Big Potential - Get Ready for Investment
Big Potential, a BIG Lottery Fund grant fund, will deliver approximately £20m of grant funding over 3 years to eligible VCSE organisations with the aim of improving the sustainability, capacity and scale of VCSE organisations. There is still time to book on next week’s event (Tuesday 1st December, 9:30am - 3:30pm) to learn more about social investment and the Lottery fund for organisations to prepare for this new funding route.
Salvation Army Lunch Club
The Salvation Army Lunch Club is for elderly people who wish to spend a time of friendship and fellowship over a two course meal (main and dessert) on Wednesdays at 12 noon, at the Salvation Army Centre in Gorsehill.
The Salvation Army are also looking for a volunteer to help prepare and cook food for elderly individuals that attend the Salvation Army Centre in Gorsehill. This could include preparing vegetables and other food ingredients and ensuring that food is produced on time.
Nexus Project Looking for Volunteers
The Nexus Project is a new Youth Café and Live Music venue in Highworth. Operating during term time Mondays 4-6pm for years 7-8 and Wednesdays 4-6pm for years 9, 10 & 11 in the basement of Puddleducks, High Street, Highworth.
The Nexus Project are looking for Volunteers aged 16 plus who have a passion for supporting local projects and working with young people. No experience required as all training will be provided.
For more information on how you can get involved please contact Rosie Grant Willson or Charlotte Murdoch on Mobile: 07340642907 or 07340643040 or by email: highworthnexusproject @gmail.com
Nominate Yourself for an Epic Award
Does your creative group deserve recognition? Are you doing something new and interesting culturally? There's still time to nominate yourselves for an Epic Award.
From singing to knitting, amateur dramatics to painting, across the UK and Republic of Ireland over 60,000 groups regularly get creative purely for the love of it. The Epic Awards shine a light on their achievements, and the opportunities for creative participation they bring to local communities.
Online Training with NCVO's StudyZone
NCVO's StudyZone offers online training courses on a variety of subjects relevant to the charity sector. Some of their courses are available for free: