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Sit down with a cup of tea and read the latest from our Chief Executive, Helen Kearsley-Cree…
The D2N2 Social Inclusion Consortium has been formed by Voluntary Sector Local Infrastructure Bodies across the LEP area as the vehicle for bidding for the £7.5m Building Better Opportunities (BBO) programme.
After a restructure, our Volunteer Centre will reopen on Monday 20 April.
Closing date: 24 April 2015.
Closing date: Tuesday 30 April.
Nottingham City Council have released a statement around the future of voluntary sector funding for support services to the voluntary sector.
Right now Nottingham CVS is going through change, alongside many other organisations in the voluntary sector. We all know that change is inevitable in this current economic climate because there are many things outside of our control. Whilst we often can’t dictate what changes happen, what we can do is determine our response to change. (Click on the headline to read full statement).
The autumn of 2014 saw Nottingham named as England's City of Football - and weekly kickabouts in Market Square are set to start as part of our city's new role as the national capital of the beautiful game!
The British Red Cross are offering free first aid training to community and voluntary organisations.
Stonebridge City Farm are holding an Easter market - and stalls are available to community and voluntary organisations.
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.
TalkLinks are an organisation who provide training with a specific focus on communication - and they are running two training courses in Nottingham in April.