Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA) is contributing a response to this consultation.
As the National Assembly’s first female Presiding Officer, I am committed to ensuring that everyone in Wales has a say in the way our country is run. In particular, I want Welsh women’s voices to be heard and their views valued.
Join Estyn Llaw for a seminar that will discuss the most recent developments in bilingual policy and practice from the perspective of 3rd sector organisations.
CAVS are hiring out PAT testing equipment to community venues, halls and groups throughout Carmarthenshire.
This course is suitable for those who are thinking about, or who are very new to the trustee role or for those who would like to refresh their skills and would like to gain a recognised qualification.
The first stage of the application process opened on 02/04/2012, for a new round of 2-year projects (2013-2014 to 2014-2015) to commence on 01/04/2013.
The “Active Mind, Active Body” event is for everyone interested in finding out more about leisure and sports activities, volunteering as well as further learning opportunities. The aim is to encourage people to be active and involved in their community.
Our aim is to establish a service user group to explore ways in which spirituality and religion aids recovery from mental health problems with an emphasis on the positive effects of belief rather than the content of that belief.