Engage Daily Update - 25 January
Scotland, it’s time to roll up our sleeves, vaccinations for COVID-19 have begun. When offered the vaccine please get it.
Click here for more information about the COVID 19 vaccine
Support for Individuals
New Princes' Trust Programme - Launching 10 February
The course will include online units like 1st Aid, Being a Respectful Digital Citizen and Health and Wellbeing, a Communications class and lots of various workshops including employability. Contact Jackie for more information 07881783790 Jacqueline.Shirley@wcs.ac.uk
Hilden Charitable Fund - Grants for UK charities working in the areas of homelessness, penal affairs, asylum seekers and refugees, community based initiatives for disadvantaged young people (16-25), and projects in developing countries working on community development, education, and health (with particular interest in projects that address the needs and potential of girls and women)
Funder of the Week
This week our funder is The Tudor Trust
“The Tudor Trust is an independent grant-making charitable trust. We fund a wide range of organisations working to support positive changes in people’s lives and in their communities around the UK. We don’t have specific funding programmes designed to advance any particular agenda as we think that the groups we support are best placed to identify problems and develop solutions!”
Tudor Trust wants to support organisations which
- Address Marginalisation
- Make a Difference
- Display Positive Organisational Characteristics
Before applying check their guidelines and the list of those excluded from applying.
See who they have recently offered funding to.
Tudor Trust operates a 2 stage application process . This gives them the opportunity to look over your project idea and how you work with your community. They will then decide if your application moves onto stage 2 where you will complete a more detailed application form.
On Thursday 28 January 2021 10.30am to 12.00pm we have a funding officer from the Tudor Trust attending a funding spotlight.
Book your free place
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 985 5492 8611
Scotland on Mars
In acknowledgement of how difficult it currently is for organisations, the Scotland on Mars project has been adapted slightly:
(i) Guided facilitation from a teacher or staff member is no longer needed. Young people can play the game entirely remotely in their own time (although if interested, we can prepare a simple lesson plan e.g. PSE or Modern Studies classes).
(ii) Game play will start later than planned (Feb 2021), and run longer (March 2021). This is intended to be responsive to the additional demands and pressures staff and young people will be experiencing at this time (e.g. additional restrictions, getting settled with remote learning etc.).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.