Young people (UASC) learn about volunteering

A group of asylum seeking children (UASC), from the Integrate Coventry Project participated in a session to help them with their future plans and goal setting. Read more.

Have your say about how up to £738 million of dormant assets funding is spent in England

Do you want to have your say on how up to £738 million of dormant assets funding is spent in England? A public consultation offers an important opportunity to share your views on broad social and/or environmental purposes for dormant assets funding in England. Read more.

Coventry voluntary sector leads the way in tackling health inequalities

The Department of Health & Social Care has recently announced a new Office of Health and Equalities to combat the inequalities in health and wellbeing outcomes for people living in the most deprived areas in England. This new policy focuses on preventing health problems before they develop. Read more.

Coventry VCSE Health Inequalities Network – a Coventry City Council initiative

Coventry City Council are inviting organisations to join the newly established Coventry VCSE Health Inequalities Network. The Network is part of their system-wide Call to Action to tackling health inequalities in the City and has been initiated by the Health and Wellbeing Board and the Marmot Partnership Group. Read more.

Chat Central April 2021 News

Hi Chat Central members, volunteers and friends! Read more.

Chat Central for Youth (CC4Y) News April 2021

This spring VAC are running lots of sessions aimed at getting people involved, making friends, getting ‘out there’ and more active. We are all different and need different things, so we have created lots of different ways to get involved in VAC and feel connected, no matter what your age or confidence level. Read more.

VCSE Members Survey

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CC4Y March 2021 News

Chat central for Youth (CC4Y) is busy working with 16-25 year olds in Coventry reducing social isolation and helping young adults to make friendships and connections Read more.

Progress March 2021 News

Progress is Part of the Building Better Opportunities programme designed to support young people aged 14-25 who are not in education, training or employment. Read more.

Improving Lives March 2021 News

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