TRAINING & EVENTS

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29

Tue
July
European Social Fund Workshop

29

Thurs
July 2021
Poverty & Social Inclusion Challenge Fund Workshop

03

Tues
Aug 2021
tsiMORAY's Health & Wellbeing Forum

05

Thur
Aug 2021
Fairer Moray Forum Action Group

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JULY 2021

FUNDING

29

THU

10.00am

12.00pm

Poverty & Social Inclusion Challenge Fund Workshop

Are you interested in the opportunity to develop and deliver a project benefitting people on low income or out of work? Or lone parents? Would you like to learn more about the Poverty & Social Inclusion Challenge Fund, and/or the opportunity to work with others to bid for up to 80% funding for your project? Please register your interest to join us on zoom for a workshop exploring this funding opportunity

 
 
 
 

AUGUST 2021

FORUM

03

TUE

13.00pm

15.00pm

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.

FORUM

17

TUE

10.00am

12.00pm

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.

POVERTY

05

THU

14.00pm

16.00pm

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.  

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JOIN THE DOTS

2021

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.