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Young people sought for Hands, Face and Space Focus Group

Are you between 16 – 25 years old?  Sandwell and West Birmingham CCG would like to hear from you. The Clinical Commissioning Group would like to invite you to participate in an informal group chat, which will last for about an hour and a half. They would love to hear your thoughts on:

• The various national campaigns about Coronavirus. For example, the most recent one on hands, face and space
• Hand sanitising/washing hands
• Face coverings/masks
• Social distancing
• Government Guidelines.

The information and insight gathered from talking to the Focus Group will help the CCG frame messages aimed at young people in the future.

You will have the opportunity for:
• A one to one talk with a team member virtually
• A group chat with a member and other young people virtually
• A group chat with a team member and your friends virtually.

To book a place
If you would like to take part, please email or telephone 0121 612 1447, so that you can be sent the joining details.

If you live, work or study in Sandwell, please book onto Monday 12th October 2020: 2 pm – 3.30 pm.

If you live, work or study in West Birmingham, please book onto Monday 12th October 2020: 10 am – 11.30 am.

The CCG need your help to get the message through to other young people about this virus and see how we can work together to beat it.

West Midlands Combined Authority – Mayor’s Giving Day – Voluntary Sector Organisations

On September 22nd 2020, the Mayor’s Giving Day is back for a second year, but this time we’re going virtual!

The day is a simple and impactful initiative that calls for businesses across the West Midlands to come to together to support local charities, community groups and good causes.

As a charity you will have access to a range of Virtual Workshops with key topics ranging from Marketing and Comms to Measuring Impact. There will be Charity Forums, where you will have an opportunity to talk to a panel of businessmen and women from the West Midlands region on any concerns and challenges you may have.

The ‘Giving Day’ strides to build a sense of pride and purpose in the region by showcasing existing work and encouraging us all to do a little extra. Born from the Lord Mayor’s City Day in London it enables companies and employees to celebrate and showcase their philanthropic and volunteering achievements and encourage others to get involved.

A link to the event is here: