Join Merton Advice for their free training courses on Universal Credit. There are two courses available: “Universal Credit and Sanctions” and “Universal Credit & Financial Capability”.
The Power to Change Initial Grants Programme (IGP) is designed to help existing community businesses in England that are in a position to significantly improve their long-term sustainability within six months of receiving a grant.
The English Indices of Deprivation 2015 have just been published. This provides information that you can use to understand and demonstrate local need. It can help you in funding bids and also can help you when supporting local groups.
Anna Turley will be the new shadow charities minister, despite a previous announcement that the role had been filled by Ian Lavery.
What do you like about Morden? What would you like to see changed? Fill out a survey to have your say. Your response will help build and shape the future of Morden town centre.
Join Superhighways for their second annual event to celebrate the power of digital to transform the way charities and community organisations can collect and measure data and share their incredible stories of change.
Football coaching and workshops with Fulham Football Foundation and Catch 22 for 16 - 24 year olds. 12 week programme.
Obtain expert, practical advice including legal structures, finance and business planning.
An Employability course, supported by Moat Housing, designed for people who may be taking the first steps towards employment, career planning or setting up their own business.
by Anonymous
The Healthwatch Merton Outreach Team and Event Volunteers took to the streets of Mitcham in September to seek your views and concerns about the local area. Our volunteer Naomi Phillip blogs about our work and the results.
by Ray
More and more businesses are going the extra mile and getting involved in their community…and the stats prove it!
by Sophie
The government is making it easier for charities to make the most of tax reliefs, so that more money can go to good causes.
by Jade Fairfax
It’s been a busy and exciting four months since starting with Healthwatch Merton and over the summer I’ve been getting out and about in the local community.
Deadline: Monday, 5 October 2015
Age UK Merton provides a range of services to help people stay secure, happy and healthy at home. This includes our Helping Hands welfare service, which supports people with cleaning and domestic tasks, food preparation, accompaniment on trips and outings, help with correspondence and offering companionship.
Deadline: Monday, 5 October 2015
The Wimbledon Guild counselling service is looking for an enthusiastic office manager to support our new Head of Talking Therapies.
Deadline: Thursday, 8 October 2015
Age UK Merton is seeking an enthusiastic occupational therapist or physiotherapist for our successful health programmes project. You will provide a one-to-one specialist support service for stroke survivors supporting them to maximise their rehabilitation and will raise awareness of the challenges faced by people with continence issues and their carers.
Deadline: Friday, 9 October 2015
MertonVision is looking for a friendly person as a receptionist/client services to be the first point of contact with callers and visitors.

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Mon, 05 October 2015 5:00pm