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Please save the date for the next Finance Network Meeting on 24th November from 11:00 – 12:30. The topic of this meeting will be “Making Difficult Decisions”.
As the Spending Review on 27th October approaches, find out how we can focus the Chancellor’s attention on providing sufficient funding for councils’ social care budgets.
Would your organisation be interested in applying for a third set of Walking Football Funding in Spring/Summer 2022? Please let us know via this survey.
There’s still time to apply for the second round of grant funding as part of the Dementia Maintenance Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (MCST) Programme.
This year’s Christmas Fundraising Campaign asks supporters to “Make Christmas a little brighter for a lonely older person”. Find out all the details below, including what you’ll see and where.
Press Release: Council Tax would have to rise by an average 10% next year to allow social care just to ‘stand still’
View the latest press release from Age UK, which urges Chancellor Rishi Sunak to support social care through central government spending, not council tax.
Take a look at the latest weekly roundup of news from across the Age UK Network.
Garfield Weston Foundation still has several bursaries available for smaller charities to join the Charity Finance Group! Find out how to apply before the 31st October deadline.
Book your place at the October Finance Network Meeting on Wednesday 20th October! Find out all about the meeting and the guest speakers here.
Book your place at the Age UK Health Influencing Team’s Winter Webinar on Tuesday 19th October from 3pm-4pm.
Check out the latest information available within the Local Government Association stats tool “LG Inform”, which is available to all staff in the Age UK Network.
A new government campaign is raising awareness of support available for survivors of abuse. Their website is a useful resource to direct service users to. Find out more below.
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