Volunteering News

The Above and Beyond Awards are here to celebrate community groups in Ceredigion that go the extra mile

A message from Connect Ceredigion: We all know of groups in our area who go the extra mile to support those who access their services – there are hundreds of charities and community groups in your County, working with individuals and small groups, making their lives...

New framework for volunteering in health and social care

An interactive resource has been produced to enable volunteering to be sustained and better integrated in health and social care provision across Wales. It explores six key questions around volunteering, from the perspective of four different ‘audiences’:...

Do you want to make a difference, learn new skills and meet new people?

Do you want to make a difference, learn new skills and meet new people?

Community Health Councils (CHC) are the independent voice of people who live in Wales and use NHS services. We are made up of local volunteers who act as the eyes and ears of patients and the public. We are looking for enthusiastic people to encourage others to have...

Understanding your experience of the Volunteering Wales website

Wavehill are conducting a survey on behalf of the WCVA to help them to better understand peoples’ experience of using the Volunteering Wales website, and how a central volunteering site can best support organisations across Wales. A really important part of this...