Charity Commission guidance for charities established with a religious purpose.
‘Managing faith charities as trustees’ is the Charity Commission’s core guidance for religious charities whose main focus is religious worship and related activities.
If you missed the ACAS webinar on Hybrid Working, you can now watch the recording of the webinar below:
For further advice and information on Hybrid working please visit:
We have the following upcoming training on hybrid working:
Hybrid Working: Acas Digital Conference
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Opportunity for Organisations to Engage STILL OPEN and Schedule of Activities – Holiday Activities Fund Programme Summer 2021;
There is still an opportunity for organisations to engage in the Holiday Activities Fund – find more details here Funding for holiday activities and programmes – NELC | NELC (nelincs.gov.uk) Please ignore the close date in the web link and contact Wendy Jackson if you are interested in supplying activities – see message below. Also attached the scheduled programme of summer activities.
Message from Wendy Jackson:
I am more than happy to help any organisations who still want to come on board, and also help families to book any activities if they are struggling to contact providers, so please do share my details with them if needed.
Also, please note that SEND and/or vulnerable children places are double funded if they need to have a carer or older sibling present.
Many thanks for all of your help and support.
Wendy Jackson, SEND/ Education Technical Officer, Education Team, North East Lincolnshire Council
Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN31 1HU
Hours: 21 per week
Contract Type: One year Fixed Term (Potential to be extended but the post must be self-financing after the first twelve months)
Salary: £21,840 per annum (pro-rata 0.6 FTE) [£13,104]
Closing date for applications: Thursday 12TH August 2021
(applications received after this date will not be considered)
Interviews: Will take place on Friday 20th August 2021
Disability Unit have published findings from research into the experiences of disabled people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From July to September 2020, the Cabinet Office Disability Unit commissioned the Policy Lab to conduct ethnographically-led research into the experiences of disabled people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The aim was to understand the impact of COVID-19 on the lives of disabled people, to identify problems that could be resolved through policy changes and to make the changes necessary that would lead to positive outcomes.
Please see the following document below. This document is around Digital transformation which is all about making lasting change happen within an organisation and being digital by design; it’s about the use of technology throughout your non-profit, and more.
Institute for the future of Work: Something is missing from our conversations about the future of work: stories from people who are experiencing transformation directly. From October 2020, the Institute for the Future of Work spoke to Grimsby residents in a diverse set of roles. ‘The Grimsby Project: We need to talk about work’ shares their voices and stories.