Volunteer Managers' Network Meeting
As we welcome volunteers back to our buildings and spaces, the reality is that some of you may have lost volunteers..or your existing volunteers may need a bit of extra support. Your role may have changed too and maybe you are wondering how to continue to deliver grassroot support...or tap into it.
Take this time to share your volunteer needs and connect with peers.
Employability Funding Information Session
Join us on Friday 1 October to find out how your organisation may be able to procure and collaborate for funding for local employability funds. The timing of this event is crucial following the changes to funding and delivery of employability services in Scotland. We will inform you of the new schemes available, and how you may be able to collaborate and commission employment services.
Moray Climate Assembly - Circular Economy
Helen Lavery, Regional Engagement Partner from Zero Waste Scotland will join us for this special business and social enterprise focused Moray Climate Assembly (everyone else also welcome) hosted in partnership by Moray Chamber of Commerce and tsiMORAY. Helen will discuss different models that businesses can use to help the transition to zero carbon, as well as sharing important information about the support available to businesses, social enterprises and other organisations to make this possible.
tsiMORAY's Health and Wellbeing Forum
The Health and Wellbeing Third Sector Forum brings together charities, voluntary organisations, social enterprises and community groups to provide a coordinated response to developments in Moray.
tsiMORAY's Children & Young People Forum
The Children and Young People’s Third Sector Forum is an open forum that connects Moray's charities, voluntary organisations, community groups and social enterprises that provide services to children, young people and families. Providing the opportunity to network, collaborate and learn.
Fairer Moray Forum Action Group
The Fairer Moray Forum Action Group's purpose is to come together, bring in all of the experience of everyone involved, to co-design and implement direct actions to reduce poverty in Moray. This group is open to anyone in Moray working to reduce poverty.
JOIN THE DOTS
Join the Dots 2021: Shifting Perspectives
This year our annual conference was held online through the events platform, Hopin. Over 110 people watched the live presentation from Cormac Russell who discussed the importance of community, and how we can address issues as a community. Debi Weir from Re-volution For Good, and Heidi Tweedie from Moray Wellbeing Hub, also joined us on stage as Russell’s Keynote Listeners, providing their own perspectives.
The platform allowed participants to explore and interact with the virtual marketplace – a marketplace comprised of organisations and groups across Moray, advertising their unique services. There was also one on one networking where participants could establish new connections.
Our afternoon session focused on our activities, and allowed the remaining participants to ask questions, and feedback to tsiMORAY staff.