Wales Council of the Blind and Wales Council of the Deaf have a produced Continue reading
Felicitie Walls, Volunteering Manager at WCVA, explores how changes to volunteering could enable young people to counteract the negative effects of lockdown restrictions on their lives, in the short and medium term.
Guidance for care home providers for adults and children on how to enable safe visiting during the coronavirus pandemic. This guidance also applies to supported living and extra care settings.
On the 16th May 2019, there was a poster at Rhyd-y-Pennau village hall advertising an open day at Tregerddan Care Home, with a view to a new career. Continue reading
Short-term homeworking solutions could be costing charities more. Jonathan Levy, Managing Director of Class Networks, explains why it’s time to set up longer term solutions and business continuity plans.
E-gift cards for volunteers – updated guidance from Welsh Government on supermarkets schemes to help volunteers shop for the vulnerable
Volunteer gift cards can be purchased online and used by people other
than the purchaser to buy shopping in store for them. Continue reading
The Welsh Language Commissioner’s office is offering free translations under 1000 words to voluntary organisations during the coronavirus pandemic.
With the support of our partner businesses, Neighbourly are launching a series of micro-grants of up to £400, to support good causes that are helping communities affected by the new Coronavirus outbreak.
The safest and most secure ways to pay a shopping volunteer for your groceries Continue reading
This guidance has been produced to support voluntary organisations with
safeguarding issues related to financial transactions during the coronavirus
outbreak. Continue reading