Community Response blog Crowdfunding workshop, December 2022 Crowdfunding workshops, Feb & Mar 2022 Befriending services Want to be part of the climate conversation? Helping community buildings to recover Growing Great Places – summer workshops 2021 A time to say thank you: Kirklees Volunteers Week 2021 How many people can attend group activities? Community Buildings Recovery Grants for local organisations ‘Thank You’ Fund for groups run by volunteers Community Buildings webinar, 20th April 2021 Have you recently got involved in making a difference in your community? People Helping People – 17th March 2021 Community Champions – help to tackle misinformation Growing Great Places crowdfunding – spring drop-ins Recipes From Home cook book supporting the community How can more people come together to make local places better? People Helping People – 27th January 2021 Support grants for community venues who have closed due to Covid-19 Green Doctor – Fuel Poverty Awareness Course Support fund for local groups – Christmas and New Year Supporting Communities fund The Great Winter Get Together – helping each other tackle loneliness Coronavirus Emergency Fund for Kirklees – reopen Tier 3 guidance about community buildings, support groups and leafleting 24 hour mental health helpline and free training Community Voices – can your group be a voice in your community? Mental Health Awareness – training from S2R Support for individuals facing financial hardship Being a carer in lockdown – what you can and can’t do Wellness Service – helping people live healthier, happier lives Auntie Pam’s – support is still available for mums-to-be Befriending Partnership – Can you help? People Helping People – 12th November 2020 Your Health and Wellbeing – find support for you or someone you know Free online learning opportunities If you’re part of mutual aid, you’re part of local democracy Adult Safeguarding: training to help you keep people safe People Helping People event – 13th October 2020 The Covid Quilt Project – a stitch in time The ‘rule of 6’ and community buildings Art-based Wellbeing sessions online Cooking up ideas in the Colne Valley – recipe book Community Buildings webinar, 8th September 2020 Free support for local groups from TSL Kirklees Pride in Linthwaite – a shared journey Works Better – get help to find work Grief and Loss Support Service Community Response Hubs – take part in our evaluation Getting help when your circumstances change St. Andrew’s Church Liversedge – our food box network The Welcome Centre – help with food and more We haven’t beaten the virus… yet Art Workshops for mutual aid co-ordinators and volunteers Neighbourhood Watch – a way to keep helping your community stay safe West Yorkshire Police Community Alert Yes You Can 2020 Community Buildings webinar and guidance Share an object that can tell a story about Covid-19 Shelley’s mutual aid story – looking out for each other Golcar’s mutual aid story – talent, skill and goodwill Chickenley Community Centre’s community response Growing Great Places – free workshops in July 2020 Withdrawn Kirklees Library books FREE to a good home Domestic Abuse briefing People Helping People – what next for your mutual aid or voluntary group? “I need help to stop” – a helpline for perpetrators of domestic abuse Kirklees Windrush Day 2020: e-resource pack Be part of the Great Get Together 2020 Loneliness Awareness Week (15th to 19th June) Pass It On shops Make It Click – improve your online digital skills Welcome Mentors Service – support for migrants Get healthy & budget better with Fusion Learning online Modern Slavery and Covid-19 Growing Great Places – community crowdfunding Creative Minds – great projects to engage with during lockdown and beyond Online self-confidence courses with Crosland Moor Community Learning Centre Online Volunteer Safety training through Paddock Community Trust Supporting local people with connecting digitally Supporting people who have visual impairments Reading collections to support wellbeing How the Befriending Partnership are connecting people during lockdown and beyond People Helping People – online event, 21st May 2020 Kirklees Food Network How Platform 1 are supporting people – and how you can help Food safety support and training Spring cheer from Clem’s Garden & Mutual Aid Groups SHARE Checklist – be careful what you share Introduction to Zoom – 45 minute training Covid-19 bereavement support The Stocksmoor story – a real feel of togetherness Wellbeing resources from S2R Supermarket shopping for Covid-19 volunteers Freephone Covid-19 Community Response helpline Community Skill Centre – by phone and online Do Something Now – Covid-19 Response fund Pictures of you – share your photos Open Ears for volunteers – telephone support Upcoming mutual aid support (video sessions) Online mapping tool to support local groups ID cards for Covid-19 volunteers in Kirklees Safeguarding awareness for Covid-19 volunteers Kirklees Citizens Advice & Law Centre Doorstep scammers video The NET Coronavirus Emergency Fund for Kirklees Ward project budgets – your councillors can help Covid Mutual Aid How to request support or offer support
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