We in the CVSC Volunteering Team, would like to say a very big Thank You to all volunteers in the Conwy area. During an exceptionally difficult year, people from all walks of life have taken the time to volunteer and make a huge difference to people and their communities.
The contribution of volunteers is often unseen and unrecognised, visible only through the incredible impact of their volunteering. However, the coronavirus pandemic has rightly raised the profile of volunteering and more people than ever, are aware of the immense contribution being made every single day by our wonderful volunteers.
Abergele Community Action
Donna Jones, CVSC has been supporting Abergele Community Action as they have previously received a Youth Led Grant, and it was a privilege for Donna to present them with a CVSC Volunteers’ Week Certificate to acknowledge all of the considerable volunteering actions they have undertaken.
Blind Veterans UK
Ceri Jones, CVSC met some of the garden volunteers at Blind Veterans, and it was a privilege to present them with a CVSC Volunteers’ Week Certificate to acknowledge and recognise their volunteering efforts.
Alun Thomas is the new CEO and it was lovely to meet him along with CAIS volunteers, when he visited their Colwyn Bay Head Office. They were presented with a CVSC Volunteers’ Week Certificate in recognition of all volunteering efforts.
Ceri Jones, CVSC met up with Richard Chance at Creating Enterprise Offices in Mochdre, to present a CVSC Volunteers’ Week Certificate to all Volunteers at Creating Enterprise, in recognition of their volunteering efforts.
Ceri Jones CVSC visited CREST offices in Llandudno Junction to present a CVSC Volunteers’ Week certificate to all Volunteers at CREST. Ceri presented it to Steve Pugh.
It was a rainy day when Ceri & Donna from CVSC presented a CVSC Volunteers’ Week Certificate to Mike Wycherley, for all the volunteers at DeafBlind UK . The organisation received funding from Gwynt Y Môr and you can see the wind turbines in the background.