Falkirk and District Asssociation for Mental Health are looking for a Family Support Practitioner to work to improve the lives of family members or friends of those experiencing reduced mental wellbeing.
The education team at Callendar House have been working on creating reminiscence loan boxes that can be borrowed by community groups.
Scottish Consortium for Learning Disabilities (SCLD) is organising an event on behalf of Falkirk Council to advise how you can help Falkirk Council to plan services for older people with learning disabilities.
The Lords Taverners, the UK’s leading youth cricket and disability sports charity dedicated to giving disadvantaged and disabled young people a sporting chance, has announced that its funding programme for Sensory Rooms and Equipment has re-opened for applications.
Home-Start Denny are looking to recruit parents to become volunteer befrienders.
Following on from ASH Scotland’s pilot project of Children Carers and Second-hand Smoke, they have now secured funding to continue the training workshop throughout Scotland over the next year.
The Centre for Research on Families and Relationships and the Gender Based Violence Research Network is hosting a seminar on Thursday 16th April in Edinburgh, 9.30am – 1.30pm.
Alzheimer Scotland are once again hosting the annual Dementia Awareness Week Conference.
Santander has announced that this year’s Social Enterprise Development Awards are open for applications.
nfpSynergy have created a comprehensive guide for organisations new to fundraising or just starting out raising money.