Advice around the coronavirus in sign language, for trustees, first aiders, and those working in criminal justice sector, plus help for rough sleepers, and statements from the BBC and Royal Mail.
An app sharing surplus food availability from supermarkets (and calling for more businesses to get involved) and a social enterprise jobs website for the charity sector. And is an app for you?
Catch-up with newsletters from Eden Project Communities, and the Rural Services Network.
March awareness raising: Cancer and other health conditions, Fair Trade, inequality, debt, family safety, St Piran, World Book Day, women, stopping smoking, forests, single parents, and more!
Treverbyn Hall, Stenalees, near St Austell, is offering special rates on room hire now. If you’re interested, or want to find out more about other activities happening there, see their website.
Helen Boardman has been appointed as CEO of Cornwall VSF, to start on 23 March. We are excited to work with her to develop our plans for the voluntary sector in Cornwall.
Treverbyn Hall is calling on members of the local community to have their say around creating a pair of local-use flats plus a community space. Find out more, and have your say.
Funding opportunities for disadvantaged children, and for disadvantaged communities, plus to help people realise their sporting ambitions, and the Comic Relief Community Fund.
Cornwall Council’s Community Governance Review enters its final consultation phase. Make sure you know the plans for your area, and have your say.
Got ideas for projects that will benefit women and girls in Cornwall? Cornwall Women’s Fund has opened for its first founding round!
Cornwall School for Social Entrepreneurs is offering two sets of courses: Accelerating Women’s Enterprise and Springboard – Growing Community Ideas. First venues Penzance and Penryn, respectively.
Inclusion Cornwall is seeking quotes for Evaluation and Social Return on Investment reporting, for its Village Works project. Closing date 4 Feb.
Various funding opportunities – around the criminal justice sector, improving digital skills, US.UK bilateral ties, and children’s welfare. Some close before the end of January.
New subsidised bus routes are announced to start in April, helping ease rural isolation, as well as being good for the environment.
Awareness raising for January – Veganuary, Dry January, plus Cervical cancer prevention week, Big energy saving week, Chinese New Year, Holocaust Memorial Day, young carers, leprosy and Brew Monday.
Fifteen Cornwall and Cornwall Food Foundation are to close, with immediate effect, following an independent financial review, it has been announced.
Transformation Cornwall has just launched a new website, to support the faith community in their social action.
Cornwall Christmas Box will be collecting donated ‘Christmas dinner in a box’ again this year, to be given to the poorest families in Cornwall. Last year nearly 1,000 families were helped.
Winter is coming – find out more about flu vaccinations, gritting, keeping warm and well, and free energy advice sessions for your group.