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13 Jul 2020
Ambition for Ageing eBulletin July 2020

Featuring updates, news and resources from the Ambition for Ageing team and partners, and other ageing related news. 

08 Jul 2020
New learning report from Manchester Culture Champions

Manchester Culture Champions, a programme led by the Royal Exchange Theatre, have published their summary and learning report. 


08 Jul 2020
Thousands of Greater Manchester older people to receive support through Creative Care Kits

A unique new initiative will see creative kits full of things to do delivered to 16,000 older people across Greater Manchester thanks to funding from Arts Council England, National Heritage Lottery Fund, National Lott

07 Jul 2020
Alchemy Arts publish impact report

As a part of our Community Media programme, Alchemy Arts have helped elderly members of the Pakistani Community with the basics of using a smartphone through their TEK Eagles programme. 

07 Jul 2020
Grants to support mental wellbeing

GMCVO, working in partnership with 10GM, have launched the second stage of a grants programme to support adults from communities of identity or experience, based i

02 Jul 2020
A spatial approach to working with marginalised communities

Involving marginalised older people in group activities is key to achieving equality.


22 Jun 2020
Equalities and Ageing Digest #2: Housing, Inequality and Ageing

The second edition of our Equalities and Ageing Digest focuses on Housing, Inequality and Ageing.

16 Jun 2020
Call for Evidence: Finance and Older People 

The Ambition for Ageing team at GMCVO are working with the GM Ageing Hub to identify what the issues are for older people around

16 Jun 2020
The voluntary and community sector and COVID-19: Going to war without ammunition?

COVID-19 has forced us all to rethink how to maintain social connections in the neighbourhoods where we live and work.

12 Jun 2020
New report: Supporting carers back into work

A new report looks at the needs of those with caring responsibilities trying to seek employment and how they can be supported back into work using insights from our Working Potential project.