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We have become SOCIAL!

Healthy Greater Bendigo is excited to join the world of social media! We are working to ensure that you can access current, fun and innovative initiatives where you are and how it suits you!
Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn accounts have all been established to keep you connected! 
You can find us using the links below!
LinkedIn
Facebook
Instagram
Website
Healthy Greater Bendigo are also excited to show you a range of activities you can be involved in in the coming weeks including the City of Greater Bendigo's Medium Community GRANTS Program for July! 
Collective Impact Workshop
Applying collective impact principles as we work together

The aim of the workshop is to support the delivery of the future health and wellbeing plan as participants develop their understanding of the collective impact approach and  how we can apply it in our work as separate but aligned organisations working to improve the health and wellbeing of our community.

The workshop is being presented by Sharon Fraser who was the General Manager of Go Goldfields from 2011 -2017 where she led the design and development of a collective impact, place-based approach of social change to improve outcomes for youth, children and families. Sharon also presented our June PRG Workshop on Systems Thinking.
The Collective Impact workshop will include:
  • Introduction to the Collective Impact Approach
  • How the Collective Impact Approach complements Systems Thinking
  • Examples of collective impact approaches from Bendigo and further afield
  • Group activity on how to implement a Collective Impact approach
The Collective Impact workshop will be held Monday 19th July from 12.30pm – 2.30 on Zoom.
 
If this sounds like something you would like to be involved use the link below to email Healthy Greater Bendigo for access!
 
Collective Impact Workshop
Research and Evaluation Community of Practice
On 1 July 2021, 25 people came together for the first Research and Evaluation Community of Practice.
It's a great approach to meeting other locals interested in evaluation, tapping into the expertise in our community, and learning from each other.
If you'd like to join the next meeting, please contact
An introduction to co-design for the social sector
Dan Bentley and Tracey Newman are running their popular 'Introduction to Co-design for the social sector' webinar again next week. 

The workshop will cover the following:

  • An introduction to the Co-design methodology and how it can be used in the social sector
  • Case studies into how this methodology has been used successfully in this sector 
  • Practical examples of how Co-design can be applied to your organisation
  • Learning about the basics of key tools and processes

Dan Bentley and Tracey Newman are experienced facilitators and presenters, that specialise in making complex concepts tangible and practical for the social sector.

To register for this webinar go to the link below!
Co-design for the social sector

Grants open

The July round of The City of Greater Bendigo's Medium Community Grants Program is now open! Community groups, schools, early learning centres and businesses can apply for up to $10,000 in funding for local community-focused projects.
Apply HERE

Have your say

The City of Greater Bendigo have released their draft Reducing Harm from Gambling Policy for public comment. The draft policy aims to ensure our community does not experience negative social and economic impacts from gambling.
Provide your feedback using the link below
Comment here
Australian Glossary on Health and Climate Change
Sometimes language gets in the way of us creating a joint understanding of our work. Check out this new glossary and share with others.
Glossary
Further Resources
Logic models are often helpful for planning purposes as well as evaluation. It is often described as a picture of why and how you believe e.g. a program or project will work.
Logical models may be useful for your work!
Here are some resources to help you understand how you might be able to use them!
 

  

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a community movement for better health and wellbeing.
 
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