On the 24th January 2013, public, private and voluntary sector organisations signed the Carmarthenshire Armed Forces Community Covenant at a ceremonial event.
The Volunteering in Wales grant scheme is one of Wales’ premier volunteering support schemes. It has been run by WCVA since 1982 and has helped to recruit, train and support thousands of new volunteers.
CISS is a charity dedicated to helping anyone affected by cancer, whether they are a patient, relative, carer or friend. We are expanding our services and are looking to appoint new trustees. The position of Treasurer on the Board of Trustees will also shortly become vacant.
If you would like to find out more or become involved in your local project then come along to the Community Information Event at Yr Aelwyd Sheltered Scheme, Tregynnor Carmarthen
This half-day seminar, aimed at those who involve volunteers in their work, will look at how you can make this work. We will explore some of the tools available to you, provide some guidance on how to get it right for your organisation and signpost you to further learning and resources.
Aims: To introduce participants to the key principles of impact assessment and enable them to use the Volunteering Impact Assessment Toolkit to carry out an impact assessment of volunteering in their own organisation or project.
From Spring 2013, individuals will no longer have to apply for a new criminal record check each time they apply for a position. Instead, they will only have to apply once to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) for a certificate and then go online for an instant check to find out if the existing certificate is still up to date.
At the CAVS office at The Mount, 18 Queen Street, Carmarthen, SA31 1JT between 10.00 am and 12.00 noon
We are now seeking to appoint one non-Samaritan volunteer member who demonstrates strategic knowledge and skills ideally in the area of fundraising / marketing in Wales. You will demonstrate a genuine interest in Samaritans and help us to develop new partnerships which have the potential to raise new funds to support our work in Wales.