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Improve confidence through effective communication

Explore basic communication concepts, identify the actions and behaviours that make someone likable and others unlikable.

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CWVA Training

26/04/2024
10:00 - 12:30

GDPR for charities, faith, voluntary and community groups

This training is funded by UKSPF

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CWVA Training

04/06/2024
10:00 - 13:00

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Community Volunteer Coordinator - Citizens Advice Cheshire West

This is a new project focused on developing and establishing a team of community volunteers in underrepresented areas of Cheshire West and Chester (initially Lache, Leftwich, Malpas, Neston) to help residents who are finding it hard to access information about the services and support available to them and develop the skills of volunteers to improve employability and/or wellbeing.

Closing Date: 24/04/2024

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Closing Date:

24/04/2024

Fundraising Officer - All Aboard Youth Rowing (formerly Warrington Youth Rowing)

Are you a great fundraiser with an interest in helping a growing and successful charity based in North-West England? All Aboard Youth Rowing – formerly known as Warrington Youth Rowing – is a charity established to support disadvantaged children achieve life skills using the sport of rowing. An exciting opportunity has arisen for a creative fundraising professional to coordinate and achieve additional funding. The Fundraising Officer will coordinate all fundraising activities in line with the Charity’s overall strategy and sustainability plans. Working closely with the Chief Executive Officer, the Fundraising Officer will identify sources of income and build good working relationships with funders to achieve agreed funding targets.

Closing Date: 03/05/2024

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Closing Date:

03/05/2024

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