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Sunderland Healthwatch Manager

Sector News - 4 hours 24 min ago

The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) is an award-winning North East charity whose mission is ‘Health, well-being and Learning for all’. 

Salary Point 27 £23,912 per annum – 37.5 hrs per week

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Part Time Shildon Health Express Health Trainer

Sector News - 4 hours 27 min ago

The Pioneering Care Partnership (PCP) is an award-winning North East charity whose mission is ‘Health, well-being and Learning for all’.

Two posts, Salary Point 13 £16,088 per annum, pro rata – 16 hours per week

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This year’s top technology for social change

Sector News - 5 hours 4 min ago

Organisations using technology for social change are invited to enter the Nominet Trust 100, which each year brings together a hundred of the world’s most inspiring examples of social innovation, where digital technologies have been used to tackle a significant social challenge. The list isn’t meant to be definitive, but rather prompt conversation and debate.

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Tax library moving to Gov.UK

Sector News - 5 hours 13 min ago

HM Revenue and Customs has started work on moving its online Library to GOV.UK. This is mainly material aimed at tax agents, but some will be of wider interest (and no doubt other parts of HMRC will follow later).

At 17th July, copies of VAT Notices, VAT Info Sheets and VAT Notes were ready to be moved over in the next few days.

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Social Investment Tax Relief full guidance

Sector News - 5 hours 23 min ago

HM Revenue and Customs has now published its Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR) guidance pages, at http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/sitr/index.htm (We previously mentioned the draft guidance, back in April.)

From 18th July announcement: SITR gives tax relief to individuals who provide finance for social enterprises. It’s available for investments made on or after 6th April 2014. The investment, and the organisation receiving it, must meet certain criteria.

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Apprenticeships in international development

Sector News - 5 hours 30 min ago

ActionAid UK, Plan UK and Christian Aid have worked with City and Islington College to launch an apprenticeship scheme to help young people gain entry to the international development sector. They will hire a total of seven apprentices, who will attend the 12-month Business Administration Apprenticeship Scheme on day release.

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Guidance on new campaigning rules

Sector News - Wed, 23/07/2014 - 08:47

The Electoral Commission has published its guidance on the new rules for “non-party campaigners” under the Lobbying Act, which come into play from 19th September, available from this web page. There will also be webinars, starting 22nd July – details in their Update number 8, direct link (pdf, 87KB).

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CFG guide to pension issues and risk

Sector News - Wed, 23/07/2014 - 08:46

The latest Pension Maze publication from Charity Finance Group, six years on from the last edition, seeks to guide charity financial leaders through the complex world of pensions.

As well as the guide ‘Navigating the Charity Pension Maze 2014′ (pdf, 852KB), the CFG press release links to a manifesto setting out issues which need to be addressed.

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Time to get job swap application in

Sector News - Wed, 23/07/2014 - 08:44

The job swap scheme run by NCVO, ‘Day in the Life’, is aiming to match a thousand charity employees with civil servants to increase their understanding of each other’s day-to-day responsibilities and the wider context in which they work.

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RNIB: Data Analyst

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Wed, 23/07/2014 - 00:00
£21,700: RNIB: Working for RNIB means making a difference to people’s lives. Whether you are working directly with the blind and partially sighted people that we support, or making it all happen behind the scenes, working for us is a great opportunity. Birmingham

Young people lead change with National Citizen Service Wales

Sector News - Tue, 22/07/2014 - 14:15

Young people were encouraged to volunteer to help their communities at the launch of the National Citizen Service (NCS) in Wales today (21 July).

Under Secretary of State for Wales, Baroness Randerson and Welsh Government Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty Jeff Cuthbert travelled to the Communities First scheme at Butetown Community Centre, Cardiff to launch the ground-breaking National Citizen Service in Wales, which has already seen nearly 80,000 young people involved in England and Northern Ireland since 2011.

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WCVYS Showcase and Annual General Meeting

Warwickshire Partnership Events - Tue, 22/07/2014 - 09:03
When:
Tuesday, 14 October 2014 from 19:00 to 21:30 (BST)

Where:
Warwick Show Band, Westend Centre
Hampton Road
CV34 Warwick
United Kingdom

Hosted By:
Warwickshire Children and Voluntary Youth Services
WCVYS is
  • the umbrella organisation that brings together all the major voluntary children and youth organisations in the Warwickshire.
  • WCVYS supports county and district wide voluntary organisations that empower children and young people and give them somewhere to go, something to do and someone to listen.
  • We work closely with Warwickshire County Council, in particular with the Early Intervention Service, localities and communities, commissioning services and multi-agency commissioning and Warwickshire Children's Trust to build and strengthen the voice of the voluntary children's and youth sector and improve outcomes for children and young people.
  • WCVYS is based in Stratford-Upon-Avon, covering the whole of Warwickshire.
WCVYS - helping you to help children and young people


Register for this event now at:
http://www.eventbrite.com/e/wcvys-showcase-and-annual-general-meeting-tickets-12366325011?aff=rss

Event Details:

Warwickshire Children and Voluntary Youth Services

Showcase and Annual General Meeting


This is a great opportunity to network with our members and learn about the work that WCVYS has been doing throughout the year with our members and partners for children and young people across Warwickshire. 

