To support the continued development of a network of Volunteer Coordinators across Trafford the Collective is seeking to recruit a Volunteer Coordination Project Delivery Officer.
There is a new fund that voluntary groups and organisations can apply to for grants to help improve people’s health through art. Locally, the fund is administered by Trafford Community Collective.
The Collective have secured funding via Trafford Council and Transport for Greater Manchester to deliver and support five schools, to set up and sustain School Streets. In order to ensure that School Streets are successful and sustainable, we are recruiting a School Streets Officer to work with schools, residents and local communities on this programme.
The Collective is Recruiting for a Deputy Chief Officer - Could it Be You?
Your responses from this survey will be used to map out current interventions and gaps, identify the offer for families in Trafford, to aid future planning and enable families to access the right type of support at the right time. The survey closes on the 15 September 2023 .
This is a fantastic opportunity for the right candidate who wants to make a difference to the lives of women and girls.
If you want to work in a values driven team that makes a real difference to individuals and communities in Greater Manchester, read on.
Through this new Community Grant Fund GreaterSport in partnership with Trafford Community Collective is delighted to support the Old Trafford, Stretford and the Gorse Hill communities to reduce gendered violence; and to create and maintain safe spaces and a sense of belonging, to enable active and joyful lives.
This consultation aims to tackle climate change and make sure the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sector in Trafford has a key role in contributing towards net zero/climate change targets and collaborating to support environmental projects. This consultation is open until 26 May 2023.
This is an exciting opportunity for a person with experience of working at a community level to make a difference and to contribute towards improving outcomes for children. The closing date for applications is the 21 April 2023.
Right to the Streets has an exciting new part time Community Connector role (fixed term contract to September 2023), to help make the streets feel safer and more inclusive for women and girls, and enable active lives for all in North Trafford. The closing date is the 27 March 2023.
The Collective is recruiting a new Mental Health Strategic Lead who will amplify the voice of the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sector within the new community mental health system in Trafford, ‘Living Well’. The closing date for the application is the 3 March 2023.
The Collective wants to hear your views on how we and all of Trafford's VCFSE sector can best move forward together. Please complete our short survey. This survey is now open until the 13 April 2023.
The Counselling and Family Centre (CFC) is looking to appoint a new trustee with IT experience. Helping them improve their IT capability will enable them to offer more efficient services, improving the emotional and mental health of the community. For more details and to find out how to apply please read on ...
The African and Caribbean Care Group (ACCG) are delighted to offer several exciting opportunities to join their organisation, a registered charity providing culturally appropriate health and social care services to Black Asian and Minority Ethnic people in Manchester.
Did you know that your organisation can now ask your local Community Hub for support with volunteering? Read on to find out more about what help you can receive, including how you can fill your volunteering vacancies.
'The key to success is it is about empowering, informally educating and supporting young people within their community' : Closing date 8 July 2022.
The Trafford Community Collective's new Recruitment Development Project needs a new Lead. Could it be you? For more details please read on ...
Being our trustee treasurer is a great opportunity to be involved in supporting the development of a sustainable Voluntary, Community, Faith, and Social Enterprise (VCFSE) sector, in Trafford. Find how to apply and more about this exciting opportunity by reading on ....
They are looking for dynamic person who could take this charity to the next stage. Could it be you?
Due to the huge success of their, 'wellness through working with greenspaces' programme the CFC has extend their allotments opening hours.
Get involved and volunteer with TCV's Mid Week Group every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday AND don't forget to contact TCV if you are looking for green space improvement services!
The ACCG have a range of activities happening this fortnight ...
Beyond Barriers CIC and Trafford Community Collective are part of the Greater Manchester Trauma Responsive communities framework, and have received a small amount of funding to create a trauma-sensitive network within the Collective and other local businesses & organisations.
Get Moving is a programme aimed at people over 40 who want to overcome the barriers that are stopping them moving more. The small group sessions combine practical advice and support with guided exercise, and there is also the chance to try out a range of activities including guided gym visits!
Rehoboth's project aims to increase the awareness of organ transplant/donation and blood transfusion amongst young people and their family within the African and Asian Community in Trafford and beyond. Would your group be interested in hearing their presentation?
As part of Trustees' Week the Trafford Community Collective are looking for new trustee to join our team and to take on the vital role treasurer for our charity. Read on for more information including how you can apply.
This event will focus on the development of a 5 Year Trafford VCFSE (Voluntary, Community, Faith & Social Enterprise) Strategy and will be hosted by partners such as the Trafford Community Collective. It will be on Wednesday 3rd November 2021 from 10.00 am to 12.00 noon.
RESET21 is a meeting point for all services supporting the wellbeing and mental health of young people and their families, in Trafford. The event will be taking place on Monday 29th November 2021, 12.00 noon -6.00 pm. For more details read on ...
Trafford Veterans are delighted to share that they were awarded the Pride of Manchester 's TSB Community Heroes Award, in May 2021! This award is part of the Pride of Britain awards and something great to come back to Trafford!
The Voice of BME Trafford update on their Inspiring Health and Wellbeing Course - hear more from past participants and register your interest for a new course here ...
This is the 37th year that Volunteers have been recognised at The Toy House ! The Toy House are fortunate to have a fantastic team who support the work of the charity and this week has been an opportunity to say a huge, 'Thank You'.
Age UK Trafford is an independent charity working in Trafford to offer support and services to older people; they offer services and activities throughout the borough. Age UK Trafford are pleased to update on some of the sessions, training, clubs, groups and other services they are currently offering.
ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) has always been a core part of the Centre's activity, with courses and groups running at several different levels. These all had to stop during lockdown, and though some went online, there’s no substitute for face-to-face language learning.
Trafford Community Collective was successfully registered as a charity this month (March 2021) as part of its development work to become a new body to represent the voluntary and community sector in Trafford.