£1,000 could make a big difference to the work we do and continue our vital work to help and support disabled children and adults, their families and carers.  That’s why we would be really grateful if you could nominate us in Ecclesiastical’s 12 days of giving. Your nomination could be the one that wins us £1,000.

Open to eligible charities in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands and Isle of Man, Ecclesiastical will be donating a total of £120,000 to 120 charities over 12 days in December and we’d love to be one of them. If we did win, it would help us at a critical time when the need for our support has increased dramatically due to the pandemic and our fundraising events have nearly all be cancelled.

It’s quick and easy, just click here to nominate us now. Nominations are open now, closing at midnight the day before each draw. Charities not drawn will be carried over to the next draw, and draws will take place each weekday from 7 December to 22 December 2020.
The more nominations we get, the greater our chance of winning, so please spread the word to your friends and family.

Thank you in advance for your time and support.

Bromley Mencap Bulletin

Bromley Mencap’s latest Bulletin is out now and can be viewed here. Read all about our services during lockdown, the latest news from across the teams and our socially distanced activities – and don’t forget to book your winter flu jab.

Vacancy at Bromley Mencap

Bromley Well Administrator
Salary: £9,732 (£22,809 FTE) + 3% Pension
Hours: 16 hours per week to be worked flexibly
Contract: Permanent
Location: Central Bromley office base

Role
To support the Bromley Well Team to deliver a range of services and workshops designed to increase independence, reduce isolation and improve the lives of the people the services support. For more information about the role and how to apply click here

Vacancy at Bromley Mencap

Young Carers Support Worker
Salary: £24,500 + 3% pension
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Contract: Permanent

The Young Carers Service
The service supports young carers aged 4-19 to manage their caring relationships while also enjoying their childhoods. The service provides specialist emotional support through a range of mediums, opportunities for young carers to develop their own peer support systems and a programme of leisure activities offering a break from caring responsibilities.

The Role
To work under the direction of the Young Carers Co-ordinator to deliver an holistic service of support to all young carers, including those isolated and hard to reach, by offering a programme of outreach through schools and local organisations.

For more information about the role and how to apply click here

Vacancy at Bromley Mencap

Information and Support Officer (Autism)
Job share considered for right candidates
Salary: £26,500 + 3% pension
Hours: 37.5 hours per week
Location: Flexible across the Borough with a central Bromley office base

Bromley Mencap are looking to recruit an energetic and enthusiastic Information and Support Officer to provide support and activities for individuals, aged 16+, with Autism who would benefit from early intervention and preventative support.  The Information and Support Officer will work with both the SEND and the Adult Early Intervention Service teams within the Council and across health care and identify individuals who would benefit from the service.
For more information about the role and how to apply click here