Phone: 01909 476118
email: admin@bcvs.org.uk

Bolsover Together

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Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service have been commissioned to provide short term support to Bolsover Community Sector until March 31st 2019.

This support includes:

Communications with and between Voluntary and Community Sector organisations in the Bolsover District.
• Facebook and Twitter accounts
• Weekly news bulletin. (Please scroll down to subscribe at the bottom of this page)
• Latest news feed on the BCVS web page

Advice and Guidance.
• Providing signposting and practical support to Bolsover VCO’s
• Face to face, email and telephone triage to Bolsover groups and individuals
• Support to access funding opportunities via the Idox funding portal on the BCVS website
• Group development and governance structure advice and/or signposting to appropriate services within the district

Additional Support.
• Policy and compliance
• Quality system development
• Business and Strategic planning
• Trustee / Volunteer recruitment
• Training

To contact us with any community news details, voluntary sector news or any other queries, please email Annie Parry on officecoordinator@bcvs.org.uk or call 01909 476118 ext 21.

Please visit the Facebook Page and  Twitter Feed to help you keep up to date with community news from the Bolsover District.

The Equality & Human Rights Framework is coming to the East Midlands

The Equality and Diversity Forum (EDF) has partnered with Nottingham Community and Voluntary Service (NCVS) to deliver the Equality and Human Rights Framework learning programme in the East Midlands. This is a free digital toolkit and learning programme for voluntary and community sector organisations, and all VCS organisations across the East Midlands are invited to participate – whatever your size or level of experience.

Supported by the Baring Foundation, this is the first time the training has come to the East Midlands. It is designed to help organisations explore how equality and human rights can help achieve your core purpose, and how you can integrate equality and human rights into your work to improve outcomes for the people you work with.

The learning programme is free but to confirm your place you are asked to provide a refundable deposit of £50. This deposit will be repaid once you have completed the learning programme. Travel bursaries are available for those most in need.

You will be required to attend a full day learning session on Thursday 11 October, followed by a half day workshop on Thursday 8 November. All sessions take place at NCVS, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham NG1 3FB.

Please register your place as early as possible as we expect this programme to be popular. Confirmation of participation will be made on a rolling basis, ending 9 October 2018.

For more information and to book pleease CLICK HERE

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