The Government has extended the temporary arrangements for employers to carry out manual right to work checks until 5 April 2022.
Latest charity commission guidance to support organisations in Cornwall understand changes to restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic
The National Lottery Community Fund has released a report which scrutinises the economic impact of the voluntary sector. £4 billion
A disability charity, Leonard Cheshire, has found that UK government must invest in social care to generate as much as £6bn for the economy.
We are always seeking to improve what we can do for you. We have created a short membership survey to help shape the future
Following the Queen’s Speech to open Parliament yesterday, Cornwall VSF CEO Helen Boardman gives her opinion on bills set out, for Cornwall
Cornwall is blessed with 422 miles of coastline. Volunteering in nature in Cornwall is accessible and good for overall health and wellbeing
Walking through any Cornish town, we may see Passmore Edwards, Stephen Hawker, the Fox family who contributed to communities in Cornwall
Volunteering in Cornwall has a long history of philanthropy. It is a way of life here. We look at why it’s good to be good.
Danny Kruger wrote Levelling Up to suggest how the government can create equity in communities. We examine what’s needed from the VCSE sector
Charities in Cornwall have embraced digital preparation to respond to the pandemic. How has your organisation manged this change?
Volunteering in Cornwall is a way of life. Our Charity Search Tool shows that 25% of residents volunteer formally. Above the national average
A look at what funding is available for the VCSE sector, as foundations seek to increase opportunties for those in the sector
Cornwall VSF is excited to announce a workshop for co-creating Doughnut Economics ideas into transformative action.
This week two reports have released information to suggest BAME charities need more funding. this comes at a time following the Sewell Report
The impact of the pandemic on the VCSE sector in Cornwall has been unusual. Communities have pulled together to ensure that no one gets left behind