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One Stop’s Carriers for Causes Grants - Applications welcomed on a rolling basis

Grants of up to £1,000 are available to projects within two miles of a One Stop shop that benefit their local community. 

Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Checks and Acquittals

A DBS Checks provides employers with a certificate showing their employee’s (including volunteers) criminal records.  There are three levels of disclosure; basic, standard and enhanced.  

Community Action Norfolk's Work to Reduce Fuel Poverty in Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk has been funded by British Gas Energy Trust’s Healthy Home Fund to support its work on fuel poverty in Norfolk.  

Age Action Alliance’s Employer Toolkit

Age Action Alliance’s Employer Toolkit offers guidance for those managing older workers, and details ways they can better manage their workforce.

The Friends of the Elderly - Support for older people

The Friends of the Elderly provide financial support to those most in need through their grant giving service, in order to help prevent many older people having to choice between heating their homes and other essentials. 

Dementia Friendly Pub Lunches (Countywide)

Dementia Friendly Pub Lunches have been a success in West Norfolk, the first one has launched outside of West Norfolk in the Robert Kett, Wymondham.  Contact is welcome by pubs and venues who are interested in holding similar events.  

The Norfolk County Council Contract Register

Norfolk County Council have published their contract register, which lists the council’s contracts, purchase orders and grants (including grants to the voluntary sector).

Re-imagining Norfolk - Community Action Norfolk's consultation response

Community Action Norfolk's consultation response to the Norfolk County Council Re-imagining Norfolk consultation process

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