VCA Leadership Workshop - Risk of burn out
Date & Time: Monday the 11th of December 2023 10:00 a.m. - 02:00 p.m.
In person workshop at St Marie's, Lugsdale Road, Widnes, WA8 6DB.
Free to VCA members, available to Halton and St Helens organisations
This session explores the importance of self care as a leader, how to build resilience and still manage the pressures.
St Helens Bourgh Council are hosting regular events to support Refugees and Asylum Seekers living in the borough to access community facilities with ease.
St Helens Council would like to invite you and your service members to attend their Survivors Forum relaunch event.
This event will be attended by various partner agencies, making it a great opportunity for networking and collaboration. If you have any leaflets or promotional materials for your service, please bring them along to share with others.
Recruiting and managing volunteers on Team Kinetic Training
Thursday 7th of December 10:00 a.m till 1:00 p.m. Hosted by Sefton CVS online
Learn how to utilise Team Kinetic to its fullest extent for recruiting and managing your volunteers.
This training will include:
- how to register as a provider
-how to promote your volunteer roles
-how to accept new volunteers
-how to log volunteer hours and sessions
Ethical Property Foundation: Successful Property Online Webinar Date/Time: Thursday the 22nd of February 2024, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Ethical Property Foundation: Successful Property Decision-Making For Trustees- Online only
Free to VCA members
Could You Foster and help change the life of a child?
Foster with St Helens Borough council, they are OFSTED graded good and judged to be outstanding for care leavers
As a specialist foster care you can claim a weekly fee and allowance up to £1,000
SVP understand that every shop, every team, every town and every day is different. Each of their shops have their own charm and personality due to their dedicated volunteers and colleagues. They are looking for someone who wants to help make the most of that.
Torus Foundation is the charitable arm of Torus, which is more than just a social landlord.
The Foundation works with tenants and the wider community on a number of projects to help people work towards employment, supporting families through financial advice, and increased the number of tenants and wider community be online with computer training and more.
Through partnership working and relationship building, the Foundation is bringing a positive difference to communities and improve lives across Liverpool, St Helens, Warrington, and the surrounding areas.