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Funding Opportunities in Reigate & Banstead

In Home Page, Funding News by Nina Porter

Voluntary Action Reigate & Banstead along with Reigate & Banstead Borough Council and the Community Foundation for Surrey, will be running a joint funding surgery on 16 September 2019 to provide information and advice on a range of local funding opportunities, as outlined below:- • Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has recently launched new small and medium grants funds to …

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August Patient Round Up

In News by Caroline Foxton

Download the latest for August 2019, for local and national news and opportunities. Click here for , this document outlines NHS frequently used terms.  

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The Kingston Burrowes Community Fund

In Home Page, Funding News by Caroline Foxton

Local community groups are invited to apply for a share of the £1000 fund. 4 grants of £250 each will be awarded to projects in the Merton, Kingston and Reigate areas. Projects should be focused on work supporting activities with clear benefit to the community, working with young people/children, schools, special educational needs, those with disabilities or the elderly. Projects …

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Mayors Volunteer Awards 2019

In Home Page, News by Caroline Foxton

What an amazing night celebrating volunteering.  On Friday, 19th July, 42 volunteers were presented with awards by the Mayor at the town hall.  The annual Mayor’s Volunteer Awards now in it’s 16th year celebrated the outstanding contribution from volunteers who have selflessly strengthen our community. There were six award categories this year – long service volunteers, individual volunteers, individual trustees, …

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Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s draft five year plan – ‘Reigate & Banstead 2025’

In Consultation by Nina Porter

Reigate & Banstead 2025 explains the Council’s proposed priorities for the next five years, and explains how the Council will deliver services to those living, working and spending time in Reigate & Banstead.  The Council is now giving local residents, businesses and partner organisations a chance to have their say about how it should focus its activities and services over …

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Make a Difference this Summer!!

In Home Page, News, Uncategorised by Caroline Foxton

What about doing something different this summer?  Give something back, help others, develop skills and gain work experience as well as meeting new people.  We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities for young people, from sport, health, social care, entertainment, environment and one off events.  Contact us via email or call us, we are here to help you find …

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Recommendations to Heal the Generational Divide

In News by Nina Porter

The All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Social Integration has published its interim report examining what can be done to bridge the gap between older and younger people. Healing the Generational Divide looks highlights that political outlooks, geographical and social separation caused a gulf between age groups, and looks at ways in which community initiatives, public services, housing and planning, and …

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Volunteers’ Week, 1-7 June

In News by Nina Porter

Volunteers’ Weeks takes place from 1-7 June, when we come together to show volunteers exactly what they mean to voluntary and community organisations, the individuals and communities they support.   There are lots of resources available to support your activities on the Volunteers’ Week website, where you’ll also find examples from other organisations and planned events that are taking place …

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Should your charity be in the Cloud?

In News by Nina Porter

Office 365 vs Office desktop: which is really best for your charity? This is the topic of a recent article from Charity Digital News which offers some impartial tips about Microsoft cloud and desktop services. Give it a read if you are considering whether to ditch the traditional desktop-based versions of programs like Word, Excel and PowerPoint to move to …