CVS Falkirk and other local groups are hosting a FREE Denny Wellbeing Event on Thursday 11th April, 10am – 2:30pm at Broompark Community Centre, Davies Row, Denny, FK6 6NP. With this event, we aim to provide people with information regarding local services in Denny and Falkirk. A wide variety of groups will be there on the day, along with different activities and a FREE raffle ticket for each attendee.
Falkirk Funders Fayre 2019 was a bustling hubbub of people, meetings and explanations, and we couldn’t be happier with the day!
There’s now only ONE WEEK TO GO until our FREE 2019 Funders Fayre (held in partnership with Falkirk Council), on Tuesday 5th March! We thought we’d take the opportunity to highlight our more of our stallholders who are attending for the first time this year, including: CharityBee, Community Shares Scotland, and Paths for All. Falkirk Funders Fayre 2019 takes place at Bowhouse Community Centre, 130 Bowhouse Road, Grangemouth, FK3 0EU, and is designed to give third sector, charity and voluntary organisations the opportunity to meet with a range of diverse funders and to learn about the various grant funding schemes available.
CVS Falkirk is currently recruiting a Communications Assistant via Community Jobs Scotland (CJS). The position is for 25 hours per week, with a wage in line with the Scottish Living Wage. This particular vacancy is only open to vulnerable unemployed 16 – 29 year olds, as part of CJS. The role will involve assisting with the provision of high quality communication services, enhancing the delivery of services provided to the third sector locally. The closing date for applications is Friday 1st March.
Bookings for Forth Valley Third Sector Conference are now closed; however, you can still keep up with the day itself by following the hashtag #FVConf19 on Twitter, where all three TSIs will be tweeting before and during the event, with pictures, videos and quotes from our attendees, workshop facilitators and stallholders.
This is your LAST CHANCE to book your place at this year’s Forth Valley Third Sector Conference: Growing Your Communities, with bookings closing at 5pm on Wednesday 6th February. The second Forth Valley Third Sector Conference, held in partnership between CVS Falkirk, CTSI and SVE, will take place on Wednesday 13th February at Alva Academy in Clackmannanshire. Tickets are £10 each, covering the cost of lunch provided by a local charitable organisation.
With Forth Valley Third Sector Conference 2019 LESS THAN TWO WEEKS away, we’re continuing our highlights of some workshops on the day, including: Creating Cultures for Co-Production, Crowfunding: A New Way of Funding Third Sector, The Importance of Young Trusteeship in Scotland, and Tackling Inequalities: Everyone Has A Role To Play! Our second Forth Valley Third Sector Conference, held in partnership with our colleagues at CTSI and SVE, will take place on Wednesday 13th February at Alva Academy in Clackmannanshire.
The Community Ownership Support Service (COSS) are holding a Community Ownership: Assets for People and Place event for Forth Valley on Saturday 2nd March, 9:30am – 3:30pm at the Forth Valley Sensory Centre, Redbrae Road, Camelon, FK1 4DD. The event is specifically designed to inform communities about their rights regarding asset transfer. Attendees will learn about the powers communities have to take ownership, lease or manage land and buildings, what assets can be transferred into community ownership, and how to go about it.
With the 2019 Forth Valley Third Sector Conference only THREE WEEKS away, we’re highlighting some of the workshops on the day, including: Scotland’s Public Health Priorities The Scottish Governance Code for the Third Sector The Community Justice Act: What Can Third Sector Organisations Do To Support This? How to Recruit and Retain Volunteers Our second…
We are delighted to announce keynote speakers for the 2019 conference on Wednesday 13th February at Alva Academy in Clackmannanshire. Anna Fowlie, the new Chief Executive of the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations (SCVO), will be speaking on workforce issues faced in the third sector, while in the afternoon Karyn McCluskey, Chief Executive of Community Justice Scotland, will talk about the part communities play in offender repayment.