All the latest news from the sector
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on Shoe Aid – a charity founded in Nottingham with the simple aim of helping provide shoes to people in developing countries…
Nottingham CVS is part of a new voluntary sector consortium for the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) area – which covers the whole of Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.
Nottingham CVS has been delivering support services to the community and voluntary sector and to volunteers as the city’s local infrastructure organisation for many years - and in recent times, some of these services were available because Nottingham City Council funded them via a contract delivered through NCVS. (Click on the headline to continue reading).
Places are still available a forthcoming Nottingham CVS that aims to improve attendees’ knowledge of safeguarding among BME communities.
Nottingham Arimathea Trust, a charity who provide housing and support for people who have had their first claim for asylum refused, have published a new edition of their regular newsletter.
Nottingham City Council have published their latest monthly 'Policy Digest' document.
Closing date: 13 March.
Closing date: Wednesday 18 March.
Closing dates: Vary depending on post.
Closing date: Monday 9 March.
There are a number of different ways that you can find out about other volunteering openings that are available in Nottingham.
At Nottingham CVS we have set up a new mailing list targeted specifically at trustees - which we are using to send out newsletters containing useful information for trustees.
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.
Nottingham ADHD Support Group provides support, friendship and understanding for adults with ADHD - and they are looking for a Volunteer Secretary who can assist monthly meetings on Monday evenings.
The Nottingham and District Citizens Advice Bureau are looking for volunteers to help them continue delivering their core service of providing free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to people in the local community.