- provides funding that will offer practical benefits, such as equipment and resources for projects directly benefiting children and young people ( including children with disabilities) living in local communities. Grant: £400-£5000.
- aged 16-24 run community change projects in their local area in greater London. Starbucks aims to encourage and inspire a generation of young people to take action and create positive local change. Grant: £2,000 Deadline: 5 Mar 2012.
PVSF will be running a 1 day Project Evaluation Framework Workshop on Sat, 28 Jan 2012 (10am – 4pm), so if you would like to learn how:
- Demonstrate impact – how your project will benefit your participants
- Show progression of beneficiaries – what your participants will go onto after your project.
- Evidence track record – how past work has shaped your new project.
- Convince funders why they should fund you in the future.
- Produce an evaluation that reflects your achievements.
Then call PVSF today to book your space on 0207 732220 or 0207 6357000
- SAF Professional Development Parlour is launching the first of two events aimed at helping artists with fundraising. Date: 2 Feb 2012
- The London Apprenticeship Company have a number of opportunities working in the NHS. If you are aged 16-24 year you can earn a wage and gain both Business Administration and IT qualifications.
- The London Apprenticeship Company have a number of opportunities working in the NHS. You will earn a wage and gain both Business Administration and IT qualifications. Are you aged 16-24,
- then apply today.
- Elevating Success is hosting ‘Business Enterprise’ for people aged 18+. Have you ever thought of starting your own business and wondered what was involved?
- Black Business Initiative is running a Using Social Media Networking Event which will explore the various types of Social Media and how to use them for marketing and business development. Date: 20 Feb 2012
- The London Bubble Theatre Co. (LBTC) will be running a number of FREE drama workshops for young people aged 16+.
- with children, in full or part time and in receipt of a low income, or in receipt of
working tax credit
- and would like to illustrate what a cut to this benfit support would mean to your family?
- for the first annual Team London Achievement Awards by 1 February 2012.
- is currently conducting a community based research into the use of skin lightening products by the African and Caribbean born African community.
Community Council Meetings:
For further information please contact, Nadine James on 020 7525 5503 or email: Nadine.James@southwark.gov.uk. For a complete list of the Council’s meetings and activities visit: www.southwark.gov.uk/YourCouncil/CouncilDiary/
Funders of PVSF services: Southwark Council, Big Lottery, Wates Foundation, City Bridge Trust
PVSF has taken all reasonable measures to ensure the accuracy of the information included in this bulletin. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed, do not necessarily reflect our views.