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January 14, 2021 01:39 PM

Barnet Health Champions   COVID-19 continues to impact all of us in Barnet. Become a Barnet Health Champion to ensure everyone living in Barnet has the information they need to stay safe and healthy.  After signing up, Champions will recei...

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CommUNITY Barnet

Business Development

 

Coming soon...

 

Contact Helen:

020 8364 8400 ext 0210  | helen.harte@communitybarnet.org.uk

 

 

 

CommUNITY Barnet

C.E.O

 

Julie Pal is CommUNITY Barnet’s CEO. She has been working for the organisation since 2013 and overseen its radical transformation from a small, local infrastructure organisation to a multi-borough, award winning membership organisation with a national reputation. Supported by an ambitious board of trustees, a senior leadership team with a can-do attitude and a broader staff team passionate about delivering first-class services enables Julie to explore interesting and exciting opportunities for CommUNITY Barnet to allow it to spread its wings to reach as many people, communities and organisations as possible. Following her appointment to CommUNITY Barnet she was invited to become a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

 

Contact Julie:

020 8364 8400 ext 0215  | julie.pal@communitybarnet.org.uk

 

 

CommUNITY Barnet

Head of Development

 

Selina works on planning, strategy, fundraising and partnerships. She has led award-winning health and social care teams and national volunteer and social policy programmes, with young people and local communities. Selina attends senior level meetings to promote the excellent work of the community sector, to create partnerships and learn good practice and to help develop new projects and activities. She loves working together as a team, as part of diverse communities.

 

Contact Selina:

020 8364 8400 ext  | selina.rodrigues@communitybarnet.org.uk

Laptops and WIFI Needed for Barnet Children

CommUNITY Barnet is working in partnership with Middlesex University, local businesses, and schools to provide much-needed laptops to school pupils in Barnet.

With continuing uncertainty around when schools will reopen, education for many has switched to online lessons. But Barnet children and young people from low-income families struggle because they lack laptops and/or WIFI. This digital poverty gap is growing daily, and with your help, we can definitely change that.

We reached out to local schools and families to find out what they needed, and we were stunned by the responses we received.

 “I share my work laptop with my son; it’s extremely stressful, especially if we both need to use it simultaneously. Often, he works on my mobile. I feel guilty as a parent like I am harming his future.” Single Parent, Barnet

“We have three children, with one device between them; online classes are impossible. As a family, we are at a loss, and our children are extremely stressed. I am struggling to cope.” Barnet Family

Since the last lockdown, we have succeeded in getting 40 children online and helped another 40 with 24GBs of prepaid data. We continue to fundraise to provide WIFI access and work with providers to get access to online resources.

Do you have an old laptop or tablet currently gathering dust in your home that you could donate? If so, we really need to hear from you. 

Working in partnership with Middlesex University and local schools, we are reaching out for your help to collect and refurbish your old laptops and tablets that we will clean down and refurbish. This equipment will then be distributed through schools to young people that desperately need your help. 

Digital Poverty means 

  • No access to online classes
  • No access to online resources
  • No peer group support. 

By bringing together local businesses, organisations, communities, and schools, we can drive change and achieve a fair and equitable education for people experiencing hardship and isolation.

 

Please email connectkids@communitybarnet.org.uk

 

 

December 23, 2020 10:42 AM

Find out what services are operating over the festive period

We have put together a resource pack of the services that are operating or providing support over the festive period this includes: Emergency numbers Mental health and wellbeing Domestic violence support Covid-19 testing Addiction Pharmaci...

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Young People Thrive

CYP IAPT Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner

 

Rebecca is a Child and Young People’s Psychological Wellbeing Practitioner with a Post Graduate qualification from UCL and the Anna Freud Centre. She has worked in this role within clinical settings: CAMHS( NHS) and primary and secondary schools. Her work experience of over 10 years has given her an understanding and a sensitivity to the emotional developments and needs of children and young people. She offers psychological support, based on the principles of CBT, for children and adolescents with mild to moderate mental health difficulties, including anxiety, low mood and common behavioural difficulties. She loves most about her job the collaborative process with the young people, and the knowledge that we are both working towards a real change!

 

Contact Rebecca:

020 8364 8400 ext 0259 | rebecca.shaw@communitybarnet.org.uk

 

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