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Victims Champion recognised with Lifetime Achievement Award

This week we were able to catch up with Sonia Evans from Victim Support who won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the recent Stafford and District Volunteer Star Awards organised by Support Staffordshire.  Sonia wasn’t able to receive her award on the night so we arranged for Lin Carter, Director of LSC Nursing and Care Services the main event sponsor and award sponsor, to present the award to Sonia at the LSC offices in Marston Road, Stafford.

Volunteer Management

Who should attend:

This course is aimed at volunteer managers and co-ordinators or anyone with responsibility for managing volunteers.

Overview:

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 Right Start: Involving Volunteers

This training is funded by Staffordshire County Council. To access this session for FREE you must be a member of Support Staffordshire. Support Staffordshire reserves the right to charge you for your booking if you are not a member.

FREE places are restricted to TWO per organisation for this session so please check with your organisation before booking. Additional names can be added to a waiting list.

Volunteer Recruitment Events

Support Staffordshire can help you overcome the barriers to help find the right volunteering opportunity for you. We are a local charity working within your community, helping other charitable groups to develop and grow. We have hundreds of volunteering opportunities on offer with local good causes, and because we work with such a wide variety of community groups, we can help you find just the right role for you.

Volunteering can have such a huge impact on your life in so many different ways. One volunteer said,

The Star of the Show

When Support Staffordshire held its 2019 Volunteer Star Awards at Westwood Golf Club, Leek on 13th June, the winner of the most prestigious award – the Lifetime Achievement Award - was unfortunately absent and the audience had to applaud a photo of her. There was a very good reason for this as the winner, Nancy Coates, was celebrating her 100th birthday that very day!

Trustees wanted for Emmaus North Staffs

Do you want to help support a new, exciting and developing charity in North Staffs?

Emmaus North Staffs (owner of Furniture Mine in Hanley) is seeking business-minded people to join their ever-growing board of trustees and help drive the charity forward.

Do you have a passion to help people who are suffering at the margins of society?  Could you share this passion with us? 

Do you have essential business skills that could help a local charity that is part of a 350-strong global movement of homelessness charities?  Could you share your business skills with us?

We need volunteers. We need you!

Life with cancer in Staffordshire is still life; we’ll help you live it.

The Cancer Support Programme (CaSP) is a partnership between the Beth Johnson Foundation and Macmillan Cancer Support.

We are here to provide links to social, emotional and practical support to adults living with and beyond a cancer diagnosis.

The Beth Johnson Foundation has a long history of providing volunteering opportunities and are looking to recruit and train volunteers to give support to people living with and beyond cancer in Staffordshire.