VAMT had a very busy Volunteers' Week, from our Volunteer Recognition Awards event to a Volunteering Fair in Merthyr Town Centre. Here are a few photos from a fantastic awards evening.
Last call for free coaching to help heritage organisations deal with change
The deadline to apply is 26 June 2023
To be better prepared to deal with change and uncertainty heritage organisations or organisations running a heritage project can benefit from free coaching from Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons.
Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons provides support to micro, small and medium sized heritage organisations and organisations running a heritage project to broaden their income streams and reach new audiences and people.
Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, WCVA is running Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons in partnership with Cwmpas, formerly known as Wales Cooperative Centre. The project is also supported by Ethnic Minorities & Youth Support Team Wales, Disability Wales and Pride Cymru.
What is on offer?
Four days of in-depth coaching support is available for organisations on topics such as governance, business planning and income generation to help improve organisations’ resilience and the ability to deal with changes to the environment they work in (for example, the current cost of living crisis).
Find out more and apply
For further details about the project please visit the Catalyst Cymru: Broadening Horizons page.
To register your interest in participating and to be sent an application pack, please email Siobhan Hayward, Catalyst Cymru Officer firstname.lastname@example.org
The Welsh Charity Awards 2023 are currently open and there are two categories for volunteers – Young volunteer of the year (aged 25 or under) and Volunteer of the year (26 or over). Please can you help us encourage nominations by sharing with your networks and contacts?
It’s free to take part and this is a chance to celebrate the life changing impact of the diverse range of volunteers from across Wales.
For more information please click HERE
Learn more about equal opportunities in policing with our online awareness event
Legacy in the Community are working with Gwent Police to promote diversity and inclusivity within the police service and would like to invite you to on online awareness event to discuss the many different roles available within policing that are accessible, flexible, and diverse.
The event will take place on Weds 22 June 23 at 10am and is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn more about careers in policing, and to learn about support that is available and the eligibility criteria for different roles.
Having a diverse workforce helps to improve public trust and brings different perspectives and experiences that can help with decision-making and problem-solving within the police service.
As a public facing organisation, Gwent Police understands that representation matters, and they are committed to ensuring that their workforce is reflective and inclusive of the communities that they protect and reassure.
To register for the online event, and to find out more, follow the link to our Eventbrite page: https://WTARWF.eventbrite.co.uk