Help for Organisations
The CAVO Support and Skills Team assist community voluntary groups throughout Ceredigion by empowering, developing the capacity and the delivery of a range of support services including information, advice and training.
The CAVO Support and Skills team are able to provide:
– Development support to enable groups to undertake and manage projects,
– Information and support in developing governing documents and policies,
– Support in setting up and choosing an appropriate governing structure.
– Funding information,
– Information on legislation and other current issues affecting the sector.
– Create and facilitate networking opportunities
– Offer a range of training opportunities for the sector, from our own training programme, bespoke training, or support to identify appropriate training provided by other support agencies in our region.
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The Welsh Government Coastal Communities Fund encourages the economic development of coastal communities in Wales by giving funding to create sustainable economic growth and jobs.
Who can apply
Who can apply?
If you’re unsure if you’re eligible to apply, use our online eligibility checker to find out – https://www.surveygizmo.eu/s3/90246603/The-Welsh-Government-Coastal-Communities-Fund-Eligibility-Checker
You can apply for round six of Coastal Communities Fund in Wales if you are a:
- private sector company
- local authority
- other public sector body
- voluntary and community sector organisation
- social enterprise, including co-operatives and community ownership initiatives
- development agency
Your organisation must have a minimum of two unrelated members aged 18 or over on the management committee.
We are unable to fund individuals or sole traders.
You can contact our Advice team by emailing email@example.com
calling 02921 680214 – this will connect you with one of our staff working from home and is open between 09.00 and 17.00, Monday to Friday.
For further information please click here
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