Trustees are the people who lead and run charities in the UK. You too could be a Trustee. So read on to find out more about these important roles and how to get started.
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This week is Trustees’ Week (running from 12th-16th November). It’s an annual opportunity to celebrate the role of the volunteers who help run and lead charities across the UK. VANEL is on board with this initiative and you can read here our first take on Trustees’ Week, some useful information and useful resources.
Headlines This week has been Youth Work Week and our IGNITE team has been out meeting young people as part of this initiative. Then next week will be National Trustees’ Week and, as always, VANEL will be making the most of the chance to celebrate leadership of voluntary organisations in all its forms. Read on […]
RETIRED health service manager Lesley Brown is one member of an ‘unsung volunteer army’ in North East Lincolnshire, which offers vital support to hundreds of charity and volunteer organisations. Next week is National Trustees’ Week so we’ve got a story about a couple of local charity trustees and why they became trustees in the first place.
Bee Future Aviators (BFA) just held their first flying experience event to get young people passionate about potential flying careers. The charity is just getting going and is seeking trustees at the moment, so read the article to learn more about how the experience is going to be working.
Over the last weekend of September the IGNITE team were a bit busy doing their bit towards fundraising, awareness raising and the environment. It was Macmillan coffee morning time as well as time for a River cleanup. Everyone got very involved, the weather was kind for the outdoor activities and over £150 was raised for […]
Jenny Hodson will never grow old and lives by her mantra: “You can’t stay young forever, but you can be immature for the rest of your life.” Jenny leads our IGNITE team and has just completed a wingwalk for charity. Read on to find out about her impressive life of volunteering.
Local charity, the Gardiner Hill Foundation which supports people with mental health problems has been granted a £10,000 National Lottery Award to help combat social isolation in vulnerable adults in North East Lincolnshire. Read on to find out the story about the new ‘Only the Lonely’ project.
GRIMSBY heroes who lost their lives during the Great War are to be remembered during a special service, to be held on the West Marsh.
And the call has gone out for relatives of those lost, along with local residents, to take part in the service, which will be held at the permanent home of the area’s Memorial Cross and is being supported by our IGNITE team. Read on for the whole story.
A copy of the e-bulletin for 7th September. Read the original online here. Headlines So the holidays are over and this week our newsletter is back to its normal weekly slot. We’ve got bits and pieces of news for you as always, but the big story this week is from the IGNITE team. It’s the […]