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Voluntary & Community Forum – North Kesteven

The Forum is our regular networking and information event for voluntary and community organisations featuring speakers, news and funding updates. It starts with a welcome and introductions followed by a networking lunch and key speakers. There is also the opportunity for you to share information about your own organisation’s services, projects and promote your events. …

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Recruiting Volunteers

This two hour workshop considers why people might volunteer, and how to overcome barriers which could prevent people from offering their help.  It looks at the importance of first impressions and how to create and promote clear volunteer opportunities that are appealing to people in today’s busy world. To be held at St Denys Church …

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Last chance to book! Voluntary & Community Forum

Thursday 28th September 12.00 – 3.00pm including networking lunch Our next Voluntary and Community Forum in Sleaford includes a Dementia Friends Information Session run by Bex Mezzo from Sleaford Dementia Support. Book your free place here. The event will also include news about the latest developments in grassroots digital support within North Kesteven’s communities, and …

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Finding it hard to recruit volunteers?

For a bit of inspiration why not come along to our morning workshop in Sleaford this Thursday?   There’ll be chance to think about why people volunteer, and how to improve the appeal of opportunities. Hear from other organisations about how they recruit and get tools and tip to help you create and promote volunteer …

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Voluntary & Community networking event, Sleaford

Voluntary & Community Forum Thursday 28th September, 12.00 – 3.00pm including networking lunch Featuring: Dementia Friends, digital support in local communities and innovative ways to involve more volunteers… The next Voluntary and Community Forum in Sleaford is on 28th September and includes a Dementia Friends Information Session run by Bex Mezzo from Sleaford Dementia Support. …

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Local employer seeks team opportunities

Voluntary Centre Services North Kesteven centre in Sleaford has been contacted by a local employer looking for opportunities for groups of their employees to work together as a team to help the community.  Ideally they are looking for team opportunities around Lincoln, Sleaford or anywhere in between.   If your community group, project, site or building could benefit …

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Latest Training Bulletin from Voluntary Centre Services

You can download and view a copy of the latest VCS Training bulletin here, including our Act Now and Prevent workshops, Volunteer Coordinators Forums, Mentor Training and Involving Volunteers with Additional Support Needs.

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NK Voluntary & Community Forum – and ‘Join the Dots’

Our next Voluntary and Community Forum takes place on 16th March in Sleaford starting at 12.00 noon.   The Forum is our regular networking and information event for voluntary and community organisations. It features speakers, news and funding updates. There is also the opportunity for you to share information about your own organisation’s services, projects and …

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Supporting and Supervising Volunteers*

This one day training course explores skills and frameworks to help you develop and retain your volunteers and enable them to undertake their tasks effectively. There will be the opportunity to identify and practice the skills required, and explore ways of implementing effective support and supervision in your organisation. This course is ideal for those …

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Dementia Carers information programme (CRiSP) new sessions for 2017

Do you care for someone with a diagnosis of Dementia? The Carers Information Programme is a series of workshops for people caring for a family member or friend with dementia. It provides an opportunity for you to talk in a friendly and confidential environment about your experiences. 

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