Highland Branch of Crohn's and Colitis UK.
The role includes being responsible for organising group meetings, attending training and development, and working with both our medical advisors on the local health board and the charity's staff at head office. Ideally someone who is enthusiastic and has some free time to raise the profile of the charity locally.
These groups aim to raise funds and awareness for the charity, also to hold educational meetings and also informal drop in events where people can come along and speak with others who understand what it is like to live with these conditions. In addition these local groups are supported by the charity at National level, who offer guidance and training for volunteers. The charity also works with the local health board to try and improve patient care for people in the Highlands.
Despite our great effort we were not successful in winning the minibus
A Community Transport Group in Keith were the lucky winners.
Hopefully they will be repeating the competition next year and we can all come together and try again.
Diabetes UK- Caithness Support Group
The Local branch of Diabetes UK are looking for a new volunteer secretary to assist the committee with correspondence, publicity minute taking etc. A good knowlege of IT, computer literate and communication skills required. If you would like to help this valued service get in touch firstname.lastname@example.org
North Lands Creative Glass
North Lands Creative Glass are interested in hearing from arts and business professionals with skills and experience that reflect the interests of the organisation to join our existing board team. You will be committed to the principles of good governance and will be enthusiastic about our key aims.
Board member positions are unpaid, but all reasonable expenses will be reimbursed.
Deadline for Applications: Friday November 18th.
Applications should be made in writing in the form of a CV and covering letter expressing your interest.
Applications in email only to: email@example.com
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This small development grants programme for Men’s Sheds is open for applications in 2016/17. They can provide up to £2,500 for a variety of activities that enable sheds to get started and to operate. They have provided funding for start-up costs for new sheds, training for volunteers and volunteer expenses, transport for fact finding visits to meet with more established sheds, and essential tools and equipment.