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Welcome to our latest Health and Social Care e-bulletin which contains all the latest news relating to Health and Social Care Devolution agenda, together with information about related events, reports and surveys which we hope will be of interest.

Among the items in this Edition are:-

NEWS

Evaluation of GMCVO’s VCSE Health and Social Care Engagement project.

Vacancy: Strategic Review Project Manager (consultancy)

Greater Manchester’s Covid vaccination centre now open

Coronavirus vaccine – Macmillan Information

Coronavirus (Covid-19) guidance for the charity sector

Guidance on volunteering during national lockdown in England

How has the voluntary sector responded to Covid-19? – Kings Fund blog article

News for TfGM-issued pension-age concessionary pass users

Free activities to help Greater Manchester’s older residents through the winter

Support to help VCSE organisations come back stronger

Supporting people to take part in Census 2021

Ambition for Ageing extended until March 2022

A Call to Care: Highlighting the need for inclusive employment practices for carers

EVENTS
GMCVO VCSE Assembly: Integrated Care Systems,
4th February 2021, 2.30 – 4.30pm via Zoom 

GMCVO VCSE Assembly: Procurement Green Paper Consultation,
8th February 2021, 2.00 – 3.30pm via Zoom

GMCVO VCSE Assembly: Children and Families,
11th February, 2021 10:00am- 12:30 PM via Zoom

3rd International Social Prescribing Network Conference
4th-5th March 2021

OPPORTUNITIES 
Survey: Achieving a fairer Greater Manchester

Survey: Manchester City Council Survey to identify numbers of learners without access to the internet

Engagement Opportunity: Present at the Kings Fund ‘Community is the best medicine’ virtual conference

Survey: Support Groups & Activities Run for LGBT Over 50s in Greater Manchester

Funding:10GM Funding Bulletin – January 2021 

Funding: NFU Mutual Community Giving Fund

Funding: Emergency Investment fund – application period extended to February 2021

To read the full details of any of the above articles go to
www.gmcvo.org.uk