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The 2021 Census – and why it’s important for the VCSE sector

The UK’s Census takes place on Sunday 21st March.  It’s a snapshot of everyone in the UK, all on one day.  

FREE energy costs awareness training for VCSE staff and volunteers

We’re delivering just three more of our popular FREE online training sessions for frontline staff and volunteers working with the most vulnerable residents in our communities. 

The 2021 Budget – opportunities for the VCSE sector

The Small Charities Coalition has scrutinised the recent government budget to highlight some potential opportunities for charities.

Help Norfolk and Waveney CCG find the unknown carers

Unpaid carers are one of the priority groups that Norfolk and Waveney Clinical Commissioning Group is working to vaccinate now.  The CCG asks all of us for help in finding these unregistered carers to ensure they can be offered help and support when and where needed.

Updated guidance: COVID ‘Road Map’ advice relating to village halls and community buildings

ACRE has issued new information to help village and community halls get to grips with the latest announcements about the lifting of national lockdown restrictions. 


 

The Feed: preventing poverty, hunger and homelessness during Covid - and beyond

The Feed is a not-for-profit social enterprise providing catering services, with a very clear mission to prevent poverty, hunger and homelessness in Norwich.  

NHS Complaints Advocacy – resolving concerns about medical treatment received

Our National Health Service is still rated best in the developed world for safety, affordability and efficiency, according to the US-based Commonwealth Fund. But very occasionally – and it’s around one-tenth of one per-cent of all patient cases - something goes wrong and need resolving.

Every Child Online campaign – laptops for schools

The Every Child Online campaign aims to ensure every school age child has a digital device and internet connection to learn remotely at home. 

FREE energy costs awareness training for VCSE staff and volunteers

At CAN we are helping combat fuel poverty across and beyond Norfolk by running more of our free online energy cost training sessions for VCSE frontline staff and volunteers.

QEH Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) – an invitation to be involved

QEH Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is an independent group, supported by Community Action Norfolk, that informs the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH, King's Lynn & Wisbech) and health decision-makers about patients’ experiences of maternity services and how these could be improved. 

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