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Spring trail | Easter trail | Jazz Steps | Easter holiday club | Stripey honey...is very yummy! | Make a butterfly feeder
THE GOOD TIMES is a bi-monthly e-zine providing an insight into charities, social enterprises and businesses working to improve their local communities. It features articles describing the impact organisations are making and sharing the lessons they’ve learnt, as well as commentary on the current issues affecting the charity sector.
The latest updates from the Charity Digital world | Digital Fundraising | HR Efficiencies | Digital Inclusion
Saturday 23rd March, 2pm - 4pm
Working with domestic abuse survivors experiencing multiple disadvantage (complex needs), Djanogly Learning Trust. Tuesday 26th March.
The latest matrix of all the latest volunteering opportunities available at Age UK Nottingham and Nottinghamshire.
WIN a family ticket to see When a Tiger Came to Tea | CHECK your eligibility for childcare funding | FIND OUT about Easter holiday activities | and more!
The newsletter from PCC Paddy Tipping
We have spent the past 2 years meeting and consulting with our member organisations across the English Coalfield regions to better understand the needs in coalfield communities. We have also reviewed several thousand funding enquiries to look for common issues and to ensure our revised Coalfields Community Investment Programme (CCIP) accurately reflects the real needs in coalfield communities whilst remaining focused on improving skills, employment opportunities and health & wellbeing.
Saturday 30th March 2.00pm - 4.30pm
[CDN Alerts] How to introduce new tech to your charity
[CDN Alerts] Discover how your charity can succeed at social media.
When you are giving to charities, make sure you are giving to the right causes.
The British Public are very generous when giving to a good cause, although with the generosity of up to £75 billion being given each year this poses an attractive market for criminals.
These Awards celebrate the very best in fundraising and are a unique opportunity for you, a colleague or a team in your charity to showcase your excellent fundraising and the impact your work has had on your cause.
Rotherham Pride 2019 has plenty of opportunities for individuals or groups to get involved.
From site build and de-rigging, event stewards, parade stewards, activity and workshop assistants, fundraising, photography, main stage assistants, after party crew and many more.