Sarah Paisley, Author at Derbyshire Dales CVS
Residents across the High Peak and Derbyshire Dales are being invited to register their real Christmas tree for a New Year recycling service, to support local hospice care.
Blythe House Hospicecare and Helen’s Trust is hosting the annual ‘treecycle’ scheme on Friday 12th and Saturday 13th January 2024 – with registration now open.
Derby and Derbyshire Integrated Care Board and Derbyshire County Council have created a survey to understand the needs of the VCSE across Derbyshire and in particular the support on offer from organisations like Derbyshire Dales CVS.
After the initial questions to find out more about your group or organisation, you will be asked about the support provided by the current Derbyshire Infrastructure Organisations, the support that you access from them and the support services that you need from them. The final questions will ask about your support needs, so that we have a clearer understanding of what the voluntary sector needs in order to grow and thrive.
A shout out for any volunteer drivers!
Due to the growing popularity of Tideswell Tea Club the team now collects and takes home approximately 10 members each tea club ….. and we’re growing !
If you’re available to drive to and from tea club every second Tuesday of the month we would love to hear from you .
Requirements are -:
Cycling UK Bike Bike Revival
Voluntary groups, social enterprises, and other not-for-profit organisations can apply for funding to deliver cycling projects and activities for people who do not normally cycle.
Cycling UK is offering grants of up to £2,500 for voluntary and community cycle groups to deliver projects and activities that:
Voluntary, community and charity organisations in Derbyshire can apply for a grant to set up warm and welcoming spaces this winter.
Derbyshire County Council has launched a warm and welcoming spaces fund to support organisations to provide a warm refuge for residents and their families struggling to heat their homes.
Organisations can apply for up to £1,000 towards the cost of opening up community venues or to extend their opening hours during the colder months.