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News

CVSU launches Employment Support for the newly unemployed in Uttlesford

Our new Employment Support Scheme is a community based project aimed at helping residents who find themselves newly unemployed and who require help to navigate the job-seeking market.

CVSU Shed Development Office Matt Hulme had a magnificent Movember!

CVSU Team Member Matt, who works with the development of new locations within the Essex Shed Network, grew his impressive facial adornment during November, raising funds in support of the Movember project.

Youth Service – Early Help Survey

ECC Youth Services are currently reviewing their core age range of 13-19 (and up to 25 for SEND YP)

Why should trustees explain the difference that their charity makes?

Charity Commission research has found that the public are keen to know that charities are making the impact they promise to make. People want evidence about how far their donations are going.

Funded Asset Based Community Development training now available

If you are an interested community member, a current volunteer, an employee of a charity or non-profit or a local Councillor serving your community, and would like to train to use the ABCD approach in your work, then please register your interest in the December programme.

Job Vacancy – United in Kind Coach Uttlesford

We are recruiting a United in Kind Coach to coordinate community capacity building activities in Uttlesford, raising awareness of social isolation and loneliness and catalysing communities to come together to prevent it.

CVS Uttlesford AGM 13th November 2020

This year our AGM will be happening virtually – and online tickets are now available to book through Eventbrite. We are delighted to announce our guest speaker will be Jane Ida, Chief Executive of NAVCA.

Shielding ends on 31 July but our support for the community will continue

From 31 July those classed as “clinically extremely vulnerable” are being advised that they no longer have to shield. Government provided food boxes and medicine deliveries will also end. The Uttlesford Community Response Hub will continue to support vulnerable and isolated people. We are here for as long as you need us.

Compassionate Neighbours project seeks referrals

Compassionate Neighbours, a volunteer-led programme being delivered by St Clare Hospice, is looking to support more socially isolated people in West Essex and East
Hertfordshire