Funding between £500 and £2500 is available via the Humberside Youth Association grants for people aged 18-24. Initial applications are via VANEL and in round 1 there were a number of successful applicants. Round 2 is now open until end April so get your applications in! Read on for all the details and how to apply.
Womens’ Aid run a Freedom programme every week and this training event on Tuesday 4th April is a chance for agencies and those interested to find out more and to participate in some of the programme so that they are better equipped to make referrals. Read on for information, the flyer and how to book.
YMCA Humber invites you to a fabulous evening of networking at the Humber Royal Hotel in Grimsby on Wed 5th April. Places are still available for last minute bookings. Read on for more information including how to get tickets.
With the closure of Shoreline’s Customer Service Centre in Obsourne Street this week, there are still a few items of office furniture left that are seeking new homes. Read on for details of what is left and how to claim them (for a donation) if you are interested.
Our weekly roundup of news related to governance, trusteeship and leadership. A roundup from NCVO on governance is out. Interesting articles and publications to read. An update on our Induction training next week and more.
Everyone is invited to the launch of Positive Activities event on 26th April, 1-4pm at Centre 4. Read on for the advert.
Humber Coast and Vale Cancer Alliance is inviting patients and carers to attend a half-day patient participation workshop on Thursday 25th May from 1pm til 4pm at the Mercure Hotel in Hull. The workshop will allow patients, organisations and carers wih an interest in cancer to discuss and share their ideas about how to improve cancer services locally. Read on for full details and to RSVP.
Further to the two ERDF calls recently released for the Humber LEP area, the Technical Assistance Partnership will be holding a breakfast launch event in April and two workshops. Read on for full details and to book your place.
The Royal Commonwealth Society is pleased to announce that the theme for The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2017 is ‘A Commonwealth for Peace’. The competition is open to all citizens and residents of the Commonwealth aged 18 and under and is open until 1st May 2017. Read on for details.