No One Left Behind Conference

Dudley (CYPF) Network

Please see the information below regarding No One Left Behind Conference –

WHAT’s it all about?
No One Left Behind is back! The free to attend, social impact conference tackling the challenges young people in the Black Country are facing in the employment market, will take place on Friday 27th of April 2018 at Copthorne Merry Hill.
The conference, now at its second edition, is an initiative by Talent Match Black Country aimed at local businesses and employers, government authorities, universities and training providers, youth organisations, funding bodies and all those with an interest in the regional employment landscape and the prosperity of the region. Some young people in the Black Country are living through challenging times and it’s important for us to galvanise all stakeholders to get involved, discuss and tackle the problems.
No One Left Behind is here to bust the myths surrounding youth employment, provide…

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OPP OF THE DAY: Birmingham Anti-Social Behaviour Victim Empowerment (BRAVE) Project Volunteer, Victim Support West Midlands

Volunteers are needed to support Project officers deliver support to victims of persistent and ongoing Anti-Social Behaviour.

The project team supports victims and those affected by ASB to come to terms with and then move on from emotional and practical problems which follow ASB. This is done by providing free and confidential support, advice and information, in accordance with Victim Support policies and guidelines and our principles of equal opportunities.

Volunteers along with guidance from the project team can become involved in all the main tasks outlined below or can focus on:

  • Emotional support for victims either in or out of the office.
  • Advocacy
  • Administrative tasks
  • Awareness raising

Please talk to a project officer about which area of the work you would like to help with. Victim Support welcome your support and are happy to talk through how you can help them help victims of antisocial behaviour.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:
Project Officers
Telephone: 0121 236 3919
Email: birminghamasb@victimsupport.org.uk

Mayor’s Community Weekend Grants

Dudley (CYPF) Network

On the weekend of 30 June and 1 July 2018, the ‘West Midlands Combined Authority’ are encouraging communities to come together and celebrate our region’s diversity as part of the Mayor’s Community Weekend.

They’re working in partnership with the Big Lottery Fund who will be offering grants of up to £500 to groups who want to run an event. The event can be anything that brings your local community together such as organising a community picnic in the park, a community sports day, volunteering for gardening duties or a community painting.

You can read more by following the link below:

https://www.wmca.org.uk/who-we-are/meet-the-mayor/mayors-community-weekend/mayors-community-weekend

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Welcome to Volopps.com your one stop shop for local volunteering opportunities @DudleyCVS

We are proud to announce the launch of www.volopps.com our new live search for all the volunteering opportunities on our database and from 1st May 2018, our OPP OF THE DAY will no longer feature on this blog.

OPP OF THE DAY will instead feature on our new Twitter feed @VolOpps and Facebook page VolOpps, so why not follow our new Twitter Feed or like our Facebook page to keep updated with the latest roles.

OPP OF THE DAY: Dudley Anti-Social Behaviour Victim Empowerment Project Volunteer, Victim Support West Midlands

Volunteers are needed to support Project officers deliver support to victims of persistent and ongoing Anti-Social Behaviour.

The project team supports victims and those affected by ASB to come to terms with and then move on from emotional and practical problems which follow ASB. This is done by providing free and confidential support, advice and information, in accordance with Victim Support policies and guidelines and our principles of equal opportunities.

Volunteers along with guidance from the project team can become involved in all the main tasks outlined below or can focus on:

  • Emotional support for victims either in or out of the office.
  • Advocacy
  • Administrative tasks
  • Awareness raising

Please talk to a project officer about which area of the work you would like to help with. Victim Support welcome your support and are happy to talk through how you can help them help victims of antisocial behaviour.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO APPLY PLEASE CONTACT:
Project Officers
Telephone: 01384 455116
Email: Dudley.ASB@victimsupport.org.uk