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.
Every fortnight we publish “Funding Focus” to highlight a number of locally relevant funds and the ways VANEL can support you in your applications. This time: upcoming funding surgeries in July with Gary Allen, with Paul Cheesman from the Tribune Trust and with Richard Wendel-Jones about HYA funding and our new Crime Reduction Fund. Also a quick list of upcoming grant application dates, an overview of funding support services from VANEL and more details about the Tribune Trust.
Humber and Wolds Rural Community Council is coordinating a voluntary transport scheme which covers NEL and supports isolated residents or those who are unable to access public transport services. If you are interested in finding out more, please contact Carole Foster, Administrator/Support Worker or any of the team at HWRCC by telephoning (01652) 637700 or by email: email@example.com
Are you a resident or business owner living or based in North Cleethorpes? Have your say on how Big Local funding should be spent by attending one of Big Local’s weekly meetings or by emailing John@VANEL.org.uk. Young people aged 14 – 24 who have ideas about how the funding could be spent are encouraged to contact Big Local Youth Development Worker Jasmin Flint. Read on for full details.
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VANEL’s Volunteer Managers Network celebrated this year’s National Volunteers Week (1st -7th June) by holding a Volunteer Recruitment Fair in Peoples Park on Friday 2nd June. The event was attended by VANEL Member organisations such as Dementia Awareness, YMCA Humber, and Counting Hope and also served as the launch of VANEL’s latest funding success, ‘The Blue Lights Brigade’.
VANEL is delighted to announce its most recent success in securing Big Lottery Fund monies for its new project which will recruit and train retired emergency service officers as local volunteers with local community safety partners. The project is live now so read on for much more information about the project, how to get in contact and to read the official press release.
VANEL are hiring four students who will be in the third year of their degree this September to work as Youth Leadership Mentors on the IGNITE programme, starting this September. This is a paid position requiring 15 hours a week, flexible to fit around your studies. If you are interested in working with young people and would like to earn some extra money, submit an application form by no later than 30th June 2017.