Are you involved in promoting or providing a service that improves health or wellbeing? Would you like to promote that service on Dewis Cymru? Dewis is an online directory of health and wellbeing related services that are available for people living in Wales. It will include all manner of services – from digital inclusion sessions, […]Read More »
The October edition of CVSC’s funding news bulletin is here!Read More »
CVSC Summer 2016 Magazine available now!
This Summer edition is packed with various photos and articles highlighting the voluntary efforts of people across our community. Read it now using the download link below!Read More »
Projects funded by Gwynt y Môr
You can now view the list of all the projects funded so far by the Gwynt y Môr Community Fund! Find the searchable list here: http://cvsc.org.uk/en/projects-funded-by-gwynt-y-mor/Read More »
Gwynt y Môr Community Fund is not accepting new applications for the time being
Gwynt y Môr Community Fund is not accepting new applications for the time being. There has been an overwhelming response to the fund in its first year of operation and the Gwynt y Môr team would like to thank all of the groups who have applied. We have supported some truly fantastic community projects in […]Read More »
Bronze Small Workplace Health Award for CVSC!
Congratulations to CVSC on achieving the Bronze Small Workplace Health Award; the national quality mark for health and wellbeing. For further information about this initiative click hereRead More »
Photos from the Volunteer Celebratory Event 2016!
Here are some photos from the Volunteer Celebratory Event 2016!Read More »
Looking for funding? You’ve come to the right place. CVSC has a funding portal that you can use to find funding for your next project. Registering takes just a minute and you will have FREE, immediate access to information about 1000s of local, regional, national and European opportunities. To support you in your quest for […]Read More »
Modern Slavery in North Wales and Beyond… (Article by Ali Ussery, Transform International)
Modern Slavery in North Wales and Beyond… When the word ‘slavery’ is mentioned it brings up many different images – often back to the 1800s in the fields of North America or the sugar plantations of the West Indies. People such as William Wilberforce come to mind, and his fight to abolish the slave trade, […]Read More »