Salary: circa £28,000 per annum (pro rata) / 18.75 hours per week
RB Mind is looking for an individual who is passionate about promoting the carers agenda and who can identify and promote the needs and rights of carers, as well as raise Mind’s profile locally.
Continue reading “Carers in Mind Service Lead, RB Mind”
35 hours per week / £24,000-£26,400 gross per annum
Fixed-term contract until end March 2020 (extension subject to funding to end March 2021).
Find out more from the Richmond Carers Centre website.
£31,360 gross per annum / 35 hours per week
Fixed-term contract up to 10th January March 2020
Find out more at the Richmond Carers Centre website.
#richmondgive is our own annual initiative to raise awareness and encourage giving to the many voluntary sector organisations within the Borough.
Coinciding with Giving Tuesday and Local Charities Day, we want to encourage local residents and companies to use the pre-Christmas period to ‘give something back’.
Look out for our social media posts on Facebook and Twitter throughout December to see just some of the local activities, achievements and opportunities on our doorstep.
We’ve also updated our suggestion sheets for individuals and companies who might like to give their time, money or gifts in kind. Download the information sheets by clicking on the document links below.
Ideas for Individual Giving – 2018
12 Ideas for Company Giving – 2018
Localgiving’s Grow Your Tenner campaign launches at 10am on Tuesday 11 December 2018. It’s an annual match funding opportunity which runs for one month, or until the £100,000 pot is fully allocated.
Continue reading “Grow Your Tenner – launches 11 December 2018”
Civil Society has published its final report on the VCSE sector and how it must adapt in coming years. The report follows a two year national conversation, funded by a partnership of eight organisations.
Continue reading “Civil Society Futures- Final Report”
What are you doing on #LocalCharitiesDay? This year the focus is on the importance of giving and the transformative work of local charities and individual Local Charities Champions. Don’t miss the chance to shine a bright light on your organisation’s achievements and local stars. If you’re looking for ideas on how to join in the celebration, take look at the Local Charities Day blog.
The Mayor of London’s Culture Seeds supports grassroots organisations with grants of £1,000 to £5,000.
Continue reading “Culture Seeds – grants for community-led cultural projects”
The Will Charitable Trust awards grants to registered charities for activities that fall within three specific categories.
Continue reading “Will Charitable Trust – grants of up to £30,000”
Albert Hunt Trust grants of between £1,000 to £5,000 are available to registered charities for projects that promote and enhance physical and mental welfare.
Continue reading “Albert Hunt Trust – grants to promote and enhance physical and mental welfare”