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Are you interested in learning more about supporting someone who is using alcohol and drugs with a five step carer model?
Calling all football fans! Calling everyone that enjoys being outdoors! Calling all the people that like getting their hands dirty!
Ashton United are looking for new volunteers to join their team at the club in Hurst Cross.
Calling all voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise organisations (VCFSE) in the Oldham wards of Alexandra, Coldhurst and St Mary’s.
A chance for volunteer managers to learn how to access, manage and use their online accounts on our database, from listing your own volunteering opportunity to viewing expression of interests and potential volunteers contact details.
These online volunteer information sessions are ran every Wednesday at 6pm and every Friday at 10am.
Networking event for voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise (VCFSE) sector groups and organisations within Failsworth, Hollinwood and Medlock Vale wards
During this time of uncertainty when we are physically distancing ourselves from others, our connections and how we stay in touch with one another have become massively important aspects of our lives and our jobs. It is more important than ever that we stay connected and keep talking.
This session will cover the two Social Investment Funds the GMCVO have and is free for those who work or volunteer with voluntary, community or social enterprise (VCSE) organisations that operate in Greater Manchester.
The Food Solutions Network exists to facilitate community, voluntary, faith and social enterprise (VCFSE) sector organisations, alongside statutory partners, to improve access to food for the people of Rochdale Borough.
Find our more about the Oldham Community Champions Fund small grants programme - free online session