In agreeing its budget for 2019/20, the City of Edinburgh Council made “£200k available as transitional funding for organisations facing the greatest impacts following the loss of EIJB grant funding’. The administration presented a report to Corporate Policy and Strategy Committee on 14 May 2019 which addressed mechanisms to identify how this funding can be best prioritised. […]
Outcome mapping, consultations, action learning, training and funding … You can read about it all in our monthly newsletter here. Please pass any additions to the March edition to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 22nd March.
Some of you will know that I regularly attend these meetings. Following are documents from the meeting this month: Minutes 7.2.19 GP Link Workers (list of practices) IJB Papers (Transformation and change 5.4) Three Conversations Good Governance review Successful EIJB grant applicants (Item 5.2, page 7) Stephanie-Anne Harris Strategic Development Manager
Over the last five years, the LOOPs partners and teams have been working closely with City of Edinburgh Council and, more recently, Edinburgh Health and Social Care Partnership to deliver the Local Opportunities for Older People initiative across the city. It is with sadness that we are now in the position to inform you that […]
Upcoming events, meetings, member recruitment and consultations… Yes, its that time of the month. You can read our monthly newsletter here! Please pass any additions to the February edition to email@example.com by the 22nd February.
Ella Simpson of EVOC announced last week that they would be providing support to organisations impacted by the Health and Social Care grants proposals. (See https://www.evoc.org.uk/updates/ella-simpson-evoc-statement-on-eibj-grant-programme-results/ )