Please find below a download copy of Articulate's spring newsletter that brings you up to speed with all they are doing to support care experienced young Scots find and use their creative voice.
Opportunities for Social Enterprises and Charities
SDP’s procurement training is free of charge - please find below a few of the upcoming courses that will be delivered by webinar.
Join Studio Pop at their event on Saturday 17th March where they will have few stalls with local social entrepreneurs showcasing their work.
There are many good reasons for tourism and hospitality businesses to think about accessibility, not least of which is bottom line: research in 2015 put the value of the UK market at £1.3bn, up 55% in just four years.
Your Brand refers to how you are perceived by people who come into contact with you. Branding is the act of doing what you can to manage their experience and perception.
The Awards are context-independent and designed to support and recognise and accredit learning and achievement in a community setting.
Applications invited for Glasgow City Council’s Stalled Spaces Programme, 2018-19. Community groups or local organisations across Glasgow are encouraged to apply for innovative projects aimed at improving and activating stalled sites or underused open spaces in the city.
Training Programme Available throughout 2018 Designed to Change Lives and Develop Futures.
See Think Make can support you to deliver Arts Award with young people, aged up to 25 in all sorts of settings, involving a wide range of art forms.
In 2018 Glasgow will welcome over 120,000 conference delegates from around the world to the city.
Spruce Carpets is a Scottish social enterprise with charitable status, based in the Govan area of, Glasgow. Established in 2005, Spruce Carpets’s main charitable aims are:
We’re delighted to let you know about our special event – Sparking Ideas: Creating Solutions for Glasgow’s Social Challenges. This event will feature three inspiring speakers who have created ideas to address community problems and are having a remarkable impact.
SDP have lots of events running throughout February, a number of these only have a few spaces remaining so book your place as soon as possible!
GCVS is delighted to offer a range of free training workshops designed to support you and your organisation.
NB: If you are a non IGF funded project, there may be an opportunity for you to attend this training subject to availability. If this applies to your organisation, please email email@example.com or 0141 332 2444 to check availability.
Footprint Copy are delighted to announce that their new expanded shopfront premises on Maryhill Road are now open - why not pop in for a coffee and see their new digital production suite and customer design area. Alongside the make-over, Footprint Copy have just taken delivery of brand-new industry-leading production technology from Konica Minolta - improving the quality, and speed, of our digital print, all this as we celebrate 10 years in business as the print social enterprise for Glasgow.
Inhouse Event Solutions CIC aims to improve Scotland’s social and cultural environment through the delivery of progressive, effective training.
Designed with SMEs in mind the Digital Scotland course helps to tackle the digital skills crisis identified by the Government.
Radiant and Brighter have just launched The Bright Futures Women's Leadership and Enterprise program. This program is funded by Aspiring Communities Fund with Scottish Government and The European Social Fund.
MORE than £1million has been given out in some of Glasgow's most deprived areas through a lending scheme which aims to lift people out of poverty.