XChange Scotland is hosting a training session on Thursday 13th October as part of Hate Crime Awareness Week, aimed at supporting and inspiring practitioners and group/community leaders to tackle sectarianism and discrimination, and to promote empathy in an appropriate way to the groups they are working with. Please click here for more info
Blog posts for the ‘Partners’ Category
Can you open your doors more to younger enthusiastic volunteers?
A very big thank you to everyone that has volunteered their time, energy and skills over the last year. And if you’re an organisation in the public or third sectors, look out for more information this week on the launch of Glasgow’s Volunteering Charter.
Do you know of any children aged 8 – 15 who need a break? CHICKS offers free 5 day residential breaks to children having a hard time at home or school. They could be young carers, living in poverty, subject to abuse, or any other situation that’s causing them to have a tough time. CHICKS […]
The Technology Scotland Squad is here to help people with sight loss with installing, fixing, training and using their home technology.
The One Digital Project is offering two free training opportunities for third sector organisations who want to help improve the levels of Digital Skills in Scotland
A new integrated training programme for managers of volunteering programmes, strategic lead officers, and members of governing bodies.
…and our vision for 2016 and beyond
Our regular Networking Mornings for Volunteer Managers return the week after next. You can choose to book to attend on Monday 22 February or Thursday 25 February, from 9.30 to 12.30, followed by a light lunch and an informal opportunity to network.
Our Young Persons Befriending Service has achieved the ‘Quality in Befriending Award’ at ‘Excellence’ level!