 

Refreshments will be served during the evening.


HOMELESS INTERNATIONAL: Board member / Trustee

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Tue, 22/07/2014 - 00:00
Voluntary with paid expenses: HOMELESS INTERNATIONAL: Homeless International is a development agency that provides support to organisations that enable housing and related services to low income families. As our work grows we are seeking to strengthen the governance with new Board members. Meetings in Coventry and London. International operations.

Charity legislation for Jersey

Sector News - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 15:24

Jersey has joined other parts of the British Isles in introducing a charity law, which will see a charity register created, along with a charity commissioner. The latter will be responsible for seeing that registered charities meet a public benefit test.

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Uncertainty for Scottish charities after referendum

Sector News - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 15:23

Sector consultancy NfpSynergy has researched what MSPs (Members of the Scottish Parliament) and the general public think the impact of a Yes vote in the referendum would have on Scottish charities.

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Working together on fundraising regulation

Sector News - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 15:21

An investigation into the self-regulation of fundraising, jointly commissioned by the Fundraising Standards Board, Institute of Fundraising and Public Fundraising Regulatory Association, has recommended fine tuning rather than “immediate significant structural change”.

UK Fundraising has more details at http://www.fundraising.co.uk/2014/07/18/self-regulation-fundraising-broadly-ok-pwc-concludes/

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Steps to make early action effective

Sector News - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 14:58

The Early Action Task Force has set out ways in which a future government could free itself from the stranglehold of short-term planning and save money as a result.

The Task Force’s report proposes a new investment strategy, including a ten-year government planning perspective, combined with firm five-year budgets in every spending review. It also advocates:

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THE CHILDRENS SOCIETY: Creche Worker

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 13:59
£16,133: THE CHILDRENS SOCIETY: The Children's Society in Solihull runs three children’s centres in North Solihull, an area of high deprivation, unemployment and need, and we are looking for an enthusiastic Creche Worker to join our team.

THE CHILDRENS SOCIETY-2: HR Adviser

Guardian Charity Jobs - West Midlands - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 13:48
£23,799 - £27,078: THE CHILDRENS SOCIETY-2: HR Adviser £23,799 - £27,078 Birmingham  Fixed term contract - up to end of January 2015   The Children's Society wants to create a society where children and young people are valued, respected and happy. We are committed to he

NAVCA announces change at the top

NAVCA News - Mon, 21/07/2014 - 10:18

Neil Cleeveley has been appointed acting chief executive of NAVCA following the announcement that Joe Irvin is leaving NAVCA to take up the post of chief executive at Living Streets, the national charity that campaigns on behalf of pedestrians. Neil Cleeveley was deputy chief executive of NAVCA and will take up his new role on Monday 21 July.

 Caroline Schwaller, Chair of NAVCA, said:

“I would like to thank Joe for his contribution to NAVCA and on behalf of trustees, staff and members wish him all the best for the future. I am delighted that we have someone with Neil’s experience to take up the reins. With the Independent Commission on the Future of Local Infrastructure due to publish its findings at the turn of the year, these are exciting and challenging times for us. We will continue to campaign tirelessly on behalf of NAVCA members and the people they serve.”

 Joe Irvin, said of NAVCA:

“It has been a real privilege to serve NAVCA members as their chief executive, and I am grateful to the trustees, staff and members for their support. I believe NAVCA members have an important role to play and look forward to the recommendations of the Commission on the future of local infrastructure later this year. I wish Neil, the trustees, staff and members of NAVCA all best wishes for the future, as I look forward to the exciting new challenge at Living Streets.”

 Neil Cleeveley, Acting Chief Executive of NAVCA, said:

“We are entering really exciting – but challenging – times. Across the country infrastructure has been put under intolerable pressure by cuts but we are now seeing the first signs of a new found confidence from members as funders start to recognise the implications of losing their vital work. My role is to ensure that we have a strong national champion of local infrastructure. NAVCA must foster this new found confidence and help members to translate this into finding ways to deliver first class support for local charities and community groups.”  

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