Monthly Archives: September 2016

Talent Match presents fundraising cheque to EACH

September 27, 2016

Over the past year Talent Match Ipswich has raised money to be able to engage with more young people and to support our local charity EACH. On the 22 September 2016, Youth Advocates Daniel Flory and Katarina Johansson visited EACH Treehouse in Ipswich with Matt, one of our young people, who helped us raise money by

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Local organisations find their feet in funding – if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again!

September 23, 2016

15 organisations were represented at the latest Community Action Suffolk locality networking event in Ipswich (Thursday 22 September 2016), where local groups came together to network and share ideas. Majoring on funding, groups heard from Ipswich Borough Council’s communities team, who encouraged applications to their cash grant scheme, and other ongoing funding pots. VCSE Locality Officer

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The village building homes for young families

September 21, 2016

BBC Radio 4 recently produced a feature on the Suffolk village of Lavenham and how residents have recognised the need for more affordable housing, especially for young families. In September 2014, Lavenham Parish Council used Community Action Suffolk’s housing needs survey toolkit to survey local residents. The majority of respondents were in favour of a

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Our recent training was “A brilliant chance to… strengthen your organisation’s ability to successfully use volunteers”

September 21, 2016

Community Action Suffolk Volunteering Services team had a successful and enjoyable day delivering ‘Introduction to Involving Volunteers’ training at the Mid Suffolk and Babergh District Council office on 13 September 2016. The day was not only fun but also gratifying to hear how important volunteers are to groups and how valued their contribution is. Groups

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“onesuffolk” website service to be provided by Community Action Suffolk

September 8, 2016

From 1 November 2016, Suffolk County Council will cease to be the provider of the onesuffolk service and Community Action Suffolk (CAS) will become the new provider. The onesuffolk web hosting facility will not be disrupted by the transfer, and your domain name will remain the same. This change is happening as Suffolk County Council

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Help us to deliver the training that you need

September 7, 2016

At Community Action Suffolk we are keen to understand the needs of our members and other organisations, and the types of training that may be required. We would be grateful if you would complete this short survey about training needs which will help us to understand the types of requirements that different organisations have. We

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