CVSC and Estyn Llaw Training “Developing bilingualism in your organisation: An introduction”
The aim of this course, which is organised jointly between Estyn Llaw and CVSC, is to give an introduction to local organisations on bilingualism. It will be purposeful for any charity or society which is interested in increasing their use of the Welsh language, and want practical support in doing so. The course is also […]Read More »
Celebrating Trustees Week “Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) Workshop”
What does it involve and is it right for your organisation? Come along to this informal and practical workshop, led by Jason Edwards, CVSC Enterprising Communities Officer to find out all about this recent new organisation structure and find out about: the benefits the challenges the how to… and when it is appropriate Please contact […]Read More »
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We are gathering support and information for a funding application for a growing need within the community. Your help would be greatly appreciated. Please follow the link to fill in a questionnaire QuestionnaireRead More »
Funding news | Newyddion cyllido
Please follow the link to read CVSC’s latest e-bulletin, which contains this month’s funding highlights | Dilynwch y ddolen i ddarllen e-fwletin diweddaraf CVSC, sy’n cynnwys uchafbwyntiau cyllido mis IonawrRead More »
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