All the latest news from the sector
As Volunteers' Week draws closer, Nottingham CVS has ordered a supply of commemorative Volunteers' Week keyrings - and we have a limited number to give away to groups to use during any Volunteers' Week events that they are organising.
Community and voluntary groups have two opportunities to promote the work they are doing, what with stalls being available at two events that are taking place in Nottingham over the coming months.
Nottingham City Council has launched an energy switching scheme to help citizens save on their energy bills. The average annual saving per household is approximately £200 - and the scheme can be used by anyone, anywhere in the country.
The Second Bramcote Brownie Unit are looking for volunteers to assist a group during a camping trip. CRB checks would have to be completed and there is a £15 charge for food.
There are a number of different ways that you can find out about other volunteering openings that are available in Nottingham.
Closing date: Tuesday 4 June.
Closing date: Sunday 2 June.
Although it's a while away yet we are pleased to announce that the NCVS Annual Event for 2013 will be taking place on Wednesday 16 October - and we are giving our stakeholders a chance to have their say on the agenda for the day!
At Nottingham CVS we have decided to extend the deadline for groups to complete our 2013 State of the Sector survey - which offers groups a means of being able to honestly and anonymously say how they are coping in the current environment.
At Nottingham CVS we have been running our successful weekly Volunteer Club for over a year - and we are always keen to hear from any organisations interested in sending along one of their representatives to be a guest speaker at the club.
Nottingham City Council are still seeking responses to their Communities of Identity survey - and also have a number of events coming up in the coming weeks related to the survey, including brand new dates for people living in the Bulwell and Aspley areas.
Nottingham Asian Women's Project are starting a sewing class that will take place every Tuesday from 10am to 12noon.
Closing Date: Monday 10 June.
Closing date: Monday 12 June.
The Nottingham Arimathea Trust, which provides housing and support for people who have had their first claim for asylum refused, are currently seeking donations of good quality quilts and pillows for new residents.