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Oct

07

Wednesday

Care Home Friends and Neighbours: Intergenerational Linking Project

4.00pm

Forums

Public

This event will take place virtually via Zoom. Please note all attendees will need a Zoom account to access the webinar. A free account can be set up when registering for the event.

Join Care Home Friends and Neighbours: Intergenerational Linking Project for an exciting webinar exploring the possibilities of intergenerational linking between young people from schools and youth organisations and older people living in care homes across England.

Hear more about:
- Our free materials and resources
- How a tailor-made programme of work could help you make intergenerational linking a possibility
- Applying for a grant in England to create a new intergenerational linking project in your local area

Care Home Friends and Neighbours: Intergenerational Linking Project is a social action project from My Home Life England (hosted by City, University of London) and The Linking Network, promoting young people’s engagement with care homes.

This webinar is aimed at:
- Community organisations
- Local authorities
- Charities
- Education professionals
- Social care professionals

The project is funded through the #iwill FundThe National Lottery Community Fund and the Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport are each investing £25 million seed funding to create the #iwill Fund. The Dunhill Medical Trust is acting as a match funder and awarding grants in England on behalf of the #iwill Fund, subject to criteria.

For more information please see our website.

Further details can be found via the links below:
Project Information Sheet 
Frequently Asked Questions
Grant Application Timeline
Essential Eligibility Grant Criteria

Download the webinar flyer here.

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When and where

4.00pm - 5.30pmWednesday 7th October 2020

Contact Details

City Events Team

+44 (0)20 7040 8037

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