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The Koestler Trust is hiring

The Koestler Trust is hiring



The Koestler Trust encourages people in the criminal justice system to take part in music, writing, design, performance and the visual arts; and showcases this unique work to the public through exhibitions, displays, events and publications. The charity is seeking a Digital and Communications Officer [Full-time, £24,500, London, closing date 2 May] and two Arts […]

Synergy Theatre Project is recruiting: Learning and Engagement Manager

Synergy Theatre Project is recruiting: Learning and Engagement Manager



Synergy Theatre Project is looking for a dynamic and highly motivated Learning and Engagement Manager [£33,000, full-time, London] to manage its Young People’s Programme, which involves touring productions into schools and theatres and delivering bespoke projects with young people at risk of offending. Candidates will have excellent project management and fundraising skills, ideally with five […]

Core funding for small charities

Core funding for small charities



The Masonic Charitable Foundation has expanded its small grants policy to include running costs and other core funding expenses of small charities. The new offer awards unrestricted grants of up to £5,000 a year (over one to three years) to charities with an annual income of £500,000 or less. The foundation’s current target areas are: Creating the […]

How are you finding the new education procurement system?

How are you finding the new education procurement system?



The National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance, Clinks and the Prisoner Learning Alliance (PLA) would like to hear about your experiences of using the new online procurement system for education services, also known as the Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS). We will use this to monitor how the DPS is working in practice, and feedback to Her […]

Submit an exhibition proposal

Submit an exhibition proposal



The Prisons Mission of the Churches Together in Westminster (CTiW) last year organised a touring exhibition of artworks by prisoners in St James’s Piccadilly, the Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church and St Martin-in-the-Fields; all churches with active congregations and high visitor footfall. The exhibition of paintings and sculpture – First Impressions: Portraits from Prison – was curated […]

Mentoring opportunity for arts and culture fundraisers

Mentoring opportunity for arts and culture fundraisers



With funding from Arts Council England, the Institute of Fundraising has embarked on a four-year programme of support for fundraising and development professionals working within the arts, culture and heritage sector; RAISE : Arts, Culture & Heritage. The RAISE programme includes mentoring opportunities for early-career fundraisers working in the arts, culture & heritage sector across England. The year-long mentoring scheme, led by […]

Pro-bono communications coaching and support

Pro-bono communications coaching and support



Transform Justice is offering pro-bono communications coaching and support to six organisations in the criminal justice voluntary sector. This is an opportunity for organisations to review and refine their approach to communicating their cause to a range of stakeholders to inspire support for the organisation’s objectives. Successful organisations will benefit from one-to-one support from a […]

Fundraiser vacancy

Fundraiser vacancy



National charity Good Vibrations is seeking an experienced Grants and Trusts Fundraiser [£28,000 – £31,000, part-time, flexible] to join the team. Good Vibrations uses communal music-making to support people with complex needs in challenging settings to develop transferable life and work skills. The charity is most well-known for its use of gamelan music in prisons. The […]