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This latest instalment of our regular blog is a guest piece by Rawshana Noor of Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire – who shares some ideas on how to save money during the coming Christmas period…
Closing dates: Vary depending on position.
Closing date: Wednesday 3 December.
Closing date: Sunday 30 November.
There are a number of different ways that you can find out about other volunteering openings that are available in Nottingham.
The evening of Friday 14 November saw dozens of volunteers from across the city attend the Nottingham Volunteer Awards presentation evening - and thanks to the efforts of Nottingham Photographers' Hub, we're pleased to be able to share a selection of photos from the event.
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.
The first Nottingham Volunteer Awards took place on the evening of Friday 14 November – and the city’s world champion boxer Carl Froch paid tribute to the contribution that volunteers make to local communities as winners were announced.
Christmas is fast approaching - and as it's a time of year when a lot of people decide they want to do some volunteering, we've decided to set up a new page on the Nottingham CVS website with information on festive volunteering roles that are available.
In this latest instalment of our ‘Spotlight on...’ feature we focus on the Gender and Sexual Orientation Partnership – a project that’s being led by the Nottingham Women’s Centre...
Nottingham CVS's Ferg Slade will be taking part in a live national Twitter debate on Tuesday 25 November focusing on voice and advocacy - and whether those are still relevant roles for voluntary sector infrastructure organisations.
We are pleased to announce that Nottingham CVS is working in partnership with NCVO to offer specialist support to voluntary organisations working with vulnerable adults looking to develop their skills in campaigning and influencing in the local area.
A Nottingham project aiming to tackle childhood obesity and inactivity has been shortlisted for £50,000 of Big Lottery funding - and is now seeking public support to help secure the money.
A number of community and voluntary organisations in the Lenton area of Nottingham have been hosting a weekly community meal in recent months - and they are appealing for local shops to donate ingredients so they can make their final meal of 2014 a full Christmas dinner with all the trimmings!