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CASS is looking forward to celebrating another year with their Annual General Meeting to be  held on Thursday November 8th 2018 from 10:30am until 2pm at St. Bertelins Church Hall, Holmcroft Road, Stafford ST16 1JF. CASS would like to everyone to join them to hear what our future plans our, to share your idea of what Carers would like to see in the future and to meet our members of staff and trustees. As lunch will be provided please do call our office ahead to book your place on the day on 01785 222365. Make sure to save the date as CASS would love to see you there!”



SCVYS are pleased to invite members to the 2018 annual general meeting at Rising Brook Baptist Church.

The evening will celebrate the work of SCVYS over the past 12 months and will be followed by light refreshments.

We are delighted to announce that Ian Dudson, Lord Lieutenant of Staffordshire, will be speaking to those present.

Pathway Patrons Present an Evening with Charles Hanson

Pathway Project one of our member organisations are holding a charity evening on Tuesday 25 September 2018 at Swinfen Hall Hotel Lichfield WS14 9RE.

Charles will entertain you about life as a renowed auctioneer and what it's like behind the camera. Plus you will see Charles in action! Help to raise funds for Pathway by bidding in their exciting auction of amazing and extraordinary items, and experiences money can't buy.

Considered having your training programme Quality Endorsed?

If you are an organisation delivering bespoke training which falls outside of the regulated qualifications market you may be interested in having your training quality endorsed by an awarding body with a ‘mark of trust’.  External quality endorsement allows you the flexibility to develop training and development programmes that meet the needs of your staff, volunteers or service whilst maintaining high standards of delivery.

Getting Started with Legacy Fundraising

A legacy gift will often be the largest single donation a supporter will ever make. Legacies provide around £1.9 billion income for charities every year and the legacy market is experiencing strong growth. All charities no matter how large or small should consider how they can build a legacy income stream into their charity’s funding mix. Understanding why people make such gifts, and how to handle what is often a simultaneously sensitive and daunting topic, will help you tap into this source of funds and boost your charity’s income.

Garry Jones's blog

Next week, Staffordshire County Council’s cabinet will agree its Medium Term Financial Strategy (MTFS) which outlines its expected financial position for the coming years. It’s essentially a budget, though in recent years it has become synonymous with a list of savings that need to be made. The years ahead are no different and immediately the county council is planning on the basis of needing to make around £35 million of savings in each of the next few years.

Together We're Better Feedback Ambassador workshop session

Together We’re Better is the partnership transforming health and social care for the people of Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent. It is made up of NHS and local government organisations, alongside the two local Healthwatch and voluntary and community organisations, including Support Staffordshire.

As part of this work, Together We’re Better (TWB) runs a Feedback Ambassador programme, which seeks to utilise the skills and experience of local volunteers.

Walk Leaders wanted in Tamworth

Do you like walking? Would you like to lead a weekly walk? Community Together CIC is looking for volunteers to lead their weekly walks.

Walks go from Sir Robert Peel Community Hospital on a Tuesday 10am until 11am and 1pm until 2pm.  They also run from the Community Hub in the Castle Grounds on a Thursday at 11.30am until 12.30pm.

They are offering FREE Walk Leader training.  In return they ask for you to commit to leading 12 walks over 12 months, only one a month!