Groups and organisations who work with youg people aged between 11 and 25-years-old are being encouraged to apply for “Sportivate” funding. Interested parties are invited to talk to VANEL to find out more about “Sportivate”and how to get involved.
If you are new to the role of being a Trustee then our “Induction and Refresher Training” session is a great way for you to understand your role and your responsibilities. Even if you’ve been a trustee for a while now, the course can also be a great refresher. Our next session is on 23rd September, so read on for full details.
A number of local charities are looking for new Trustees to join their boards and committees. They have been asking VANEL to “spread the word”, so if you are interested in the opportunity to volunteer in the all important role serving on the board of a local charity or group, then we’d like to hear from you. Read on for details.
North East Lincolnshire is leading the way in regards to the level of care dementia sufferers can expect to recieve compared to other areas across the country. NAViGO, along with other Health Care providers in North East Lincolnshire have been recognised for the “extremely high quality” service they provide to service users within our area.
It’s just over one week until VANEL’s one-on-one “HealthWin” appointment day at the VANEL office on Wednesday 7th September 2016. If you would have a project idea and would like to apply for “HealthWin” funding, why not book an appointment and talk to VANEL.
The Local Transport Plan (LTP) has been refreshed to support the ongoing growth and economic development of the Borough. In order to make sure that the LTP remains relevant and fit for purpose, your views and comments about the LTP are requested. The closing date for this consultation is Friday 9th September 2016.
Applications for “HealthWin” funding are now being accepted. Find enclosed step by step guidance on how the “HealthWin” online application process works and about our 1:1 appointment opportunity at the VANEL office on Wednesday 7th September 2016.
If you’ve improved the effectiveness of your governance and delivered greater public benefit as a charity in line with Good Governance: a Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector you could be in with a chance of winning the Winifred Tumim Memorial Prize. Read on to find out more about the prize.
VANEL are delighted to present their newest ‘Reaching Communities’ programme “Ignite”. The programme which is funded by the National Lottery’s Big Lottery Fund, is a three year community development programme targeted at young people between the ages of 16 and 30-years-old. “Ignite” aims to motivate and encourage young people to become volunteers and take a leading role in their communities through the creation and expansion of community projects.