Counting Hope is holding a charity Race Night on Friday 15th September at Holton-Le-Clay Cricket Club. Entry to the event is £6 including food and all profit will be divided equally between Counting Hope and the Elite Marching Band. Read on for details.
Places are still available on the AIS/Community Grants course aimed at young people between 18 and 30 who are unemployed. The course aims to help young people find out about local employment opportunities and can provide them with taster sessions in the renewables sector. Interested parties should contact Lorna Grant by emailing email@example.com.
Humber Learning Consortium are managing the ESF Community Grants Programme 2016-2018 and are pleased to announce the launch of the 4th round of funding available.The aim of the fund is to help unemployed people progress towards employment through access to learning and training opportunities delivered by not for profit organisations in the heart of predominantly disadvantaged communities. The deadline for Humber and East Riding applications is Friday 30th June– 4.00pm. For more information contact Jacquie Newman on 01482 327438 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our weekly roundup of news related to governance, trusteeship and leadership: Governance update from NCVO. A couple of Governance conferences. Details about the July relaunch of the Charity Governance Code and VANEL’s related workshop in July. A guide from NPC for smaller charities and and excellent ACEVO guide on finance for trustees. Read on.
The Youth Social Action Programme is now open to applications for grants from groups working with young people between the ages of 10 and 20 years old (or 25 for young people with learning disabilities) living in Greater Lincolnshire. The programme funds activities which encourage young people to learn new skills by taking part in social action and volunteering.
Last week West Marsh Community Centre celebrated the grand unveiling of their new community gym. The gym is open to people of all ages and is holding special sessions every Thursday from 5 pm -7 pm specifically for young people. Read on for full details.
VANEL are helping to celebrate this year’s Armed Forces Weekend by arming members of the public with a variety of blockage busting freebies and informative materials. Join Victoria and Helen at Kings Baptiste Church from 10 am – 4 pm on Saturday 1st July, and bag yourself a free Anglian Water goody bag!
Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council (HWRCC) are looking for volunteers car drivers to transport and act as delivery drivers to people who have difficulty accessing public and private transport. Read on for more information about the scheme and how to become a volunteer.
The deadline for applications for the four Youth Leadership Mentor positions starting this September with VANEL’s IGNITE team is Friday 30th June. Applicants must be going into the third year of the degree course this September. This is a paid position requiring 15 hours per week and is flexible to fit around your studies. Read on for full details and how to apply.