If you are a group or organisation thinking of becoming a charity, the Charity Commission have updated their guidance information about whether being a charity would be the best option https://www.gov.uk/guidance/check-if-a-new-charity-is-the-best-option?step-by-step
Action on Hearing Loss provide a range of information on hearing loss, deafness and tinnitus. We would like to reach out to people and give talks, participate in meetings and networking to promote our work. We do provide information materials and sign posting services. We can help you on how to make your services more … Continue reading Help available to make your group more accessible for people with hearing loss, deafness or tinnitus
Advisers Guide to Benefits provides a concise overview of the benefits system and is aimed at people who give information and advice as part of their work. We have a lot of positive feedback about the guide and it's used by advisers and other front-line workers in a wide range of organisations. Please find attached our … Continue reading Advisers Guide to Benefits 2018 – 2019
As you may know, Oxfordshire County Council has made changes to daytime support for people aged 18 and over in Oxfordshire. One of these changes is the introduction of a new grant fund, starting in 2018: The Innovation Fund, £100,000 per year, will provide one-off grant funding to support the establishment of self-sustaining projects, delivering … Continue reading Innovation Fund workshop – Would you like to be involved?
Please see the attached to find out more about your community in Banbury. 04086 Know your Community2
Please follow this link https://tinyurl.com/ydbhzndo to register for our free Energy Best Deal training session. We will be delivering two identical sessions at our Oxford Citizens Advice office. When: Tuesday 27 February 2018 or 6 March 2018 (Note: Please choose one session only) Time: 3pm and will last approximately one hour. Venue: Citizen Advice Oxford St … Continue reading Citizens Advice – Free Energy training in Feb/March – Get the best deal for your energy supply
The Red Cross have a Community Reserve Volunteer initiative and have produced a communications toolkit to help with spontaneous volunteers. WHY DO WE NEED COMMUNITY RESERVE VOLUNTEERS? When a major crisis hits, members of the public are often quick to offer their support. By recruiting community reserve volunteers, the British Red Cross can harness the … Continue reading Red Cross’ Community Reserve Volunteer initiative
The Illegal Money Lending Team (IMLT) are launching a new social media campaign as part of Stop Loan Sharks Week 2017. The campaign will run from Monday 4 to Friday 8 December and will consist of tweets, advice articles and media links being shared from our Stop Loan Sharks Facebook page (www.facebook.com/stoploansharksproject) and Twitter … Continue reading Stop Loan Sharks and have Merry Christmas!
Better Housing Better Health (BHBH) helps residents reduce energy bills and keep warm and well at home. Please find attached details about a Better Housing Better Health initiative to support people to keep warm and well at home and help with energy bills. People can refer clients (with their permission) or anyone can self-refer. BHBH Leaflet Final PDF (3)