SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT REVIEW OF LOCAL THIRD SECTOR INFRASTRUCTURE IN SCOTLAND - ONLINE SURVEY FOR THIRD SECTOR ORGANISATIONS
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We are pleased to announce the shortlist for our Volunteering Awards:
Young Volunteer of the Year
Mentors and Mentees will come together for a funfair themed Chance to Change celebration event on Tuesday 9th May, at the Hamilton Town House from 1pm-3pm.
Nominations are now closed for our Volunteering Awards, which will take place as part of Volunteers' Week in June.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate someone who you felt deserved special recognition for their voluntary work.
With volunteering recently described as the 'Golden Thread' of a participative society, this Volunteers' Week (1st-7th June) our pirate theme aims to show how much South Lanarkshire treasures its volunteers.
A new project which will support vulnerable young people in South Lanarkshire has received funding from The Big Lottery.
Chance 2 Change has been awarded three years funding to work with young people who are living with multiple complex challenges to help improve their mental health and wellbeing.
The following is the agenda for the February/March 2017 Third Sector Forum (TSF) Meetings:
We are looking for third sector organisations to fill out this year's Annual Survey. By taking part in this short questionnaire, you are helping us to measure our success in reaching our core outcomes as a third sector interface. These are:
Our new training calendar for the first quarter of 2017 is now available and bookings are open. We currently have 15 training sessions available covering a diverse range of topics include Basic Book Keeping, Child Protection Awareness, Evaluation methods and much more!
Please find the full calendar below. For more information on any of our training sessions or to return a booking form please contact email@example.com
Voluntary Action South Lanarkshire (VASLan) have heard from a number of third sector organisations in South Lanarkshire who are worried about proposed public sector funding cuts, and the impact it will have for vulnerable individuals and communities. It is vital that we as a sector and VASLan as the Interface, we come together and strongly promote South Lanarkshire’s Third Sector which is necessary to a future that sees empowered communities and local solutions thriving. You can show your support by using Twitter and Facebook and the hashtag - #SLWhoCares??