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West Norfolk VCSE Hub meeting 8th December

The next West Norfolk VCSE Hub Meeting takes place on Tuesday 8th December 2020 between 10:30 and 12:00 on the platform Microsoft Teams. 

Charity Commission’s ‘quick and easy’ guides to assist trustees

Further to our article last month about Trustees’ Week here, we are taking a look at the Charity Commission’s new ‘5 minute’ guidelines.

Dereham Men's Shed - the road to becoming a charity

There are definite benefits to registering as a charity, not least of which is credibility when applying to potential funders. Making your case to the Charity Commission needs to be done in an organised and planned way. 

Help in constructively negotiating a complaint about an NHS service

The commitment, dedication and resilience of front-line staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic is universally acknowledged and respected. It’s very rare that something goes wrong but, when it does, it needs resolving for the sakes of all involved – patients, families and professionals. 

Safeguarding and Village Halls

The organisers of activities and events are responsible for ensuring people’s safety and wellbeing during their time there, but it doesn’t mean the village hall volunteers and staff are absolved from responsibility. it’s helpful to have a closer look at why it’s especially important for hall committees to have the right policies and procedures in place.  

Hanworth Memorial Hall - and keeping your eggs in separate baskets…

At CAN we help and support a great many community projects to find the funding they need to make their vision a reality. Finding the right funder can be a minefield, and a complex process that takes time and commitment.  

Survey sets out to find out how Norfolk is really doing this winter

The Norfolk Community Foundation is asking people in the county to share their experiences of living through Covid-19 by taking part in a short online survey.  

UK Cervical Cancer launch Norfolk project with resources for local groups

UK Cervical Cancer, a local charity which is committed to preventing suffering and death from cervical cancer, by any person, anywhere and in particular those who are disadvantaged and deprived. Our major challenge is raising awareness of the effects of cervical cancer and  what can be done to prevent it and we are  starting a special project in Norfolk where there are over 52 cases of cervical cancer and roughly 16 deaths a year, which could be prevented. We are launching our “Norfolk Project”, 

UK Cervical Cancer launch Norfolk project with resources for local groups

UK Cervical Cancer, a local charity which is committed to preventing suffering and death from cervical cancer, by any person, anywhere and in particular those who are disadvantaged and deprived. Our major challenge is raising awareness of the effects of cervical cancer and  what can be done to prevent it and we are  starting a special project in Norfolk where there are over 52 cases of cervical cancer and roughly 16 deaths a year, which could be prevented. We are launching our “Norfolk Project”, 

The man who talked to chairs – social isolation during the pandemic

The clocks ‘went back’ on 25th October. The following week saw the highest recorded levels of extreme loneliness since the first lockdown began in March. 

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