Safer Communities CIC recognise that like many issues and challenges faced by local people the answers and solutions can often be found there too. More often than not it is local people who have the answers - the challenges of crime, anti-social behaviour, health and wellbeing and social isolation have all benefited from the innovation and dedication of local communities which is why…
Do you have a Staffordshire based project that inspires people to do the right thing with their waste?
Do you have an idea on how to help your community recycle, reuse or reclaim materials?
Does your community group or organisation encourage the reduction of single use plastics?
Safer Communities CIC are working in partnership with Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service to help reduce waste and single use plastic within the county with the aim to help to reduce the ever growing waste fires problem.
In partnership with Zurich, NCVO is pleased to introduce a series of Charity Risk Seminars in 2019. Our half day seminars will cover three key areas in risk management; risk assessment, data and security management and safeguarding.
The seminar will run from 09.30 until 13.00 and will cover the following topics:
Who should attend:
This course is aimed at volunteer managers and co-ordinators or anyone with responsibility for managing volunteers.
This is an ideal course for busy volunteer co-ordinators who wish to gain knowledge of best practice and how to apply it. The day will also provide opportunities to network and share information. The course will cover:
"The Together We're Better, Staffordshire Health and Care Partnership has been out and about across the county listening to local people's feedback about their experiences of health and care services and how they could be improved.
Two webinars have been organised to offer an opportunity to people who could not attend our listening events to share their views. The webinars will include an expert panel, live discussions and an opportunity to ask questions.
Voluntary organisations exist to have a positive impact on the communities they serve. Having a confident, diverse & skilled board that provides good governance is crucial for any organisation to fulfil its purpose.
Having good governance provides direction and supervision, whilst ensuring effectiveness and accountability for an organisation.
Direction. If you know where you’re going it’s much easier to get there. The board should have the capacity to set the strategy and overall direction; providing leadership for everyone in the organisation.
A place for wildlife, a place for people
If you want to find out about how Support Staffordshire can support your group
- Have your voice heard
- Share information and network with voluntary sector colleagues
Then the Forum is for you.
Please book your place using the contact details to the left
As many of you will be aware, the county council and partners currently invest in a service delivered as the Carers Hub, by People Plus.
We believe this service will be reshaped over the next year and anticipate a new service being awarded, to be delivered from September 2020. It’s not yet clear which funders will be investing in the service in the future, but we do understand the county council we continue to invest in a service.
Grants up to £2,000 are available to organisations to support projects that promote ecological science to a wide audience.
The British Ecological Society (BES) is providing grants through its Outreach Grants programme to help promote ecological science to a wide audience.
Ecology is defined by the BES as the scientific study of the distribution, abundance and dynamics of organisms, their interactions with other organisms and their physical environment.
The deadline for applications is 9 September 2019