrewshire from collaborative working; and we want to enhance and build on our good cross-sector relationships.
If you deliver health- and /or wellbeing-related services in Renfrewshire's public or voluntary sectors, you are invited to join us for a short information networking event.
You'll hear flash presentations from other health and wellbeing service providers, then join small break-out rooms to gather and share more detailed info. All from your desk!
This event will run on MS Teams. Please register on Eventbrite now and a link will be sent to you w/c June 14. We look forward to welcoming you.
Volunteer Friendly Award – New Standard Launch
The Volunteer Friendly Award has been redeveloped in 2021 by Volunteer Scotland and TSI Scotland Network. The new standard reflects current volunteer good practice and trends. The new process and offer allows for more volunteer programmes to engage with this award, to develop and be recognised for the work they do.
Volunteer Scotland are pleased to invite you to the official online launch, to kick start the celebration of Volunteers Week 2021.
Event details: Tuesday 1st June 2021 2.00pm - 3.00pm
Reason to attend the launch:
- Get an introduction to the new standard, process and offer.
- Hear the benefits and experience of this award from the steering group and achievers.
- Opportunity to network, ask questions and provide feedback (use of breakout rooms)
Connecting Generations Through Art - Thursday 24 June from 2-4pm
We have now opened our next intergenerational online event which will take place on Thursday 24 June from 2-4pm and is called Connecting Generations Through Art. This is perfect for anyone who is interested in exploring how the arts can bring generations together, how we can work with artists and how these activities can help us recover in a post COVID world. We will have two practitioners who have worked on intergenerational arts projects both before and during the pandemic from Magic Me and Impact Arts, so bring your questions, stories, and ideas along. Hope to see you there!
Please note that this event is free and has limited spaces for booking. Please share around with your friends and colleagues and register on the link below as soon as you can. https://generationsworkingtogether.org/events/-24062021