After an incredibly difficult two years the Suffolk Community Awards are to return in 2022. The awards both celebrate and recognise the significant contributions that groups, individuals and town and parish councils make to the overall … Read Article about We’re Back! Entries Open for Suffolk Community Awards 2022
We have all recently heard three words that no organisation wants to hear – ‘The Great Resignation’. According to the CharityJob website, charity sector applications also fell by three-quarters during 2021. At a time when our sector … Read Article about ‘The Great Resignation’ – Recruitment Challenges for the VCSE Sector
COVID-19 will be a feature of our lives for the foreseeable future, so we need to learn to live with it and manage the risk to ourselves and others. All of us, including Suffolk’s voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector, can play … Read Article about COVID-19 remains a risk: a message from Stuart Keeble, director of public health
A daunting prospect thrust on us once again, this third national lockdown stricter than the last but perhaps slightly less restrictive than the first with experience on our side, will see the VCSE sector called on once again to support services, … Read Article about LOCKDOWN 3 – What does it mean for our VCSE sector in Suffolk?
COMMUNITY Action Suffolk and its popular CEO have been nationally acknowledged in an award event honouring the UK’s voluntary sector. The NAVCA Heart of the Community Awards were staged online by the National Association for Voluntary and … Read Article about AWARD PRAISE FOR COMMUNITY ACTION SUFFOLK
Look back at our programme for Suffolk Action Week in October - a week of events to promote and celebrate volunteering. … Read Article about Suffolk Action Week 2020!
DIVERSITY IS KEY IN OUR NEXT CHAPTER As we begin September, it’s natural that we all start to think of this period as one of a new chapter. It’s a time when we traditionally think about a re-start of schools, colleges, universities; the ‘back … Read Article about CHIEF EXECUTIVE BLOG – CHRIS ON CHANGE IS DUE