Young People & Older People
As we reach the final day of Aberdeenshire Third Sector Week 2020, we reflect on the outstanding contribution made by Third Sector Organisations.
This week’s offering is just the tip of the iceberg of what is on offer across Aberdeenshire and now, more than ever, the need for partnership working is necessary, particularly as we approach the Recovery Phase.
A paper has been prepared and is being launched today, on behalf of Aberdeenshire Third Sector Strategy Group outlining the steps to ensure Community Participation in the Recovery Phase.
In addition, today we hear from several organisations who support Younger and Older People around Aberdeenshire; connecting lonely and vulnerable people to their communities.
You can also view the final edition of our Grow Your Group presentations: Monitoring and Evaluation.
Thank you for joining us for this remarkable and inspirational week!
The Route Map for Community Participation in the Recovery Phase
Community participation has been essential in the collective response to the emergency caused by COVID19 and the ongoing crisis. There are still many questions that cannot be answered regarding the future, as globally we are still in the grip of the pandemic and communities are still actively responding and reacting to the immediate need. However, thought needs to be given to the way forward and how this experience will inform approaches which will make for a more robust and resilient society committed to fairness and positive change. Community Participation could help lead the way.
Paper – Plain Text and Colour
MODO – Home from Home
The creative industries had been amongst the hardest hit by the pandemic. Here is a reminder of the unique reach of such organisations to engage with young people.
Rhythm Nation Dance Companies
Inclusive Street Dance School based in Kincardine and Mearns going from strength to strength. “Teamwork makes the Dream Work!”
Enjoy the groups in dance action around Stonehaven in this short promotional video
Mearns and Coastal Healthy Living Network
Mearns and Coastal Healthy Living Network provide a range of activities and services to improve the health and wellbeing of older people across Kincardine and Mearns..
The Braemar Care Initiative is a community led project arising from the community action plan and delivers health and social care in the Braemar area.
COVID Response Story
The Lord Lieutenant of Banffshire introduces Banffshire’s Response to Covid19.
Here the Lord Lieutenant brings us Whitehills Community Hub
Grow Your Group – Monitoring and Evaluation
The last of Five short presentations developed to help Third Sector Organisations to prepare a strong case for support and make better funding applications.
As we reach the end of Aberdeenshire Third Sector Week 2020, we reflect on the great work happening within our communities and the vital partnership working which helps to build resilience and social capital.
Here’s to Third Sector Week 2021!
All of this week’s films and presentations will be available on:
Aberdeenshire Voluntary Action’s dedicated Third Sector Week page.
KDPTV YouTube Channel
and the TSSG Facebook Page
You can get involved using your own social media channels and website to share your organisation’s images and stories during ATSW, by using the following hashtags:
#ATSW #ATSW2020 #ThirdSectorWeek #ThirdSector #Aberdeenshire
How KDP helped one local group