Cyfannol Women’s Aid has launched a new website, aimed at reassuring anyone in Gwent who has experienced any form of domestic abuse or sexual violence that they are not alone and that support is available.
S.I. Cwmbran recently held an excellent speaker meeting with Caring Canines.
Anyone having a mental health crisis shouldn’t have to deal with it on their own.
TVA have gathered resources and information to provide support for voluntary organisations during the current Cost of Living crisis.
Cranfield Trust, the leading provider of pro bono management support and mentoring, is offering immediate help and support through it’s On Call service to support charities during the cost of living crisis.
Welsh Government are seeking your views on their draft guidance on responding to people bereaved, exposed, or affected by suicide.
S.I. Cwmbran are very grateful to their founding member Edith Price and her family who have generously funded the new honours board for the club.
Whether you’re new to the third sector or want to take your skills to the next level, the free resources are designed to help you stay informed, improve your knowledge and connect with others.
Public services across Gwent are developing a Well-being Plan which will guide the work we do together for the next five years.
Easier and faster access to mental health and well-being support, and help on energy, housing and food costs is urgently needed to protect health and save lives, according to Public Health Wales.