Paid roles available in Southwark Council’s Black Culture Conversation Project
Southwark Council is offering a number of paid roles to help shape their work with residents, creative practitioners and community organisations to co-create a sustainable vision for Black Culture in Southwark.
RJ4All Personal Assistant Vacancy!
This is a diverse role, working closely with the RJ4All Founder and Director in the day-to-day running of his work and the organisation.
SEND Children and Young People’s Creative Arts Activities – Flip the Script
Flip the Script is an exciting new creative arts club for young people with SEND in Southwark
Community TechAid are looking for a Volunteer Coordinator!
We are moving into new premises in Brixton in the Autumn, and thanks to increased space we will be looking to expand our volunteer team.
September’s Southwark Volunteer Story – Team Day with Better Bankside
Community Southwark is beginning a new chapter to help its corporate partners make the biggest impact for their staff and the charities and community groups across the borough.
Violence Against Women – Support for Essential Items
LOVO CIC have recently been funded by the London Community Foundation to provide cost of living support to women 18 years and over who are victims or survivors of domestic abuse and violence living in Southwark, Lewisham and Lambeth.
Digital Foundations Training – Superhighways
Get free training on the best use of basic ‘digital’ infrastructure - simple tools that can help you run your organisation and support the people and communities you care about.
Training on How to Support Young Carers in Southwark – Free Monthly Sessions
If you work with children and their families in Southwark, please join one of these free monthly online training sessions to find out more about Young Carers, and what you can do to support them
Commu TV’s Red Carpet with Furaha Choir
Commu TV were happy to cover the Holistic Well Women presenting the Furaha Choir. Gospel group Furaha Choir is based in Lewisham. Through spiritual gospel singing, the organization has helped heal community servants. Over the years, Holistic well-women and women of substance have emerged as a result of this phenomenon
Positive Futures for Young People Fund Grant 24-26
The PFYPF is part of Southwark Council's Youth New Deal, which was created following a Strategic Review of Youth Services in 2020. The review set out a firm commitment to ensuring that youth activity programmes are informed and shaped by what young people want. Through this Fund we aim to provide an inclusive and responsive youth service. Addressing inequalities by supporting, informing, upskilling and encouraging young people.