Shared Care Scotland are looking for Grants Application Panel members
- Section: The ALLIANCE
- Type: News Item
- Published: 2nd November 2023
Support Shared Care Scotland as they recruit new volunteers for their grants allocation panel.
Shared Care Scotland is a small organisation with a big ambition. Their vision is for a Scotland where every unpaid carer can live a full and balanced life, with the assistance they need to take regular, quality breaks from the demands of their caring routines. They aim to be the leading source of information on short breaks in Scotland.
Are you passionate about the short breaks needs of unpaid carers in Scotland? Do you have experience of funding, supporting or working in the third sector? Shared Care Scotland are recruiting new volunteers for the Short Breaks Fund Grants Allocation Panel (GAP).
Successful candidates will review applications to either the Creative Breaks or Better Break sprogrammes. The panel then comes together to award funding to projects aimed at increasing the range and availability of short breaks for unpaid carers, across Scotland.
The ideal candidate will demonstrate dedication, fairness and impartiality in their approach to the role. They will bring excellent analytical and communication skills to the panel and should have a detailed knowledge of the third sector in Scotland.
Have a look on Goodmoves for more information about how to apply. Applications close on 6th November 2023.
For more information, contact the Short Breaks Fund Manager, Ailbhe Hendry email@example.com
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