Tesco, Morrisons, ASDA, Waitrose, Sainsbury’s, Iceland, and Ocado – will all donate money to your voluntary organization, charity, social enterprise or CIC when your community of supporters shop with them?
Whenever an online shopper buys groceries, the supermarket will send your organisation either a flat monetary amount (up to £5) or a percentage of what the online shopper spends. On average, just one person could raise £97.50 in a year for your organisation by doing their food shop; think what multiple people could do! All types of third sector organisations can receive this funding - your organisation just needs to be registered with funding website easyfundraising.
Register here (it’s very straightforward and there is no cost): https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/cymru
An online seminar hosted by Alcohol Change UK
10am to 1pm, Thursday 21 September 2023
LGBTQ+ people are at more risk of alcohol problems; but when they encounter such problems, they are less likely to receive the support they need.
At this online learning event, we’ll be hearing from experts with personal and professional experience of drinking in LGBTQ+ communities, working to make more LGBTQ+ sober spaces, and how support services can be made more relevant and accessible.
If you’re working to make alcohol support more inclusive, this is the event for you.
Tickets are £35 +VAT. Book your places here.
INFORMATION SESSION: 5 Ways to Arthritis Wellbeing
Thursday – 17 August 2023
Online via Teams 10.30 am – 11.30 pm
Join us with Sian Davies and Emily Parry, both practising Health Improvement Practitioner within the Community, and discover Five Ways to Wellbeing, what it means and how small changes can improve how we feel. There will also be an opportunity for questions at the end of the session. There will be an opportunity for questions. Everyone is welcome!
Room opens at 10.20am presentation starts at 10.30am. Please be on time.
Our online information sessions are for adults with arthritis, MSK or related conditions e.g. fibromyalgia, lupus, gout. Also for health care professionals and carers supporting people living with arthritis. They offer a chance to learn about managing arthritis and related conditions, hear from guest speakers and find out more about the support provided by Versus Arthritis in local areas.