Step Change Studios and Metro Blind Sport launches Dance Dosti, a free digital platform of multi-lingual dance sessions for blind and partially sighted people. Funded by the Vision Foundation, Dance Dosti is supporting people from a South Asian background with sight loss to be active through dance. The first phase of the project is Dance Dosti digital – a website containing over 100 dance sessions in English, Bengali, Gujarati and Hindi.
Grants of up to £20,000 are available to help London communities experiencing racial inequality meet their immediate needs related to Covid-19. This funding round is for charities and social enterprises with an average annual income of at least £100,000 but less than £600,000. The deadline is 12 noon (BST), Monday 26 July 2021
One You is excited to announce that we will be taking part in the SouthWestFest Health Trail this year. The Festival will take place July 2nd - 23rd and will celebrate the talent, community and organisations in South Westminster. Those that attend three or more physical or online Health Trail events will win a Digital Goody Bag, with lots of great discounts, giveaways and offers from the Festival's Health Trail partners!
URBAN SCREEN and The Screen Community is running a FREE filmmaking workshop to give 14-25 year olds the great opportunity to learn professional film and television techniques, be taught by inspirational 'cool' talent and get access to future education and job opportunities. PLUS weekly Film Club on zoom - watch diverse and independent films with special appearances. Chat, network, meet famous people and learn.
Do you share our belief that every young person should have the opportunity to access art in schools that represent the rich diversity of society? The Runnymede Trust is recruiting a Project Lead and two Project Researchers for their new partnership with Freelands Foundation to deliver the first major research commission into access to the visual arts for Black, Asian and ethnically diverse students in the UK.
Carers Network are looking for someone who is empathetic and confident to engage and support conversations around matters relating to death, dying and bereavement with both carers and professionals. Closing date to apply is Monday 5th July 2021, 9am.
We are looking for Black British, Black Caribbean and Black African parents who have at least one child aged 16 to take part in a 45 minute online discussion group. In the group we will be asking parents' views about how information is linked together and used by Government and services.
Women & Girls Network is recruiting a Human Resources Administrator. This is an excellent opportunity for you if you have strong administrative skills and a keen interest in working within a human resources environment. The Human Resources Administrator will be a core role, providing the comprehensive, efficient, proactive administrative support necessary to underpin WGN’s human resources function.
The Several Seats Mentorship Scheme aims to promote and facilitate professional development for women aspiring to work in the field of mental health. The scheme offers personal and professional mentoring for 8 months and will be on an online cloud-based app platform. This scheme provides support to women to develop and strengthen their portfolio as well as get their foot through the door of a competitive and demanding industry.
Covid-19 Vaccine Community Clinics at the Stowe Centre: Community @ The Stowe, 258 Harrow Road, London W2 5ES. Sundays 12 noon - 3pm, Mondays 10am - 1pm from Sunday 6th June till the end of June. Walk in for your first dose if you are aged 30 or over or otherwise eligible for vaccination. Pfizer vaccines will be available. No need to be registered with a GP - this pop-up is for local people.