Increased demand for services in winter exerts severe pressure on local community, voluntary, faith and social enterprise organisations. Action Together helps strengthen local non-profit organisations, to enable them to support local people, by driving support for winter initiatives from the Tameside Christmas Toy Appeal to volunteering for local organisations.
Greater Manchester Prevention Concordat Workshop for Better Mental Health
Aims of the Workshop
- Continue the development of a GM Mental Wellbeing Vision and Plan, to form part of the refreshed GM Mental Health Strategy
- To develop GM commitments within this plan that evidence how we will make the Prevention Concordat ‘real’ at a GM level
- To begin the process of developing locality commitments that evidence how we will make the Prevention Concordat ‘real’ across the 10 localities
Get ready for National HIV Awareness Week 16 - 22 November 2019!
What is a Young People in the Lead team?
At The National Lottery Community Fund, we have big plans for 2020 as we work to make sure that young people’s voices are included in all our work, whether it’s through the grants we make, the people we influence or the things we learn.
Greater Manchester is a place where everyone should feel safe to be themselves. No one should face violence, abuse or hatred just because of who they are, who they love, where they’re from, what they look like or what they believe. Hate incidents and hate crime will not be tolerated in Greater Manchester.
There is a lot of great work taking place to tackle hate crime in each area of Greater Manchester but we think we can be more effective if we work together. So, we are creating the Greater Manchester Hate Crime Plan to help prevent and tackle hate crime.
Tameside Population Health is collecting information on the support available in Tameside to improve your health and wellbeing. It wants to get information, views and opinions from people living and working in the area, including individuals and organisations who work to support communities in Tameside.
Homelessness charity, Emmaus Mossley, is inviting supporters to a Vintage Christmas Market charity sale at their Secondhand Superstore this November.
The Vintage Christmas Market, taking place on Saturday 16 November, will launch Emmaus’ Christmas display and include a range of festive stalls for all tastes and budgets. There will be a wide selection of vintage and retro decorations, secret Santa gifts, presents for under a fiver and lots of reusable Christmas trees.
Gary Barton, one of the community members at Emmaus Mossley, said:
You're invited to the North Neighbourhood Learning Circles - An interactive, informative, community focused meetings, promoting change and improvement. North Neighbourhood covers covers Ashton Hurst, Ashton St Michael’s, Ashton Waterloo and St Peter’s
The Learning Circle will be your opportunity to work together with partners and professionals within the neighbourhood and contribute in developing our Neighbourhood Model. They focus on a shared outcome and look at how we can together, implement change using the knowledge and influence that organisations and professionals may have.
You're invited to the East Neighbourhood Learning Circles - An interactive, informative, community focused meetings, promoting change and improvement. East Neighbourhood covers Dukinfield, Mossley, Stalybridge North and Stalybridge South. The Learning Circle will be your opportunity to work together with partners and professionals within the neighbourhood and contribute in developing our Neighbourhood Model. They focus on a shared outcome and look at how we can together, implement change using the knowledge and influence that organisations and professionals may have.
A project to plant flowers in Mossley’s town centres gained the most votes at the latest Mossley SOUP event, securing £1,346 on the night.
On Thursday 24 October, volunteers from Mossley SOUP hosted their ninth community crowdfunding dinner at Emmaus Mossley. The event, sponsored by Premier Automotive, was attended by more than 125 guests who donated £5 each in return for soup, entertainment, presentations from four local projects and a vote.
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