Falkirk Council want to hear from as many organisations in the community, voluntary and public sectors as possible to build a local picture of community learning and development approaches.
The Tesco Charity Trust has announced that the next closing date for its Community Awards scheme is the 24th April 2014.
Buttle UK, a UK charity that helps vulnerable young children, has announced that its grant making programmes are currently open for applications.
The next closing date for applications to the CashBack for Communities small grants scheme is Monday 1st June 2015.
Big Lunch Extras is a training programme from the Eden Project in Cornwall, funded by the Big Lottery Fund. It helps volunteers to run projects that will bring about positive change in their community, anything from community gardens and energy co-ops, to befriending schemes and cafes.
Education Through CashBack is a programme created by Scottish Sports Futures developed in partnership with Youth Scotland which aims to support those working with young people to enhance their understanding of the developmental value of sport.
Membership of SCVO is now free for organisations based in Scotland with an income of under £50,000.
Royal Voluntary Service are currently looking for volunteers to carry out maintenance of the gardens in the Falkirk Community Hospital grounds.
Royal Voluntary Service are currently looking for befriender volunteers for their “On Ward Service”.
Following on from the recent public meetings, Larbert, Stenhousemuir & Torwood Community Council invite you to complete a survey to give your views and opinions on what could be improved in the area.