This Spring edition of our Care In Action Newsletter includes information about the services HARCVS will continue to provide after 1 April and a Comment from the HARCVS Board of Trustees on the change to provider and the new service model.
From the 1st April HARCVS will cease to provide:
- The Advice Service for charitable organisations
- Advice for people who wish to volunteer
Thank You for to our members for sharing your views of our HARCVS service to voluntary and community organisations in our annual survey.
From 1 March 2017 the support for homeless and vulnerable people provided by Corrina’s Homeless and Vulnerable Project (CHVP) will be relocated.
It's Student Volunteering Week and so we thought we'd take the opportunity to highlight a few of the local roles available to under 18s. Volunteering is a great way to gain references, experience for your CV or UCAS form and to learn more about different types of careers.
It has been confirmed that from 1st April 2017 HARCVS will no longer receive funding from North Yorkshire County Council and the NHS North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups to carry out their role as the local support and development charity for the Harrogate District.
Our new online Where to Turn directory is free to use and contains information about over 600 charity services, support groups and community activities across Harrogate district.
Back by popular demand the HARCVS Social Media Surgery will be at Harrogate Community House on 22 May 2017.
HARCVS Introduction Sessions are held quarterly and last for around an hour. The session comprises informal presentations by HARCVS staff on the support services we provide, our projects and information about the local voluntary sector.
Were you one of the many people who made a New Year's Resolution this year to keep in shape, meet new people or learn new skills?
The HARCVS Care In Action Newsletter is published 3 times a year and contains articles and information on a range of topics such as special events, training, consultations
Thank you to everyone who joined us at our AGM event 2016 to look back over the last year and to look ahead at the challenges we face together.
Celebrate local voluntary and community action and face opportunities and challenges together.
We would be delighted if you could join us for an informal network lunch from 12.30pm.
As an independent local support and development charity we provide specialist support to around 200 small charitable groups.
Trustee Tuesday is a free informal workshop for new charity trustees or anyone thinking of becoming a trustee. Find out about the responsibilities of a trustee and where you can access support.
The Care In Action Newsletter is published 3 times a year and contains articles and information on a range of topics such as special events, training, consultations, new services and resources and news from HARC
Over twenty charities and organisations across North Yorkshire, including HARCVS and HELP, have joined forces to bring warmth to cold homes and tackle rising rates of fuel poverty.
Making Harrogate District Happier for Everyone
Thank you to everyone who joined us to look back over the last year and to look ahead at the challenges we face together.
This year we worked hard
In summer 2015 Abu joined us as a student volunteer to share his skills with HARCVS. As a student of accountancy, Abu’s experience and ideas have been valuable looking at budgets, costings, processes and funding applications.
In summer 2015 Rebecca joined us as a student volunteer to share her skills with HARCVS.
In this blog, Rebecca shares her story of her time with us...
This year, HARCVS hosted a joint event with Healthwatch North Yorkshire on 21 October bringing people together to look at how we can reduce rural disadvantage, loneliness and isolation and improve health and wellbeing in our district.
During July 2014 the HARCVS team was delighted to welcome Suzanne Elsdon on a 2 week work placement. Suzanne was a really helpful member of our team and enthusiastically completed a variety of different jobs. In this blog Suzanne shares her story of her time with us...