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Places are still available on forthcoming training events that we are running here at Nottingham CVS - including two 'SAFE Network' sessions, and our regular 'Introduction to Volunteer Management' course.
The Electoral Commission, the body which will regulate charities and voluntary organisations under the Lobbying Act, has released a survey in order to help draw up guidance around the Act.
The Nottingham Post have launched a new awards scheme aimed at recognising 'Heroes' in local communities - and the ten different award categories include a 'Volunteer of the Year' award.
Nottingham CVS has been commissioned to undertake a piece of work connected with the remodelling of offender rehabilitation services - and as part of this, we need to hear from community and voluntary organisations that deliver mental health services.
The Basil Skyers Myeloma Foundation is holding a charity walk in Nottingham to raise funds for people with the blood cancer Multiple Myeloma.
Nottingham City Council have released a document giving an update on the Children and Young People’s Integrated Pathway Programme (CYPIPP) - a programme of joint work between the city council and NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Group.
Community and voluntary organisations in Nottingham are being invited to join a voluntary sector-led consortium that aims to address the needs of communities in the city.
Closing date: 12 noon on 24 March.
Closing date: 18 March.
Sustrans are running two 'Dr Bike' cycle surgery events in Nottingham on Monday 10 March for anyone wanting to give their bike a bit of TLC.
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on the Basil Skyers Myeloma Foundation – a charity that provides support for people living with the blood cancer Multiple Myeloma, and which has a former Nottingham Forest and England footballer as its patron. The following article has been written by the charity’s Chair, Dr Sophia Skyers...
Nottingham-based youth employment charity Elevation Networks are looking for students and recent graduates to sign up for their 'Trailblazers' mentoring scheme - which is aimed at young people who are interested in a career in the finance industry.
St Ann's Advice Centre provides free, independent advice on debt, welfare benefits and employment rights - and they are looking for a Volunteer Trustee to serve on their board.
ASRA Housing Group, who provide accommodation and support for people aged 55 and over, are looking for a volunteer who can help run their cafe service.
Nottinghamshire Police Authority are an independent organisation responsible for monitoring the work done by the local police force - and they are looking for volunteers who can visit people who have been taken into police custody to ensure they have been give their rights and entitlements.