Home Energy Scotland provides free, impartial advice to help people reduce their energy bills and make homes affordable to heat. They deliver free training throughout Scotland in order to increase awareness amongst third sector staff and volunteers engaged in challenging fuel poverty.
CVS Falkirk are currently working towards the launch of the Third Sector Impact Survey for 2016.
The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service (SFRS) is currently undergoing a national consultation process on their draft Strategic Plan 2016-19, which commenced on Wednesday 1st June and is open for 10 weeks until Tuesday 9th August 2016. They are looking for input, which can be found online at the Fire Scotland website.
Photographs from the CVS Falkirk Volunteer Awards Ceremony 2016 are now available for purchase from the Bill Miller Photographers website.
In April, Police Scotland launched a year-long online consultation, “Your View Counts”. They want to hear from members of the public throughout the year.
We at CVS Falkirk would like to congratulate the winners from our Volunteer Awards Ceremony 2016 on Monday 6th June.
The Annual General Meeting of Falkirk & District Community Safety Panel is being held on Wednesday 1st June 2016 at 7pm. The AGM will take place in Committee Rooms A & B of the Municipal Buildings in Falkirk.
CVS Falkirk has invited Volunteer Scotland to host a number of PVG Scheme drop-in sessions in Falkirk throughout the summer, following their workshop at our Third Sector Conference in February.
The Dolphin Club are looking for volunteers aged 16 and over to help support their swimming group. The Dolphin Club provides swimming sessions dedicated to people with special needs, physical disability or anyone recovering from illnesses such as a stroke, injury, or arthritis.
The Department for Public Health has launched a consultation to inform the development of a new strategy improving support for carers. The deadline for responses is Thursday 30th June 2016.