Hull CVS invite you to come along and hear about the plans for the future following the successful delivery of Hull City of Culture 2017. Continue reading ‘Involving the Third Sector in the City of Culture 2017 Legacy’ – Hull CVS Annual General Meeting – 27th November 2017
‘It’s important for us to give first class quality care to children and that is what we will do’
An Avenues nursery which has been nurturing children for 30 years has opened a new pre-school in a church hall.
Rainbows Nursery already has a centre in Salisbury Street, west Hull, but a second pre-school setting at St Ninian’s Hall in Chanterlands Avenue will open its doors on Monday. Continue reading A new ‘homely’ pre-school has opened in the Avenues
Yorkshire and the Humber is a big region with a big heart, says a new research report on the charitable sector. Funded by Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the survey of over 1,000 charities shows that there are 341,700 people who regularly volunteer in Yorkshire – giving over 24m hours of work each year. If paid average wages, it would cost £297m to replace them.
The voluntary sector makes a big economic contribution too. Yorkshire’s 10,250 Charities employ 85,000 full-time equivalent staff and the value of their wages alone is £1.8bn. Continue reading Major Study of the Charitable Sector in Yorkshire and The Humber Published by Durham University
Summer 2017 will mark the seventh year celebrating Small Charity Week (19th-24th June), a brainchild of the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) which was launched as a way of profiling the amazing work of the UK’s small charity sector. Continue reading Celebrating Small Charities with Small Charity Week 2017