Every day from 9 – 27 November, the gift will drop onto a hidden location on the easyfundraising site. Solve the clues, find the gift, and your organisation will enter a daily prize draw to win a £100 donation!

An exciting and new way to engage your community every day, your supporters need to check their inbox or easyfundraising's social channels to find the daily clue; once they've cracked it, they just head to the easyfundraising site to find the gift and enter your organisation into the daily giveaway.

Every day it's a new clue, a new hidden location, and a new opportunity to win a £100 donation! Plus, on some days, your supporters could win a £100 gift card from M&S, Boots, Apple, and TUI. Make sure your organisation is registered with easyfundraising and ready to catch the gift:

This research has been commissioned by Welsh Government in response to a recommendation of the Interim Youth Work Board. The work will help us to understand how youth work is funded across Wales, and the outcome of the research will underpin the creation of a sustainable model for youth work funding going forward.

As such, it is vital that we include perspectives from the broad range of organisations that deliver vital youth work services for the young people of Wales.

This event is an opportunity for voluntary sector youth work organisations to contribute to this important research through interview and focus group activity. Those attending should be managers or other senior staff / volunteers from voluntary sector youth work organisations of all sizes, from across Wales.

Please note attendees will receive privacy and ethics information by email, please view in advance of the event.

To book on to the Merthyr Tydfil event please click here :-

For more information, please contact



Disclosure Workshop Introduction to DBS Understand the benefits of DBS and you (organisation) working together.

Understand the different levels of DBS checks.

Understand when an employee is eligible for a check.

Understand what Regulated Activity is.

Understand the DBS Update Service

Have an understanding of what safe recruitment practices can be in place that DBS checks can form a part of.

Myth Busting Quiz

A chance for you to ask questions relevant to your staff/volunteers. To book your place:…


If you are part of a community group, a group of volunteers, a social enterprise, charity or a not-for-profit organisation you can apply for:

  • Up to £3000 grant if you are a constituted group with your own bank account.
  • Up to £500 grant if you are not constituted and do not have your own bank account or
  • Up to £500 sponsorship for a celebratory event, competition or tournament

The fund is open from 8th November to 22nd November with our panel due to meet to consider applications within 14 days of the closing date.

To apply to the fund, please complete and return the attached application form to

Supporting documents required with applications are listed on the back page of the application and must be submitted before an application can be considered.

All grant funding must be spent by 31st March 2023.  Previously successful applicants must have returned their end of project report from previous funding before a new application can be considered.  Groups who have applied this year but who were turned down can re-apply but the project must differ to the original application.  Groups already funded this financial year cannot apply again.

If you have any queries about the fund or would like to discuss a proposal, email or call/text 07718 248645.

We are very excited to announce a unique Get Hired Event for anyone who is interested in working as a part of the Welsh Ambulance Team. 

This one off event will take place at our Prince’s Trust Centre 16 Ocean Way, Cardiff on

 Friday 9th December – time TBC  and is open to anyone aged 18-30 living in, near or willing to travel Cardiff although specific work location to be confirmed.  

This is an opportunity for interested parties to find out about the current vacancies with Welsh Ambulance Service, mainly Call Handler Roles and Non-Emergency Patient Transport Services, but Welsh Ambulance Service staff will provide more detail about the roles and requirements on the day and the application process.

NEPTS Band 2 Non-Emergency Patient Transport Service Call Handlers

Take calls from patients and Health Care Assistants to help arrange public transport for patients who are not able to drive, or are too unwell to use public transport. Accurate recording of patients’ details is essential so close attention to detail is paramount.  

999 Call Taker Band 3

Receive emergency calls, take emergency details from callers in a reassuring and professional manner. Convey all relevant details to the appropriate parties. Record caller’s details carefully and accurately. Attention to detail and excellent communication is essential. (5 GCSES A-C required) 

Make Ready (Bands 2-3)

Cleaning, maintaining and restocking Emergency Ambulances. Complete regular deep cleans minimising risk of infection control. Must have high standards of cleanliness and attention to detail. 

Volunteering Opportunities – First responder 

All opportunities can lead to further progression within the ambulance service. 

Any young people who are interested in this opportunity should sign up BEFORE Friday 9th December 

Other considerations:

  • Must attend Get Hired Day
  • All roles will require either a minimum of 5 GCSEs (Any subjects)/Maths English Science (A-C)
  • Bring ID on the day.
  • Must have the right to work in the UK.
  • Travel expenses will be paid on programme & lunch will be provided.
  • Criminal records will be assessed on a case-by-case basis.
  • Bands of pay – (2* £20,758 - £21,318) (3* £21,730- £23,177)  

Please contact or for further information.

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