Summer round of Chalkhill Community Trust funding now open – closes 20 May!

The latest round of funding from Chalkhill Community Trust Fund has now opened and the application window will close on 20th May.

Chalkhill Community Trust Fund

The Chalkhill Community Trust Fund (CCTF) is an active independent grant making charity which aims to improve the well-being and quality of life of residents of Chalkhill Estate and surrounding areas in Brent. It has a fund of around £1.4m and is governed by a Trustee Board which meets quarterly.

For full details of activities the fund aims to support and future application deadlines please see the Chalkhill Community Trust Fund page.

ARHAG – Rise into Employment launch 16 January

It’s Time to Change – Employability Launch

Saturday 16 January 2016, 11am to 2pm
Stratford Library, The Grove, Stratford E15 1EL

ARHAG Launch Day FlierView the ARHAG – Rise Into Employment Launch Day Flier as a PDF (355KB)

Are you looking to make a change in your career? Whether you are in a job or looking to find employment Arhag have a tried and tested employment programme to help you find a new job or progress in your career.

Attend this day to:

  • Learn more about the programme and sign up
  • Sign up to volunteering and training opportunities
  • Find out about live vacancies in construction, service sector and housing
  • Meet Thames Tideway and find out about vacancies
  • Join Arhag’s various programmes
  • Talk to the experts

Refreshments and light snacks provided with any out of pocket expenses reimbursed (childcare, travel).


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Have you received employment support from us? We would like to hear from you!
Your views are important to us, and you can help shape our service.
Please take the time to let us know what we could do better, how we could improve, what we did well, what you would like more of…
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For Further Information contact: Aledina – 0207 6888020

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