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Cardiff Third Sector Representatives

Cardiff Third Sector Council operates the local Third Sector Representation Scheme in partnership, representing the interests of Cardiff’s third sector at strategic meeting and working groups. Third Sector Representatives in Cardiff are:

Meeting Third Sector Representative

Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Third Sector Partnership Network)

Sheila Hendrickson-Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

 

Children & Young People: Sam Austin, Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Operational

Services, Llamau

[email protected]

Deputy: Marco Gil-Cervantes, Chief Executive, ProMo-Cymru

[email protected]

 

Older People: Jeff Hawkins, Chief Executive of Age Connects -Cardiff and the Vale of

Glamorgan; Chair of Age Connects Wales; and Vice Chair of Age Alliance Wales

[email protected]

 

Cardiff Public Services Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Third Sector Partnership Network)

 

Sheila Hendrickson-Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

Older People Programme Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Third Sector Partnership Network)

Safeguarding Adults Board

Jeff Hawkins, Chief Executive of Age Connects -Cardiff and the Vale of

Glamorgan; Chair of Age Connects Wales; and Vice Chair of Age Alliance Wales

 

Vulnerable Children and Families Programme Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Children, Young People and Families Network)

C&V Local Safeguarding Children Board

Jackie Vining, Assistant Director, Children’s Services, Cardiff & the Vale of Glamorgan, Barnardo’s Cymru

(Chair – CCYPF Network)

[email protected]

 

Educational Development – NEETs – Engagement & Progression

Michelle Tucker, Llamau

 

Cardiff Employment, Education & Training Strategy Group

Sian Browne, Llamau

[email protected]

 

Education Development Programme Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Sustainable Education Network)

 

Briefing Papers

 

Education Development Programme Board

Anthony Houlston Clark, Restorative Trainer & Practitioner Team Leader,Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership

 

Cardiff Sustainable Education Network

Julie Giles, Keep Wales Tidy

(Chair – CSEN)

[email protected]

 

Cardiff and Vale Health and Wellbeing Programme Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Health, Social Care and Wellbeing Network)

Healthy Living – Healthy Lifestyles

Janice Bell, United Welsh

[email protected]

 

Emotional Mental Health and Wellbeing Programme Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Health, Social Care and Wellbeing Network)

Adult Mental Health; Children & Young People

Linda Newton, CAVAMH

[email protected]

Safer & Cohesive Communities Programme Board

(Linked C3SC Members’ Network: Cardiff Safer & Cohesive Communities Network,

Equalities & Human Rights Network,

BME Forum)

Sheila Hendrickson-Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

 

 

Deputy: Mary Duckett, Operation Manager, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

Neighbourhood Partnership Programme Board

Sheila Hendrickson-Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

Neighbourhood Partnerships:

 

Cardiff North

Thoria Mohammed, Third Sector Development Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

Cardiff East

Thoria Mohammed, Third Sector Development Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

Cardiff South East

Wayne Morgan, Third Sector Development Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

City and Cardiff South

Wayne Morgan, Third Sector Development Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

Cardiff South West

Hannah Morris, Third Sector Development Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]

 

Cardiff West

Hannah Morris, Third Sector Development Officer, Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC)

[email protected]


Here is a list of other contacts, partners and websites, which you may find helpful:
  • ACEVO (Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations): supporting, connecting, developing and representing the third sector’s leaders, which include Chief Executives, Chairs, Trustees, Directors and Senior Managers – www.acevo.org.uk
  • Cardiff Volunteer Centre – the Volunteer Centre run in Cardiff by the Community for the Community – https://www.c3sc.org.uk/volunteer/
  • Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership – ensures the partnership bodies work effectively together
  • Cardiff and Vale University Health Boardwww.cardiffandvaleuhb.wales.nhs.uk
  • Cardiff Councilwww.cardiff.gov.uk
  • Cardiff Public Services Board: information on the work that public, private and third sector organisations are jointly undertaking to move the city forward – www.cardiffpartnership.co.uk/cardiff-public-services-board/
  • Charity Evaluation Services: the UK’s leading provider of support and advice on quality and evaluation systems for the voluntary sector – www.ncvo.org.uk 
  • Information Commissioner’s Office: the UK’s independent authority set up to uphold information rights in the public interest, promoting openness by public bodies and data privacy for individuals – http://ico.org.uk/
  • National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NVCO): the largest umbrella body for the voluntary and community sector in England – www.ncvo-vol.org.uk
  • Open4Communities – one-stop shop for funding advice and opportunities – www.c3sc.org.uk 
  • Participation Cymru specialises in the advice and information on public and community engagement – www.participationcymru.org.uk
  • Social Firms Wales: the National Support Agency for Social Firm Developmentwww.socialfirmswales.co.uk
  • Wales Co-operative Centre: here to help co-operatives, social enterprises, community groups and voluntary organisations – www.walescooperative.org
  • Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA): the voice of the voluntary sector in Wales –www.wcva.org.uk
  • Welsh Government services and information: https://gov.wales/
  • Welsh Institute for Health and Social Care works to bridge the many divides between research, policy and practice in health and social care – wihsc.glam.ac.uk
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Charity Commission Report 2012: ‘Making the grade – charity governance in Wales’

Please note that C3SC cannot take responsibility for the information other organisations produce, for example, in their resources, and on their websites. The views of other organisations are not necessarily the views of C3SC.

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