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19 March 2019

Hello, and welcome to this week’s newsletter. 

Registration for gofod3 2019 closes at 4pm today – don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to learn from each other and share ideas – by attending one of the many sessions in our jam-packed programme, cruising around our bustling exhibition space talking to the stallholders or just grabbing a coffee and a seat with an old friend. Free spaces are available over at!

Do you have a project that you would love to work on but don’t have the capacity? The Futures Connect Team at Cardiff University are offering opportunities to place students and graduates in a variety of paid and unpaid placements. Students are looking for a variety of experiences, and having high-calibre, independent and pro-active students to support you with a particular project, or aspect of your organisation’s work, can have significant benefits. Visit the website for more details.

Thanks for reading, we’ll catch you next week.




Volunteering news

Natasha achieves employment through volunteering

Natasha Davies from Wrexham recently gained employment in a shop and believes she achieved the skills and confidence to return to work through volunteering.


Training and Events

Getting on Board – Trustee recruitment training

Could a broader range of trustees with professional skills, networks and wide life experiences give your charity the impetus to reach the next level?

2 April 2019, Cardiff
20 June 2019, Rhyl

Note taking at participative events

Explore how to record data from events effectively and accurately

2 May 2019, Merthyr Tydfil

Webinar: Measuring the Well-being of Wales and National Milestones Consultation

What do you know about the Well-being of Wales? And do you want to have a say in developing national milestones for Wales’ well-being?

27 March 2019, 14:00 – 15:00


Registration for gofod3 closes at 4pm today!

Don’t miss out on the biggest event for the third sector in Wales – a unique opportunity to learn from each other and share ideas. Book your free place at gofod3 2019 before 4pm today. 

Policy and projects

This week’s consultations

Asking how Wales’ progress can be measured – have your say.

Bill seeks to give trustees time off work for their duties

Susan Elan Jones, MP for Clwyd South, has introduced the Charity Trustees (Time Off For Duties) Bill to the House of Commons.

Nominations for the Rotary International Peace Award 2019 are now open

The Rotary International Peace Award recognises an individual or organisation who has contributed to the furtherance of peace and understanding throughout peoples of the world.  



Funding latest

The Act for Change Fund

Organisations can apply for between £20,000 and £100,000 to provide resources for people aged 14 to 25 years old to challenge injustice.

The Grow Wild Youth Project

Young people aged 14 – 25 can apply for £500 for creative projects that celebrate UK native wildflowers and fungi.

Rosa’s ‘Voices from the Frontline’

Up to £5,000 is available to organisations to shine a light on their fight for gender equality in the UK.

Changes to the Fundraising Regulator Levy

Since its inception in 2016 The Fundraising Regulator has placed a levy on charities spending over £100,000 a year on fundraising.

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EU Citizens’ Rights Info Session – Cardiff
Wales Civil Society Forum on Brexit Newsletter 15th March 2019

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