All the latest news from the sector
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).
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.
The Mojatu Foundation are a Nottingham-based charity who help in the establishment and expansion of ICT centres in Africa - and they are looking for a volunteer with accounting skills to help them with a range of accounting tasks.
Drama in Diversity are group who use the performing arts to entertain and inform, educate and celebrate diversity - and they are looking for a volunteer who can use creative methods to promote their work.
The University of Nottingham have launched a new scheme called the Building Enterprise Programme, which aims to support social enterprises - and as part of it, they are offering half-day workshops focusing on different aspects of organisational development.
CA Plus and Castle Cavendish are joining forces to offer a training session covering the basics of costing and pricing for grants and contracts.
Places are still available on some forthcoming training events taking place at Nottingham CVS – including a courses designed to help support social enterprises, and a workshop that aims to show organisations how to carry a fair redundancy and redeployment process.
The Renewal Trust's annual awards ceremony for volunteers was held on Monday 23 February at the city's Albert Hall - with two Nottingham CVS volunteers among the winners!
At Nottingham CVS we are launching a history project looking at the birth of social action in Nottingham - and we are holding a series of information sessions for people who are interested in getting involved in the project as volunteers.
International Women's Day takes place on Sunday 8 March - and Nottingham Women's Centre are marking it this year with a packed programme of events ranging from live music to a trip to Parliament.
The Chief Executive of Nottingham homelessness charity Emmanuel House is in the running for a major national award - and needs your votes to help her win.
The Nottinghamshire Hate Crime steering group is offering.free training sessions to groups to help raise awareness of LGBT hate crime.
The Carers Federation are looking for a volunteer who can help organise group sessions with carers and support them in engaging in activities that will support them in their caring role.