All the latest news from the sector
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on Changing Lives – a national charity who have a number of staff based in Nottingham at the Nottingham Women’s Centre…
Equation are a charity who work across Nottinghamshire to reduce and prevent domestic violence - and they are running a range of training courses over the coming months.
We currently have office space available here in our building at Nottingham CVS.
At Nottingham CVS we are launching a social media campaign called ‘#LookingAfterNottm’ – which aims to encourage people to share their good deeds in looking after vulnerable people in the city.
The regional voluntary and community sector infrastructure organisation One East Midlands have published their latest bulletin for the community and voluntary sector on the work of the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership.
Nottingham City Council are developing a website that aims to be a ‘one stop shop’ for sexual health information - and as part of the project they are keen to hear the views of both service providers and the public.
We're very pleased to report here at Nottingham CVS that our new service to support the development of community sports clubs and groups in Nottingham city is now very much up and running!
Nottinghamshire Participation Hub (NPH) is a group of parents and carers of young people with additional needs or disabilities - and they are looking for new members to becomed actively involved in the work that they do.
Volunteers' Week 2014 saw us run a successful social media campaign at Nottingham CVS where we shared lots of photos of volunteers around the city - and some of those photos can now be viewed as part of a new wall display in our Volunteer Centre!
The Nottinghamshire Safeguarding Children Board are holding a training session that aim to share information about the risks faced by children who go missing.
Hyson Green Youth Club (HGYC) have announced details of a programme of summer activities they are running for young people - and also the launch of a new youth forum.
The Nottinghamshire-based charity Family Lives support families to make their lives better - and they are offering training to people who are interested in volunteering with them.
Both One Nottingham and the Police and Crime and Commissioner Paddy Tipping have published new edition of their regular newsletters.
Groups who work with children and families are being alerted to the fact that changes have been made to Nottingham City Council's Family Support Pathway (FSP) document.
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