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    4in10 Coffee Mornings, Training and Events:

All 4in10 hosted coffee mornings, training and events are listed below followed by our members and friends events and training opportunities.

Zoom ‘coffee mornings’ for members and friends.  These will provide a space to listen, learn, network, and voice concerns regarding issues linked to child poverty in London. Held online every six weeks, these 1-hour sessions offer an opportunity to listen and discuss a variety of areas that matter to you. 4in10 Open Coffee Mornings are open to anyone in London with a concern for the state of child poverty in our capital. Training is usually hosted by experts on a topic and will be more formal in nature although still fun and interactive.

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Members and Friends Workshops, Resources, Events and Training

10th May

9.30 - 10.30am

New Philanthropy Capital

Free online event on what the UK Shared Prosperity Fund (Levelling Up money)  means for the voluntary sector and how they can get involved.

13th May

10-11am

Gingerbread Round Table

An online round table on employment, child-care, wellbeing, and the links between identity and how single parents experienced the crisis. This will be based on a series of surveys held in November 2020 and then in February 2022. For more information and how to join, contact Bethany

18th May

12 - 1pm

Quaker Social Action

Planning ahead for an affordable funeral, free webinar

18th May

10 - 12am

Just Fair Interactive Workshop

Free interactive online workshop for organisations and activists to explore social justice as a human rights issue and how a human rights – specifically economic, social and cultural rights – based approach can be a powerful tool in your campaigning.

Dates throughout May

Bike Works E-Scooter Training

Free E-Scooter training across London. They offer women only sessions as well as general training and there are dates throughout May..

Online guides.

Anna Freud Centre Resources

A set of 10 free resources for schools and others to support staff to understand the mental health impact of racism on children and young people, and to feel more confident in addressing related concerns.

Online guide.

Community Southwark Practical Guide to Influencing

A useful guide to Influencing the local authority; a guide to campaigning and influencing councillors, council officers and MPs. 4in10 will be offering practical training on influencing in the lead up to London Challenge Poverty Week. Watch this space for more news

Ongoing Offer

Well One Play Offer (Local to Tower Hamlets)

Well One, a wellbeing partnership

Health and wellbeing remains a key focus for many organisations in Tower Hamlets. To coordinate this focus at local level; like-minded organisations in Poplar, Bow, Limehouse and Mile End, both strategic and delivery partners, have come together to create the Well One Partnership. The Partnership works as a network to facilitate resident access to health and wellbeing related activity. It aims to have a joint-up approach in project delivery to residents focusing on increasing physical activity, access to good food, and community connectivity.  Well One endeavours to connect partners with each other, and encourages a collaborative approach that builds upon all of our experience within the partnership and shared resources. With an aim to improve exposure to partner activity, through campaigns and the dedicated Well One website, that operates as a directory and menu of local activity within the community. For more information please visit www.wellone.co.uk

The Play Campaign

The Play Campaign hopes to inspire Play amongst parents and children. At Well One, we want to bring all local play opportunities closer to you, making them more accessible and easier to find. To get things going Well One have arranged a series of FREE fun and interactive workshops, delivered locally at your community centre, and online, with some great digital and printed resources to compliment them.

Well One understands play and have produced the; Playful Parents for grown-ups, produced by resources and workshops hope to provide some inspiration for play ideas through encouragement, team work and a little friendly competition. They are open to all parents and children! Play packs are available for collection on request. The electronic versions of both resources are available online at Wellone.co.uk

The workshops invite parents and children along to interactive sessions led by a Play Expert. They are free and delivered at a local community space near you and online.

If you would like to see a workshop delivered near you or want to know more about how to get involved, please contact us at info@wellone.co.uk

No Deadline

Clear Lessons Free Learning Videos.

An initiative from the Charity Learning Consortium offering  a huge range of video learning from Workforce Inclusion and Diversity to Writing a Good Fundraising Proposal. You need to sign up to access the resources but everything is entirely free.

No Deadline

Catalyst Free Tech Training and Ideas for Charities.

Website sharing a vast number of free ‘recipes’ and training opportunities all designed for voluntary organisations to use technology more effectively.

No Deadline

UK Youth

#Young and Black Campaign have free resources available to download designed to support youth organisations with creating safe spaces for young people to discuss racial inequality.

No Deadline

Digital Candle

Digital Candle is a free service matching voluntary organisations up with a volunteer expert for an hour of free digital advice. Submit your question and within 48 hours you will receive an email matching you with an appropriate expert. No question is too broad or too niche; whatever you need to know, they will find someone who can help.

No Deadline

Artburst

Offering some fabulous free art activity resources for families and organisations to access.

Ongoing Training

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NCVO

NCVO have published their latest training bulletin. Most immediate training is sold out but there are booking opportunities for later in the year. There is no charge for smaller organisations and a sliding scale for organisations with an income of £50,000 or more.