Diversity and difference

LA7 ESF Community Grants Funding Available for third sector organisations

Grants of up to £15k are now available to support inactive/ unemployed people to help their progression towards further learning and employment.

Gateshead Council learningSkills, on behalf of the 7 Local Authorities (LA7) from the North East LEP area, is seeking bids from Third Sector Organisations for the provision of community projects. This is the fourth round of procurement and we are offering grants of up to £15,000 to support a range of activities aimed at assisting inactive/ unemployed people to move closer to the labour market.

In Her Own Way

Eleanor Lisney is looking for support for In Her Own Way, a book aimed at encouraging young women to aim high, whatever it may mean for them personally.

"Each of us is writing a chapter in the book and mine is about the journey of being a disabled women of colour. I am very excited to be able to share my experiences in a way that might benefit someone else.

You can help me do this by pledging to buy a copy of the book here: https://unbound.com/books/in-her-own-way/

Smart Works Newcastle

Smart Works has brought its award-winning service to the North-East to set more women up for interview success. Smart Works Newcastle opened in April 2018 and is need of clothing donations, volunteers and supporter partnerships. Details on how you can support the organisation can be found at smartworks.org.uk

 

Riverside looking for trustee

Riverside is managed by committed Board of Trustees and we are looking for new people to join our committee. In particular we are looking for someone with a background in finance. We welcome interest from those who use our services as well as those who are interested in furthering our work; through contributing to the management and development of our Charity.

  • Organisation - Riverside Community Health Project
  • Job type - Other
  • Hours - 12 hrs per year
  • Salary - N/A
  • Closing date - 31 July 2018

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