Engage Daily Update - 21 May
Engage Daily Update - 21 May

Engage Daily Update - 21 May


Support for Individuals

SCSN Safety NETworks newsletter


Support for Organisations

If you’d like to demonstrate how great your organisation is at involving volunteers, then apply for Volunteer Friendly; a user-friendly quality standard to support, recognise and reward your volunteer development. Contact info@engagerenfrewshire.com or visit Volunteer Friendly


Online Events/Training

Engage in Conversation – A BME Integration Network for Renfrewshire: Discuss - Monday 24 May, 4-5pm

How do we build a meaningful life as ethnic minority people living in Scotland?
Do you think an integration network would benefit ethnic minority people living in Renfrewshire?
How would you feel being more connected with local ethnic minority groups that can influence local change?
What would that connection look like?
These sessions are a chance for ethnic minority people who live in Renfrewshire to shape local change and get to know who's doing what, improving understanding of who/what influences change.
The sessions are interactive and a space to share experiences. If you’d like to take part in the anonymous poll using Mentimeter during the session you’ll need two devices – a smartphone and laptop/iPad will be fine.  Please note this is not a requirement of attendance but provides a way to bring out relevant discussion.
To confirm your attendance please use the Eventbrite link
Engage in Conversation sessions are a regular feature of engagement to bring your views to the forefront of local awareness and planning strategies.  You can also find our closed group on Facebook

DigiShift 45 - Feel the fear and do it anyway® – how to de-risk digital and make progress - 26 May at 10am
This digishift is about giving you some key questions and tools to tackle the big, strategic questions about digital with your board and senior leadership team.

Infant Mental Health mapping working shops
Facilitated by Andrew Dawson. A new specialist multi-disciplinary mental health team is being developed and Andrew would like to engage with third sector partners so they can think about a whole network approach.
We have the following dates available:

  • Tuesday 01 June 9:30am -11am
  • Thursday 03 June  1:30pm -3:00pm 

Please note it is the same workshop on both dates, and will be via Teams. Contact Michelle.Guthrie@ggc.scot.nhs.uk to book



The Ironmongers' Company - Registered charities (including Schools that are registered as charities for young people with disabilities) that work with disadvantaged children under the age of 25 can apply for funding of up to £10,000. Of particular interest are projects that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and young people to fulfil their potential and educational activities that develop learning, motivation and skills.

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