SVE is Stirling’s third sector interface; a membership organisation of locally based charities, social enterprises and volunteer-led community organisations. We aim to strengthen the third-sector and broker partnerships that deliver real change by connecting people, ideas and resources.
The Gambling Education Hub, working with Stirlingshire Voluntary Enterprise, are offering a FREE session on January 28th from 10am-1pm at the Stirling Court Hotel which will support participants who work with young people and families in strengthening their knowledge, skills and confidence around how to address gambling related harms. If you would like to book a place on this session please contact Rachel Johnston on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Third Sector Leaders Forum is a network which is open to all Chief Executives, Managers, and Chairs of the Third Sector in Stirling. The Third Sector Leaders Forum supplements other forums to be a space for discussion and debate on the strategic issues affecting the third sector as a whole. The Forum brings together leaders of the third sector in Stirling to debate and discuss issues of importance to the third sector, and enables them to work together to find collaborative solutions to opportunities and challenges. The third sector have a responsibility to promote each other, embrace new ways of working, and champion the role of early intervention and prevention to achieve the best outcomes for the people we work with. Meetings are held quarterly. If you would like to attend or find out more please e-mail email@example.com or phone 01786 430000.
Supported Volunteering for Young People aged 13- 25 years Equi-Power is a Social Enterprise working from a temporary base near Airth while work continues, in partnership with Stirling Council, to develop a new purpose-built centre. Thanks to funding provided by Henry Duncan Grants, Equi-Power is piloting volunteering activities for young people with additional support needs.> More
Our Voice Matters - A Young Volunteers Perspective on Registering Your Vote “Why should I vote? How does my vote count?” These are questions I once asked myself when determining whether I should register to vote.> More
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