Tag Archive for 'voluntary sector'

Guernsey Community Foundation opens fourth round of funding for charitable and voluntary causes

December 3rd, 2012 by Guernsey Community Foundation

The Guernsey Community Foundation announces that the fourth quarter round of funding is now open for charitable and voluntary causes. This quarter, the pot has been boosted by a donation from RAF Kinloss of £1,000 taking the total available this time to £11,000. We are very grateful to RAF Kinloss for their donation. The priority […]

Guernsey Community Foundation provides training on ‘leading and managing volunteers’

July 1st, 2012 by Guernsey Community Foundation

The Guernsey Community Foundation, together with The Learning Company, is offering a training session on ‘Leading & Managing Volunteers’ in July and again in September 2012 , as part of its on-going commitment to support Guernsey’s voluntary sector. Kathy Tracey from The Learning Company will deliver the training sessions which will help those working with […]

Guernsey Community Foundation offers more funds to improve social inclusion in Bailiwick

May 24th, 2012 by Guernsey Community Foundation

The second round of the Guernsey Community Foundation’s Quarterly Grants Programme is rapidly approaching. The opening date for applications is Friday 1 June 2012. The last quarter saw 35 applications being made to the Foundation’s scheme with six grants being made. Once again, funding is available for up to £10,000, with either one or more […]

Recommendations for Guernsey’s voluntary and charitable sector to be published at end of July 2011

June 25th, 2011 by University of Bristol

A University of Bristol study into Guernsey’s voluntary and charitable sector has revealed a picture of a ‘generous island’ but a need for greater partnership with the island’s government and more co-ordination of its activities. The report, a summary of which was published on 22 June, recommends a sharing of ideas and skills through an […]