Engage Daily Update - 30 March
Updated Report from the Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland outlines:
THE COST OF LEARNING IN LOCKDOWN
The update highlights continuing challenges for families on low incomes and further action needed
A new report from the Cost of the School Day project shows that concern about money is higher than last year for families on low incomes and many still lack the resources needed for remote learning in the months ahead.
Call for real life examples:
good communication about costs and money in your schools
Next term, the Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland are
releasing a new Talking about Costs and Money resource package for schools based on their research with 2000 parents and carers across Scotland.
Email examples from your school or local authority to email@example.com
Support for Organisations
Charity guide to the Google Ad Grant
This article from Charity Digital examines how the Google Ad Grant can help charities expand their marketing strategy on a budget
First Port's Boost It Fund is seeking ambitious enterprises ready to take on a repayable grant of up to £50,000.
It can cover: digital infrastructure, staff, equiptment and purchasing stock - visit the website to find out more:
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Following the success of a 2 year contract between Crowdfunder and LEADER to implement Crowdfund Scotland, a further 5 months of support has been made available until the end of July to projects who would like to engage with this method of funding.
Community groups and businesses across rural Scotland have raised over £1.2 million through crowdfunding.
The aim behind the Crowdfund Scotland initiative is to raise awareness and experience of crowdfunding as a means of alternative finance amongst businesses and community groups in rural areas. With a greater knowledge of how to finance local projects, rural areas have the opportunity through crowdfunding to develop their social infrastructure and economies in increasingly new and more sustainable ways.
Visit the website to find out more:
The Bridge and other CYP Service Developments - Monday 19 April 10-11am, via MS Teams
There are various exciting developments in the types and styles of services becoming available to CYP in Renfrewshire. Join our one hour session aimed at anyone delivering services for families, children & young people. You will hear from Renfrewshire Council Educational Psychology Team and Children’s Services department about important developments, projects and opportunities to get involved.
Renfrewshire Employability Programmes - Tuesday 27 April 10-10:55am
A short briefing on the various employability programmes now available in Renfrewshire; this one hour session is aimed at anyone delivering services for young people, employability practitioners and business leaders. You will hear from Invest and Engage about what’s available, when and for whom.
UPDATE: We have already noted a strong interest in this event so book early to avoid dissappointment.
Several Vacancies are currently available with RAMH:
Recovery Support Worker(s)
Housing Support Services - Sessional Staff
Senior Crisis Support Workers - Sessional Staff
Linstone Housing Association are also recruiting for
Property Services Advisor
Opportunity closes on 6th April