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  • RedbridgeCVS is pleased to announce that funding has been made available for small and medium-sized charities, voluntary groups and social enterprise organisations working in the borough of Redbridge to tackle health inequalities. 
  • Guide Dogs are currently offering free sight loss awareness and sighted guiding training to community groups and local organisations to improve accessibility and support for the sight loss community. The organisation also offers a bespoke version of this training to friends and families supporting someone with sight loss.
  • BSA Coaching is offering Redbridge charities a Free Sports Session for children to learn new transferable skills or discover a new sport by being great leaders and team members.
  • Getting on Board’s Festival of Trusteeship is a week-long online series of events during Trustees' Week (7-11 November). Our members can get 50% off booking.
  • Preventing Gambling Harms in Diverse Communities (PGHDC) delivers free City & Guilds-assured workshops to equip faith and community leaders in London with the knowledge and skills to have purposeful conversations with young people and their families about this important (if often overlooked) public health issue. 
  • Redbridge Council wants to support and collaborate with community groups in order to provide warm spaces for local people affected by the cost of living crisis, over this autumn and winter. 
  • The London Borough of Redbridge has won a national bid to deliver Maths support and training for local residents.
  • Redbridge Council is developing a Sustainable Transport Strategy intended to improve the safety and accessibility of our streets and public spaces for everyone, especially through increased walking, cycling and use of public transport.
  • Our photocopying service will now only be available to RedbridgeCVS members.
  • The Mental Health Foundation aims to find and address the causes of mental health problems so that people and communities can thrive. In 2021, the Foundation launched OPEN, a diverse online community of people who are invited to share their views and experiences, supporting the foundation through a range of activities. 
  • Adanna Women's Support Group is back with a Black History Month half-term workshop. This workshop is designed for 13-to-18-year-olds and will cover how to podcast, produce music, DJ and more. There will be a range of guest visits and speakers to share their stories and journey in the entertainment industry. 
  • The Drop In Bereavement Centre is providing free peer support and bereavement counselling to men. 
  • The Mayor has been working with London Funders to bring together public and independent funders as well as the capital’s equity infrastructure organisations to develop a collaborative fund offering grants to civil society groups in London.
  • North East London Health & Care Partnership is asking people who live, work or visit Ilford or the nearby area to share their views on plans to create a new health and care centre in the heart of Ilford town centre. 
  • Charity Excellence is providing funding support during the cost of living crisis. The #SurviveAndThrive programme seeks to make searching for and accessing funding much easier. 

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