Big Aberdeen Action and You

Big Aberdeen’s aims are summed up in its strapline to encourage Aberdeen to ‘Connect, Collaborate, Challenge and Change’ across the sectors.

Below are the ways that, at this next stage of Big Aberdeen, you can “Connect Collaborate Challenge and Change” – whoever you are:

  1. What has Big Aberdeen done so Far? Big Aberdeen History
  2. What are Big Aberdeen Values and Principles
  3. Join the free Big Aberdeen Network and connect to businesses, services for your clients, funders, volunteers, volunteering or placement opportunities and more.
  4. If you want to see Who is on Board
  5. Get involved with any of the Big Aberdeen Stories.  They are there to make it easy for people to engage as referrers, volunteers, partners, donors, sponsors and service users.  If you are working with people in Aberdeen could you be a storyteller?
  6. Bring the Big Aberdeen photo exhibition to your site.  Find out about your city, what 16-25 year olds think of it and use it to start more useful discussions or visit it at the following locations.
  7. Turn your team into Glitter Pickers.
  8. Claim a Big Aberdeen Bench to raise awareness of your work or visit one that is in place already for Home Start, Erskine, Cornerstone, MHA, and other Good Causes.
  9. Learn more about Big Disruptive Thinking if you are a business, civic, community or youth leader (or want so meet some!).
  10. Be inspired by The Big Aberdeen Creative Picture –  to see what Art and Creativity can do for your community and what your community can do for the Cultural life of Aberdeen.
  11. Look forwards at what is coming up for you on the Big Aberdeen Timeline
  12. Follow @Aberdeen_ACVO and #BigAberdeen on Twitter and Like Aberdeen_ACVO on Facebook
  13. If you are already on board and making Connections through the Big Aberdeen Network then Spread your Big Aberdeen Network News via the ACVO website and e:bulletin by emailing “Big Aberdeen Steps Forward” to asimpson@acvo.org.uk
  14. FAQs are here.  To ask more contact Alison Chandler