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Gareth Fletcher

Hull CVS Volunteer Academy Programme Launched – Strengthening the foundations of Volunteering in Hull.

On Monday 20th May 2024, Hull CVS are pleased to announce the launch of a bespoke Volunteer Academy Programme to support the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) Sector in Hull. The Hull CVS Volunteer Academy Programme runs until March 2025 and has been designed to work around any existing organisational or role based training, providing free one-day core training to volunteers.

Be Connected Loneliness Conference

Hull CVS are teaming up with partners across the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector to shine a light on loneliness at the Be Connected Loneliness Conference on Friday 10th November 2023.

Creation of a Volunteer Forum

Hull CVS are looking to create a volunteers forum to provide the opportunity for volunteers to come together to share views and experiences and increase engagement with our volunteers throughout the sector.

Looking to set up a charity bank account?

Setting up a bank account for your organisation may be a new venture and not you are not sure where to start. Charity bank accounts are open to a range of organisations, as long as they’re not-for-profit.

Trustee Welcome Pack and Resources

Alongside the training which we can provide at Hull CVS, Bitesize Good Governance for Trustees, provides a starter training session for new and existing trustees, the charity commission also have some fantastic resources. These enable you to understand your roles as charity trustees in the form of a trustee welcome pack.

Loneliness Conference

In June, Hull CVS attended a loneliness conference organised by MyBabble, in order to bring together professionals across different sectors, including voluntary sector, NHS services and international organisations.

Smile Trustee Academy

Becoming a Trustee is a great way to use and develop skills and give something back to the local community, helping to make the charity sector stronger and more resilient.

Community Automated External Defibrillators Fund

The funding is expected to provide an estimated 1,000 new defibrillators in community spaces across England. This could include town halls, community centres, local shops, post offices and local parks, to ensure that defibrillators are evenly spread throughout communities and easily accessible if someone is experiencing an unexpected cardiac arrest.

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