“Pride of Plate” is back for another vegan cake competition and fundraiser at Moon on the Water in Cleethorpes on 25th February. Read on to find out more. See you there for a slice of cake!
News from VANEL, from Members and Friends and of local interest to everyone in the voluntary or community sector across North East Lincolnshire.
Our weekly roundup of news related to governance, trusteeship and leadership: Some new useful tools to use when assessing your governance using the new Charity Governance Code and a vitally important update on serious incident reporting – something ALL your trustees need to read.
If you ran out of time to apply for funding from the Humberside Youth Association (HYA) funding pot – then you’ve got another chance! Read on to find out how you can still apply.
VANEL provides a DBS checking service. Here’s a quick explanation of the differences between basic, standard and enhanced checking. Find out more about this important service.
Last week I wrote an article about the importance of following the Fundraising Code of Practice. This week the Regulator has reissued the Code to align with upcoming GDPR. Read on for details. It’s now really important that you and your board are up to speed on this Code.
This event is organised by the NEL CCG and other partners. Find out where, when, why and how to book a place.
If you’re aged 16-30 and volunteering or if you’re supporting young people in volunteering, fundraising or other social action, then this new report will be worth a read. Find out more.
The “Our Place, Our Future” consultation comes to a close on Monday 19th February. So if you live or work in North East Lincolnshire and would really like to have a say about how being in the borough feels, then you’ve got until Monday to complete the consultation. Read on to find out more.
Grimsby Islamic Cultural Centre is taking part in the national Visit My Mosque day on Sunday 18th February. Read on to find out more about the invitation and how to attend.