What you need to know
Managing Volunteers Forum on 27 September 2018 at 2pm – 4pm at Interlink – we will be introducing the new Volunteering Wales database to demonstrate the new way to register volunteer opporotunities.
Diary Marker! Treorchy Volunteering Fayre on 25 September 2018 at Treorchy Comprehensive School at 10am – 7pm – Book your place by 14 September!
at Treorchy Comprehensive School CF42 6UL 10.00am – 7.00pm Tues 25 September 2018 in partnership with Treorchy Comprehensive School, Cwm Taf Public Service Board and Stronger Rhondda All voluntary organisations are invited to come along to the School and recruit young people as volunteers (Years 10, 11 and 6th Form). After the end of the school day, there will be a funding workshop around the Wellbeing Plan and networking, followed by a chance to promote your volunteering opportunities to parents and the public.
To book you place: Please email email@example.com or call 01443 846200 4pm Fri 14 September. Spaces are limited: The event is FREE but there will be a charge of £25 for those who book a place and do not turn up and fail to inform before the event.
The new Volunteering Wales Platform – Help! Where do I start?
For Admin support within RCT please contact Thomas Crockett at Interlink on 01443 846200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona Liddell, Volunteering Development Manager at WCVA, offers some tips on using the new Volunteering Wales website, which was launched in June.
Click on the link about to find out more!
Volunteer Opportunity – Do you have a few hours to spare on the 7 October to help out during the Cardiff Half Marathon?
For more information contact Giuliana Kinnerly, Communications Officer at Age Connects Morgannwg on 01443 490650
Pontypridd Panthers Basketball Club recognises the value and importance of volunteering for young people For the past two years the club have encouraged their young members to get involved in coaching, refereeing and officiating. The club recognise that the self-confidence and social skills gained by undertaking volunteer roles within the club are invaluable. Not only do these opportunities provide the young people with a greater understanding of the game that they love, but it provides them with the chance to build leadership skills, take responsibility, be role models for the younger children in the club and help them with building a CV for the future. www.facebook.com/Pontypriddpanthers/
Ponty Park Volunteer Days 2018-19
For more information please contact: Parc Coffa Ynysangharad War Memorial Park 01443 404699 • 01443 492475
Parkinson’s – Live Loud! Volunteers Needed in Cwm Taf
Interested in this role? Or any other volunteer role with Parkinson’s UK? Please contact Rebecca Lydon, Volunteer Co-ordinator for South Wales on 0344 225 3714 / email@example.com.