Deputy Minister for Agriculture and European Programmes, Alun Davies, has announced plans for a formal public consultation on future EU Programmes in Wales.
Charities Online will replace the current R68(i) Gift Aid and tax repayments claims form.
The Code of Fundraising Practice represents the standards set by and expected of all Institute of Fundraising members.
Grants of up to £5,000 will be available with one Key County Project each to the value of £10,000 in Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire and two Key County Projects to the value of £10,000 in Carmarthenshire.
WCVA has launched a new financial bond to assist in the development of cost-effective services through partnership between the public and third sectors.
A £30 million loan fund has been launched to create community hubs, activity centres and other office premises for charities across Wales.
As part of a new strategic framework, Heritage Lottery Fund has recently launched revised guidance and applications materials for key programmes.
Round 2 of the Youth Development Fund is now open – £10,000 is available to distribute to youth groups in Carmarthenshire.
The Sustainable Hubs is being delivered in the 32 Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in the Amman and Gwendraeth Valleys in Carmarthenshire and 3 LSOAs in the Amman Valley in Neath Port Talbot.