The Social Collective acts as the digital connector between people, NGOs/businesses and companies, and provides a unique service to corporations looking to monitor and evaluate their initiatives - which involve people and impact. No matter who you are, there is a place for you in our movement to change the structure of community engagement. Let us unite all our efforts and move our generation forward. As both a non-profit and a social enterprise, The Social Collective’s core platform offering is innovative and exceptional because it operates on multiple levels:
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How do you envision community volunteering? How would it feel to get access to an online management tool and dashboards to manage and track your volunteerism? How about signing up to a platform that allows you to track your hours invested in volunteer programs, track the skills you are learning and sharing, receive feedback ratings on your volunteer performances and get access to unlimited volunteer opportunities, all from a simple and intuitive solution? Yes, it’s possible. The Social Collective is offering portals for volunteers to companies and governments. The Social Collective is a tool built for volunteers first; corporate companies looking for staff engagement opportunities and tracking, and non-profits and that need monitoring, tracking, evaluation, and reporting - that matches national standards
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At Iris House we promise our families a quality care service, built on medical best practise. Our carers undergo two days intensive theoretical training, followed by up to six weeks practical training. Carers are police cleared and hold a level one first aid certificate, our senior carers hold a level three first aid certificate. Our care service is available in the form of four hour community based sits and hospice day and overnight sessions.
Is to provide residential care for children who are not living with their biological parents. To meet the emotional, physical and social development needs of vulnerable children – Providing accommodation, food, homework support, laundry and personal hygiene. To send all children to school.
To ensures that all rape survivors will be provided with: Barrier free points of first contact; Proper survivor friendly statement taking process; Adequate forensic data collection; Timeous administration of the PEP treatment; Holding office bearers and officials accountable for the rights and wellbeing of all survivors.
Volunteer opportunities award skills and time. The more you log, the better your social profile.