Safer Merthyr Tydfil aims to enhance the quality of life of residents, visitors, and those who work or invest in Merthyr Tydfil, and elsewhere in Wales, by reducing crime and the fear of crime via its key projects including; Homesafe security service, Domestic Abuse Resource Team, Believe In Change Perpetrator Programme, Children and Young People’s Support Team, and the Moving Ahead Project, which rely on volunteers to deliver the service.
Published 08 May 2012
Tottenham Hotspur Foundation has recently achieved the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard, recognising the excellent work of its volunteer programme.
'Neath Port Talbot Council for Voluntary Service is absolutely delighted to have once again received the Investing in Volunteers Quality Award'.
Published in the Rutland & Stamford Mercury, Tuesday 8 May 2012
The efforts of county volunteers and those that work with them have been recognised with a national award.
Home-Start Cardiff East works with fragile families in times of distress, making them strong again and preventing crisis. In an ideal world Home-Start wouldn’t be needed. But for many parents the pressures of family life are simply too much to cope with alone.
Cardiff Women’s Aid (CWA) is proud to have achieved the IIV Award for the second time. As a charity that has its roots in both the Volunteer and Women’s Movements, CWA’s volunteer service is well-established and an integral part of service delivery.
Velindre Cancer Centre has recently achieved the Investing in Volunteers quality standard, in recognition of the excellent work they do with volunteers.
Peabody achieves volunteering first
17 February 2012
Peabody has become the first large housing association to achieve the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard, recognising the excellent work it does with volunteers.
Investing in volunteers at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital has achieved the Investing in Volunteers Quality Standard, recognising the excellent work they do with their volunteers.
Durham University receives national award for staff volunteering scheme
Released Tuesday, January 24, 2012
A scheme which sees Durham University staff provide their skills and expertise to local community groups and projects has won a prestigious national award.
The University’s Staff Volunteering and Outreach (SVO) programme was presented with the Investing in Volunteers for Employers (liVE) mark by the United Kingdom Volunteering Forum (UKVF).