IGNITE would like to thank everyone who attended and supported our event to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March at the Town Hall in Grimsby. In total, over 160 visitors attended the event where they were met by 26 local organisations who exhibited and represented opportunities for women within their organisations. Diversity was […]
News from and about VANEL
At a meeting on 19th February our current Young Reporters and Peer Mentors welcomed the new recruits who will be writing for the coming months and thanked the outgoing Young Reporters for their hard work and interesting articles over the last four months. Read on for the whole article about this transition and to be introduced to our new young reporters
VANEL is recruiting for a North East Lincolnshire Neighbourhood Watch Area Network Coordinator. This is a part-time role. Read on for full description, job description and application form. Closing date 29th March 2019 12noon.
VANEL are very pleased that we managed to secure funding from The National Lottery Communities Fund for our Volunteer Passport scheme specifically targeting young adults. Read on for the story and an overview of what we’re up to with this Volunteer Passport scheme.
In this article, Kirsty from the IGNITE team explains the origins of International Womens Day, what the day is all about and reminds us of the event on the day that VANEL are leading in Grimsby. Read on for this interesting story.
We’ve just finished with Shrove Tuesday 2019 but, to CASE and VANEL, it marks one year until our Pancake Day race in 2020, which we are launching today. The race will be held on Tuesday 25 February 2020 on the Humber Bridge. We know it’s very far off, but read on for all the details of the event.
Copyright is a form of Intellectual Property (IP) that is relevant to each and every charity and voluntary organisation, yet it is something that most trustees, committee members or management teams either overlook or know very little about. So take a read of our introductory guide to Copyright.
Do you host volunteers? Do you want to show your volunteers that you’re well placed to look after them? SVA is your answer
The Supporting Volunteers Award (SVA) from VANEL is a quality accreditation that lets your volunteers know that you have their best interests in mind and are committed to their volunteering journey. As an independently verified self-assessment process, SVA also gives you the chance to find out what you’re doing well and to tighten up on your volunteer hosting practices where things can be improved. So if you host volunteers you should learn more about SVA. Read on the understand why SVA is important.