Caithness Voluntary Group
Caithness Voluntary Group exists to support the voluntary sector in Caithness by representing and supporting voluntary groups and individuals interested in or actively volunteering, facilitating co-operation, and enabling citizens to access the decision making processes affecting their community.
It aims to present the common policies and concerns of voluntary organisations, to develop new ways of responding to need in partnership with statutory and other health, social work, education, environmental and recreation agencies and others concerned with the social and economic regeneration of the area.
Caithness Voluntary Group is a partner in the Highland Third Sector Partnership Highland Third Sector Partnership - www.htspinterface.org.uk/
The HTSP formed from a partnership which involved eight existing members from across the Highland region. The interface was formalised in 2012 and was officially launched on the 4th of March 2013. The Third Sector Interface works together with the eight partners to deliver, amongst other services, four specific themes of work as agreed with the Scottish Government:
�Social Enterprise Development
�Supporting and Developing a Strong Third Sector
�Building the Third Sector Relationship with Community Plan
Yvonne Hendry - 01955 609960 yvonne[AT]cvg.org.uk
Catherine Patterson 01955 605002 volunteering[AT]cvg.org.uk
Niall Smith niall[AT]cvg.org.uk
Admin, Office services - get your photo copying and printing helen[AT]cvg.org.uk
Open 9.30am - 4.00pm
Due to budget cuts - From 1 October 2018 we will now be open from 9:30 - 2:00pm Monday to Friday
Caithness Voluntary Group
News for Caithness Voluntary Group
Tuesday 3rd September 2019 10am - noon Pulteney Centre, Wick. This event, delivered by Volunteer Scotland will provide you with the opportunity to discuss the PVG Disclosure Bill in greater detail.
Good Governance Training will be delivered on Tuesday 3rd September, Pulteney Centre 7pm-8.30pm. Your members what are they?, Ever wondered why you have members and why they are there.
Caithness Voluntary Group have just published the following opportunities in their latest newsletter. Caithness and North Sutherland Fund The CNSFund was established by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, DSRL and Dounreay Stakeholder Group to distribute a £4m funding package to community organisations for projects that will increase the attractiveness of Caithness and North Sutherland as a place to live, work and invest.
Wednesday 12th June, 10am-1.30pm. Pulteney Centre, Wick.
THE county's third Health and Wellbeing Market is taking place at the Pulteney Centre in Wick on Saturday May 18th. There will be more than 20 stalls offering information on health and wellbeing services that can be accessed in Caithness.
Applications for the NHS Highland Third Sector Funding have just opened. NHS Highland believes that a thriving third sector is a real asset to the Highlands.
Wednesday 12th June 2019, 10am-1.30pm. Pulteney Centre, Wick.
With spring around the corner we will be looking forward to some nice weather and more daylight to enable us to get outside more. There is more and more evidence that making more use of local green spaces and natural places can help guard against and manage key health issues such as depression, coronary heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, obesity and dementia.
Question Is it not ironic that funds are being disbursed via Scottish Government when at the same time local councils are making major cuts in third sector funding and education? --------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------- Communities in the Highlands and Islands have been awarded more than £2 million to find new ways to improve people's lives and services. The funding will benefit 22 community and third sector groups who will use the investment to deliver innovative and long-lasting projects which tackle inequality, poverty and support inclusion in the local community.
Caithness Voluntary Group, in partnership with Pulteneytown People's Project and Thurso Community Development Trust have been awarded 183,296 to employ the four full-time development workers and a part-time co-ordinator. The 12-month project will employ, a community development worker for Wick will be employed by PPP and based at the Pulteney Centre, as will a childcare development worker.
If you contact this Organisation, please let them know, you found them in the Community.Caithness.Org