NAVCA the National Association for Voluntary & Community Action believe the Lobbying Bill is a direct threat to the independence of charity campaigning. It creates a new lobbying register and widens the definition of ‘non party campaigning’ close to elections. In response to widespread opposition, the Government has agreed to amend the Bill. However, there … Read More
Each year Anglia Ruskin students have the option of undertaking a Marketing Consultancy module, working with real companies on live projects. They encourage charities and social enterprises in the area to be among the companies helped in this way. If you are interested please complete the following form:-ARU Client Brief Template Please email your completed form … Read More
North Avenue Youth Centre is open to children and young people from the age of 8 years upwards. NAYC provides a safe place for children and young people to socialise and learn new skills. Their new Junior Club starts on Tuesday 10th September, 5.30-7pm. During this session, the children will enjoy a time of team … Read More
Please assist in promoting this year’s flu campaign – getting the flu jab is quick, safe and free. Each year, the Government sets targets for achieving vaccination in target groups in an attempt to achieve the best protection for the at-risk population. Last year, and including in Essex, most of those targets were missed, leaving … Read More
Everyone at the Centre Supporting Voluntary Action Chelmsford City would like to sincerely congratulate The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on the birth of their son.
The Essex Funding Team have a regular and helpful Funding Bulletin with funding opportunities for community organisations. You can sign up in two ways:- on twitter through @essexfundingtm stream or for those unable to access twitter, they are gathering the tweets together and issuing them as an e-bulletin service. To sign up to the e-bulletin please follow this link: http://ebulletin.eventbrite.co.uk/# Both are free to … Read More
Essex Online is a social enterprise ICT provider brought together by the RCCE (Rural Community Council of Essex), Suffolk Acre and Suffolk Online. A limited number of bursaries have been made available for qualifying organisations towards the cost of IT support packages and website design. For further information and application packs see: www.essexonline.net
Essex County Council is replacing their ICT user equipment (laptops and PCs) with newer devices that meet their business needs. As a result, they will disposing of a large number (approx. 200) of older devices which have been refurbished, and charity licenced software loaded ready for re-use. For more information about the scheme, type of equipment … Read More