On this page you'll find useful kits, toolkits and resources for promoting our various campaigns and initiatives.
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Pension Top Up campaign
Greater Manchester Ageing Hub is working with Greater Manchester Housing Providers (GMHP) to support a campaign to encourage take up of pension credit.
This toolkit is a simplified and shortened version of the work produced by GMHP. It is designed to be used by local authorities, NHS organisations, VCSE organisations and others who support the GM Ageing Hub. NB, this toolkit replaces an earlier version which contained an error.
Greater Manchester Technology Fund
This toolkit is to support partners sharing messaging on the Greater Manchester (GM) Technology Fund.
The Greater Manchester Technology Fund provides schools and colleges with the technology needed in ‘at-home’ settings to continue their learning. The fund will reach and support the most vulnerable young people and their families across the region. The Technology Fund aims to provide learners at risk of digital isolation with the technology and connectivity needed to continue their learning at home while schools and colleges remain closed.
Greater Manchester Crime Support Line Toolkit
A new helpline offering support services to victims of crime in Greater Manchester launched on Monday 21 December 2020.
It follows an announcement made by the Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham and Deputy Mayor Bev Hughes last week after the publication of Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire & Rescue Services (HMICFRS)’s report 'Greater Manchester Police - Victim Service Assessment (VSA)'.
The Greater Manchester Crime Support Line will provide support to victims of crime who may have concerns about how their crime has been recorded by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) or would like support to help them cope and recover.
The support line is contactable on freephone number 0808 196 8416.
We encourage partners to help communicate this new support line across their social media and other communication channels to ensure as many affected victims of crime are aware of the service and the support available to them.
Digital Inclusion Ambassador Toolkit
This toolkit is to support Greater Manchester organisations promote their commitment to tackling digital exclusion across Greater Manchester
Keeping Well this Winter Toolkit
This toolkit is to support partners sharing messages to promote the Keeping Well this Winter booklet.
The Ageing Hub and partners have produced a campaign to support older people who are not online with practical information to keep well this winter.
GMFRS Water Safety Campaign Toolkit
Vulnerability Communications Toolkit
This toolkit is to support partners in amplifying Greater Manchester-wide messaging in relation to how we are working together to keep people safe, particularly those residents who are more at risk of domestic abuse, exploitation, and other crimes that affect the more vulnerable in our communities.
With families spending more time at home, there is an increased risk of incidents such as domestic abuse towards both children and adults. Support which has previously been in place has changed for many, and is potentially inaccessible for some.
The key audiences include victims and survivors, their families and friends and neighbours, children and young people who may be witnesses or perpetrators, and perpetrators themselves.
Thank you for your support.
Local full fibre network rollout communications toolkit
This toolkit is to support partners sharing messaging on the local full fibre network programme (LFFN) in their localities.
In March 2020, we secured world-class digital infrastructure through biggest government full-fibre investment in the UK, through the appointment of Virgin Media Business up to 2,700km of new fibre optic broadband infrastructure will be delivered across the region. The £23.8M Local Full Fibre Networks Programme will connect more than 1,500 public sites across the city-region. In addition, some sites in Salford and Manchester will see their connectivity upgraded and a further 36 public sites will be connected through the innovative Tameside Cooperative, enhancing Greater Manchester’s position as a leading European digital city region.