All the latest news from the sector
As we head towards the end of January, the year-long video campaign that we're running at Nottingham CVS to celebrate our 140th birthday has been continuing apace - with one of our latest clips showing Councillor Graham Chapman, Deputy Leader of Nottingham City Council, praising the work of NCVS and the local voluntary sector.
Student Volunteering Week takes place on the week beginning Monday 23 February – and the University of Nottingham Students’ Union (UoNSU) wants to showcase volunteering roles in Nottingham over the course of the week.
Closing date: Midnight on Saturday 31 January.
Closing date: Sunday 15 February.
Closing date: Friday 6 February.
Closing date: Monday 16 February.
There are a number of different ways that you can find out about other volunteering openings that are available in Nottingham.
Whether it's for a board meeting, a yoga class, or anything in between, we've got high quality, affordable space available to hire at Nottingham CVS in our building in Nottingham city centre - which is easily accessible by public transport and also close to car parking facilities.
At Nottingham CVS, we are always happy to help groups in the city's community and voluntary sector to promote what they are doing by including details in our weekly E-bulletin.
Places are still available on two training events that we are hosting at Nottingham CVS - one offering an overview on employment policies and procedures, and one an advice session on how to use social media for your group.
In the latest instalment of our regular blog, our Chief Executive Helen Kearsley-Cree talks about a trip she made to London last week for a launch event held at Parliament for ‘Change for Good’ – a report from the Independent Commission on the Future of Local Infrastructure…
1 January 2015 saw Nottingham officially begin its year as England's first ever City of Football - and a Chair is currently being sought to head up the City of Football committee.
The Nottingham organisation Wheelbase has closed after failing to secure funding to continue their services.
Nottingham CityCare Partnership have published a new edition of their regular 'Small Steps Big Changes' newsletter.
A Nottingham charity that provides support for people who have hearing difficulties is looking for online votes to help them win funding worth hundreds of pounds.