On the 6th June 2019 we are holding two open events as we would like your help to shape our five year plan. We will be providing refreshments and can cover travel expenses.
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We have some Exciting News! We have recently launched a local Prince’s Trust Facebook Page called Prince’s Trust Nottinghamshire.
This is an amazing opportunity for young people aged 16-30, who are not currently in full time education or employment.
Nottinghamshire County Council’s adoption services have joined forces with Nottingham City, Derby City and Derbyshire County Councils’ adoption teams to form a Regional Adoption Agency, part of Adoption East Midlands. Visit www.adoptioneastmidlands to find out more.
Autism East Midlands are proud to be a partner in a new government initiative along side Nottingham City Council, East Midlands Chamber and Nottingham, Trent and Derby universities, to help people on the Autistic spectrum and women get into work. We would like to offer you the chance to share this information with anyone you think fits the criteria below.
This evaluation of the Be Cancer SAFE programme covers the six localities in South Yorkshire, Bassetlaw and North Derbyshire.
General info on Small Charity week:
This year Small Charity Week marks its 10th anniversary, and offers small charities a range of opportunities to shout about their work, get support and advice, and develop skills and knowledge. Taking place over six themed days, there are a multitude of ways to get involved:
Grants of £150,000 – £450,000 over three to five years are available for new or existing work in the UK, Ghana, Uganda or Rwanda that combines sports based approaches with quality mental health support to reduce distress and/or improve mental wellbeing.