First 1000 days “黃金千日”項目

We Need You! The First 1000 Days project is designed to support everyone around the baby during this important time to ensure the infant’s healthy development and give them a positive start in life.

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Dumplings of Love: Connected, not Abandoned – Covid19

“The importance of providing love, care and human connection for Chinese communities facing racism” Dumplings of Love: Connected, not Abandoned During the Covid-19 lockdown, basic human contact was a lifeline for many elderly and vulnerable Chinese people that the Wai Yin Society supports. A few weeks ago marked the Dragon Boat Festival, celebrated annually, especially amongst the older members of the Chinese community.

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People Together

Build your confidence, learn new skills and take control!  Have you been hit by the effects of COVID19 and the lockdown?

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Wai Yin Online Courses

Hello everyone,   I just want to share the ETE Team’s new timetable for autumn 2020 with you, and also tell you about our Women Together courses which are the first classes to start in the new term.   All of our courses are online and free.

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Women Together

An online project to bring BAME Women together to build confidence, learn new skills and find out about the opportunities available to them.  Wai Yin’s Women Together Project was launched in January with our very successful Tea and Confidence sessions where inspirational female speakers visited the sessions talk with the participants about their area of achievement and share stories about their journey to get to that position.

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Learning in Lockdown

How the ETE Team has gone online so our community can keep learning!  As a result of the COVID19 pandemic and lockdown, our ETE Team quickly realized that they had to move the Wai Yin’s courses online so that our students could continue to learn during lockdown.

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Receptionist (Welcome Centre)

Hours: 12 hours per week / 3 hours per day                  (9:00am-12:00noon Mon to Thursday)   Pay Scale: £8.72 per hour   Location: Welcome Centre (Cheetham Hill)   Grade: Admin Worker   Report To:  Health and Social Care Team Leader   Wai Yin Society seeks a Receptionist to provide administrative work at our Welcome Centre in Cheetham Hill.

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North Manchester Network (Wai Yin Society)

We are pleased to announce the start of a new project on Monday 6th July 2020. Our Wai Yin Society work provides welfare advice sessions, and community/employment skills for young people within the Harpurhey and Cheetham Hill areas and local BAME/migrant communities.

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Zoom English for Seniors

ESOL for Seniors 長者英語班 日期 Date:星期一 Monday (七月左右開始 Starts from around July) 時間 Time:上午 10:00至上午 11:00 (10am – 11am) 地點 location: 網上 ZOOM – online Zoom 導師Teacher:  Patrick Steele “如果您不知道如何安裝 “Zoom”,我們將嘗試帮助您如何在智能手機或平板電腦中安裝”  “If you don’t know how to install Zoom, we will try to support you how to install it on your smartphone or tablet” 歡迎 55 歲以上有興趣的人仕報名 Welcome to those who are 55 years old and above to register 詳情請致電  0161 513 4127 常樂長者中心 For details, please call Sheung Lok Centre on 0161 5134127  請聯絡黃姑娘或翁姑娘   Contact Louise Wong or Sou Ha Yung

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WIN Conference 2020 (On Line) – Wai Yin

We are delighted to join the partner network of WIN (Women’s International Network) Attending WIN Conference (on-line, 18th June) is an opportunity to exchange best practices in embracing diversity and initiating inclusive cultures. This event will provide you with inspiration, knowledge, practical tools and contacts to help you succeed and prepare for the future.

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Wai Yin Zoom Gardening Group

Do you like gardening?  Would you like to talk to other gardeners during the lockdown?

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Wai Yin Services Update: (Sheung Lok Centre, HQ Office and Welcome Centre)

We suspended face to face work during COVID-19 period.  If you need help, please call the following hotline or email us.

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COVID-19 Update – Centre closures and temporary service suspension

Centre closures and temporary service suspension Wai Yin Society has been taking protective measures to safeguard the health and well-being of our service user, volunteers, and staff against the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 Coronavirus in recent weeks. And because of additional guidance from the government about non-essential contact and social distancing, regrettably, we have not taken the decision lightly to close all our centres and suspend our classes and activities at all the centres from Friday 20th March.

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