Reading Voluntary Action promotes strength within Reading’s voluntary sector. We provide information, access to resources, and training to people who work in or with charities, community groups and voluntary organisations.
The RVA Directory allows access to all the Reading Voluntary Sector information, news and events. Constantly updated, it’s all you need to know, all in one place. >> more
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ENRYCH seeks to tackle the social isolation, low self esteem and boredom caused by physical disability. >> more
25 April 2014
Course Intro: Are you new to planning your fundraising? Do you know that the financial future of your organisation is unstable? Would you like a structure that will help your organisation to survive in the future? Do you need support in planning fundraising applications? What will you get out of this? As a result of this course you will be able to: Identify what could go into a fundraising plan List advantages and disadvantages of different funding sources Identify three ways to fundraise for their organisation Search for appropriate bodies to apply to for grant funding Identify what steps to take to plan their fundraising applications This is a half day course finishing at 1pm, followed by lunch and networking. >> more
Join local doctors, nurses, and representatives from the NHS, local authorities and others to have your say in planning local health services for the next five years. The local Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are planning a number of ‘Call to Action’ events in the Berkshire West area in the coming weeks. These will be a follow-up to the events that took place last autumn: