Ceredigion association of voluntary organisations

CAVO

CAVO promotes & supports voluntary community action throughout Ceredigion.

If you’re already involved or would like to be part of the voluntary community sector in Ceredigion; WE CAN help you to realise new ideas and support your group and projects to move forward

About Us

CAVO Membership

 

There are a range of benefits to becoming a member of CAVO

Benefits of Membership:-

  • Members have full access to CAVO funding and development services
  • Reduced fees for our own training courses
  • Reduced cost room hire
  • Hire of equipment such as flip-charts, digital projector & screen, display boards
  • Reduced rate for some office services such as photocopying and faxing

Who are CAVO?

CAVO offer information and support with

  • Setting up and running a group
  • Funding
  • Project development
  • Developing best practice
  • Volunteering 
  • Advice on issues surrounding volunteer management
  • Bringing groups together to influence services and strategies
  • Keeping groups up to date with developments creating networking opportunities
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NEWS

Our Latest News

Local Places for Nature

Local Places for Nature

Heritage Fund are pleased to announce that the Welsh Government and National Lottery Heritage Fund Local Places for Nature grant scheme will once again be open for applications from Thursday June 9th. There is £920k available to allocate between now and March 2023....

Local Well-being Plan (2023-2028).

Local Well-being Plan (2023-2028).

The Public Services Board want people in Ceredigion to tell us what more local public services could do to improve well-being. We have four Well-being Objectives that will shape the next Local Well-being Plan (2023-2028). Go to https://haveyoursay.ceredigion.gov.uk/...

Good Governance

CAVO works to support organisations to comply with good governance practices.

Sustainable Funding

CAVO works to ensure a thriving and sustainable third sector where organisations secure and generate the resources they need to survive, thrive and remain relevant in the future.

Engagement and Influence

CAVO works to ensure that organisations can effectively influence policy, scrutinise public services and act as a route to civic participation especially for disadvantaged and minority groups.

Volunteering

CAVO provides information to support Ceredigion residents who want to volunteer and organisations who involve volunteers.

Case Studies

Read our latest case studies.

What is

Third Sector Support Wales

Third Sector Support Wales is a network of support organisations for the whole of the third sector in Wales. It consists of the 19 local and regional support bodies across Wales, the County Voluntary Councils (CVCs) and the national support body, Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA).

We work with citizens, volunteers and third sector groups to identify and address what matters to them.

CAVO’s Mission Statement

CAVO promotes & supports voluntary community action throughout Ceredigion.

If you’re already involved or would like to be part of the voluntary community sector in Ceredigion;

WE CAN help you to realise new ideas and support your group and projects to move forward. We’ll also help you to get new volunteers and keep you up to date with news about what’s happening in Ceredigion and beyond!

YOU CAN support us by letting us know about your successes and concerns so we can truly represent the sector and champion the essential work that’s being done.

Last year CAVO supported…

Enquiries about Volunteering

People attended CAVO events

Groups with Direct Advice

pounds in funding was accessed by groups

Get In Touch

Location: Bryndulais, Bridge Street, Lampeter, SA48 7AB

Telephone: 01570 423 232

Email: gen@cavo.org.uk

Mon – Thurs 9.30am to 4.30pm; Friday 9.30am to 4.00pm

 Office Opening Hours: Tuesday afternoon & Thursday morning