All the latest news from the sector
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The Nottingham-based social enterprise Inspiring Greatness have launched a programme aimed at young people living in St. Ann’s who are interested in setting up their own business or becoming self-employed.
Preparations are in full swing for this year's Nottingham Caribbean Carnival - which this year will feature a Carnival Queen costume designed by a Nottingham Trent University student as the final project for her degree.
The Muslim Community Organisation have announced details of children's sports activities that they are running during the school summer holiday in different parts of the city.
Muted is a new charity which has been formed to tackle the growing problem of depression suffered by men - and they are looking for volunteers who can spare two hours to give out leaflets and collect funds at a forthcoming event at Nottingham Forest Football Club.
Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum are bag packing at the Asda supermarket in Hyson Green on Wednesday 30 July 2014, and are looking for volunteers who can spare at least three hours of their time to help out.
Nottingham Circle is a membership organisation for people who live in Nottingham City and who are aged 50 and over - and they are looking for a volunteer who can help them by keeping their website up to date.
The RNIB are looking for a volunteer who can help them with fundraising - a role which will involve attending fundraising meetings, helping the charity's fundraising team to organise events and activities, and promoting and raising awareness of the RNIB in the Nottingham area.
Skillshare International run an International Citizen Service youth volunteering programme - and they are looking for volunteers who can help with the selection process for young people who have applied for a place on the programme.
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.
Details have been announced of the next ‘Every Colleague Matters’ event to take place in Nottingham – which this time will be themed around autism.
A charity dedicated to training wheelchair dance instructors so that they can run their own wheelchair dance groups are offering courses to groups in Nottingham who work with disabled people.
The Nottingham-based social enterprise Communities Inc has published a brochure designed to support faith groups in taking action against hate crime.
Community and voluntary groups who work with older people and vulnerable adults in Nottingham are being warned about possible disruption to Freeview TV services in and around the city over the coming months – something which may affect some groups’ clients.
This latest instalment of our regular blog is a guest blog by Becky Palfreyman – a secondary school student who recently spent a week on work experience at Integritas Advocacy. Here she talks about how she found her time with the Nottingham charity…