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Unit 44:
P2 Report on specific team activity relating to health and social care

For our assignment and as part of our college course we took part in two activities that relate to health and social care. These activities were Children In Need, and The White Ribbon Day. Within these activities I took part on my own and as a team, they were also both planned as a class. Children in need is run by the BBC, They have a vision for every child in the UK. “Our vision is that every child in the UK has a childhood which is:

* Safe

* Happy and Secure

* Allows them the chance to reach their potential

What We Do We provide grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. We are local to people in all corners of the UK and support small and large organisations which empower children and extend their life choices.

Our grant programmes are open all year round for applications, with a focus on allocating the money to deserving projects 4 times a year. To find out more about our grant programmes, to apply for a grant or to hear how some children's lives have been changed for the better, visit 'Change Lives' BBC Children in need, 30/11/12, http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b008dk4b/features/what-we-do

White ribbon day The White Ribbon Campaign (WRC) is the UK branch of the global campaign to ensure men take more responsibility for reducing the level of violence against women.

We can always use more volunteers and interns to expand our areas of work. The range of opportunities is huge - ranging from important jobs to keeping the organisation going to working on policy, from attending events and giving out materials to liaising with government officials. We can use your skills. We have a balance of men and women volunteering, and a wide range of age groups.

The WRC is unique as the first male oriented organisation to oppose violence against women. White Ribbon Campaign (30/11/12)...
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