All the latest news from the sector
Places are still available on a forthcoming training event taking place at NCVS offering advice on how to update your organisation’s smoking policy.
A new group has been set up in Nottingham called Rebel Women - which aims to offer women in the city a forum to discuss issues that are important to them.
The telecoms provider BT have launched a new scheme called 'BT Community Web Kit', which offers community and voluntary organisations a simple way of building their own website - and all for free.
Nottingham City Council are currently seeking people's views as part of two consultations - one on sexual health services, and one on a proposed new suicide prevention strategy.
Closing date: 12 noon on Friday 26 September.
The Prince's Trust have places available for 18-25 year olds to take part in 'Get Into Construction' - a month-long programme that aims to help young people into the construction industry.
An exhibition of photographs documenting a recent community dance project that was held in Nottingham are set to go on show at a gallery in the city.
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on NHS Involvement – a programme that aiming to let members of the public have more of a say in healthcare decision-making. The following text has been written by Amy Egan of the NHS Involvement team…
The Alzheimer's Society are holding their annual 'Memory Walk' on Saturday 20 September - and places are still available to anyone who is interested in taking part.
Closing date: 24 September.
Closing date: 4pm on 15 October.
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 are keen to raise the profile of microvolunteering - and so we have launched a new page on our website with information about what microvolunteering is and how to get involved!
It was recently announced that the 2015 Cerebral Palsy World Games will be taking place in Nottingham - and people interested in volunteering at the event are being invited to sign up.
Four members of Nottingham CVS staff are preparing to abseil down Glastonbury Festival’s famous Pyramid Stage to raise money for charity.