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.
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
The safest and most secure ways to pay a shopping volunteer for your groceries Continue reading
Emma Morgan, Volunteer at WCVA, explains why you should consider creating volunteer virtual fundraising roles for your organisation.
Felicitie Walls, Volunteering Manager at WCVA, asks would-be volunteers who’ve signed up to help fight against coronavirus to be patient while the sector gets its bearings at this strange time.
Communities across the country are already starting to rally in support of each other during this pandemic. Continue reading
Coronavirus – Can You Help?
A new charter about relationships between paid workers and volunteers has been launched by WCVA and Wales TUC. Fiona Liddell considers why we need such a document.
The CHC represent independently and without bias the interests of patients and the public in the way that NHS services are planned and provided across the counties of Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.
Please help by sharing your NHS experiences with us (good or bad!). Continue reading
Our new Wales Social Prescribing Research Network (WSPRN) webpage has everything you need to know Continue reading