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Suffolk invited to apply to next stage of funding to tackle poverty and promote social inclusion

We are very pleased to announce the news that Community Action Suffolk and partners have been successfully invited to apply at Stage Two of the Building Better Opportunities which could bring circa £1.66million into Suffolk. Building Better … Read Article about Suffolk invited to apply to next stage of funding to tackle poverty and promote social inclusion

Volunteers’ Week 2016: Celebrating Sudbury Citizens Advice bureau and its 49 volunteers

It's Volunteers' Week 2016! Over 21 million people volunteer in the UK at least once a year and this contributes an estimated £23.9bn to the UK economy. Behind these big numbers is a big contribution. The theme of Volunteers' Week 2016 is "The Big … Read Article about Volunteers’ Week 2016: Celebrating Sudbury Citizens Advice bureau and its 49 volunteers

Volunteers’ Week 2016: Celebrating Lisa “Why Volunteer? It helps me appreciate life.”

It's Volunteers' Week 2016! Over 21 million people volunteer in the UK at least once a year and this contributes an estimated £23.9bn to the UK economy. Behind these big numbers is a big contribution. The theme of Volunteers' Week 2016 is "The Big … Read Article about Volunteers’ Week 2016: Celebrating Lisa “Why Volunteer? It helps me appreciate life.”

Volunteers’ Week 2016: Celebrating Police Support Volunteers and the West Suffolk Befriending Service

It's Volunteers' Week 2016! Over 21 million people volunteer in the UK at least once a year and this contributes an estimated £23.9bn to the UK economy. Behind these big numbers is a big contribution. The theme of Volunteers' Week 2016 is … Read Article about Volunteers’ Week 2016: Celebrating Police Support Volunteers and the West Suffolk Befriending Service

It’s spring, time to clear out your wardrobe as Talent Match New Anglia Core Youth Panel launches “New-U”, a clothes recycle project

The New-U project has 3 aims: Items will be made available to the young people the project supports and any other young adult between the ages of 16 and 30 who cannot afford to buy suitable clothes for an event such as a job interview or … Read Article about It’s spring, time to clear out your wardrobe as Talent Match New Anglia Core Youth Panel launches “New-U”, a clothes recycle project

Woodbridge’s New Horizons Club returns to seaside after being saved by community

(source: East Anglian Daily Times by Tom Potter) A year made all the difference for members of a resurgent group for older people on their return to the Suffolk seaside. Last summer, a day trip to Felixstowe was tinged with sadness for … Read Article about Woodbridge’s New Horizons Club returns to seaside after being saved by community