Following up from our recent network meeting, here are some news and information from our partners to share with you all.
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You will find information on emotional and psychological help and support available to children and young adults, job and volunteering opportunities, the sessions of the Hive Hub free summer school and minutes of the June 15th network meeting.
The 64th Halifax Charity Gala will take place on Manor Heath on the 11th of June with the Grand Parade Procession starting from Eureka.
There will be music, food stalls, fun fair and several stalls where charitable organisations can introduce themselves to you. You never know, there may be volunteering opportunities for you too!
Tickets are available to buy now. Purchase by the 31st of May and save 50% of the day price!
Visit https://www.halifaxgala.org.uk/ for updates, information for the public and companies, as well as pictures of past galas and the option to purchase tickets for the event.
Features haven’t been announced yet, other than the procession parade that starts the gala, leaving at 11:30am from Eureka!
The entire event is organised and run by volunteers, helping to fundraise for local voluntary and charitable organisations.
Halifax Charity Gala is a great opportunity for local organisations, services and charities to showcase their work to the public.
If you would like to register a charity or a good cause, please contact the organisers (opens the Halifax Charity Gala page, go to the Contact Us section).
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- All the Platinum Jubilee celebrations near you !!!
- Volunteers Week – find about volunteering opportunities near you
- Flavourfest : People’s Park Multi-Sports Fun Day June 1st
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Volunteers’ Week is an annual celebration of the contribution millions of people make across the UK through volunteering.
Held each year in the first week of June (1st-7th) it is the opportunity to thank everyone who give their time for free to beneficiary causes, improving the lives of those around them, be it in their immediate community or even far and wide.
If you would like to volunteer, there are several opportunities. Take a look at some of these below.
Calderdale Making Space are on the look out for enthusiastic volunteers for several roles that will help them provide the services that they do in various locations across Calderdale.
View available positions
North Halifax Partnership is currently looking to recruit volunteers to join in many of its services. We are particularly interested in trustees from the North and East Halifax area.
Join our Trustee Board
Attend our Volunteering Drop-In event at the Piece Hall on Wednesday 8th of June from 4pm
Staying Well are looking for Volunteer Telephone Befrienders.
You will receive full training and can commit to as little as half an hour a week – which can make a huge difference in someone’s life!
Be a Staying Well Telephone Befriender
VSI Alliance News & Events
Newsflash from the Voluntary Sector Infrastructure (VSI) Alliance team
Read the latest updates from the VSI alliance. You will find information on local events and available training, job opportunities and volunteering options. The newsletter also highlights current campaigns and consultations.
Read the updates here
About VSI Alliance:
All staff at the VSI Alliance are available remotely to support you and your organisation at this time with various aspects of your work, along with providing key information and resources. For support/advice, please contact email@example.com, or visit www.vsialliance.org.uk for more contact details.
Earlier in the year the Friends of Roils Head group were successful in securing a £470 Warley ward forum grant to purchase a large amount of timber.
The timber is being used to erect a fence to separate the bridle path, between Rye Lane and the Broadley estate, from Roils Head Moor.
It is hoped that this will stop the problem of off-road motor bikes and quad bikes from being ridden on the bridle path then straight on to the moor.
The work has been done by the councils countryside officer and his volunteer group.
If you have an interest in Roils Head moor and want to get involved then send your details to Tony King, Ward Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Could your organisation or group benefit from a Ward Forum Grant?
If you have a project in mind or need some financial assistance with something that will improve your community or grow your group, a North and East Ward Forum Grant may be useful.
Find out more about Ward Forum Grants
The next round of applications closes on June the 24th. If you need help with the application process we’re here to help.
Time Out Calderdale have lined up a number of fun events for young people throughout the Half Term week! From a Jubilee Street Party from Hell(!) to various arts and crafts activities and dancing sessions at the Orange Box, there is something for everyone!
If you are between 10-19 and you would like to come and have some fun with the Time Out staff/Volunteers and other young people – have a look at the website:
Booking is essential so please reserve your place: Book Here Now
To find out what we do, take a look at our schedule here