Find out what PAVO are up to from 4th - 8th November 2019!
Garreg Lwyd Hill Wind Farm funds local community projects every year during the lifetime of the wind farm
The Accolades are back and we’re now accepting entries and nominations!
The Accolades are awards that recognise, celebrate and share excellent work by organisations, groups or teams in social care, early years and childcare.
Contact PAVO for support with your application. We can talk through your project ideas, help you with any issues around eligibility, advise around evidence of need, and check your application before submission.
Your Views Sought - Powys County Council is feeling the squeeze!
The continued pressure on public spending means that between £8m and £13m needs to be found during next year so we can set a balanced budget - required by law.
Thousands of people across the UK will post crossed finger selfies on social media on Tuesday 29 October to help celebrate The National Lottery’s 25th birthday.
A total of £128,000 is available between now and the end of March 2020
and a further £175,000 between April'20 - March'21
If you're yet to nominate a charity, social enterprise, community group or volunteer in the Welsh Charity Awards, then you're running out of time...the nominations stage closes on 2 October (next Wednesday!)
Small grants up to £800 are available from PAVO to run projects that provide volunteering opportunities for young people aged 14-25 years.
Swansea University is looking to talk to people aged over 18 who are using social care services in Wales.
This is part of a research study about people’s experiences of using social care in the last few years.
We’ve listed out some common...
Two in five people across the UK live in a town, but it is the unique sense of place, identity and shared history of each town which means that policies aimed at their regeneration cannot be rolled out in a way that discounts how distinctive they are
The purpose of the Tampon Tax Fund is to allocate the funds generated from the VAT on sanitary products to projects that improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls.
With funding being reduced across many service areas, Powys Lotto is a way to empower our good causes to raise money for themselves and help continue providing vital services for Powys residents.
The next round of Engagement Events will help you to identify, plan and communicate the positive difference your organisation makes to society.
This report provides a review of the Well-being Plans of the Local Authorities that cover the Mid Wales region, with the intent of developing an understanding of the well-being needs of the people of Mid Wales.
The forum welcomes people who want to work toward greater racial equality in the region, most especially ethnic minority people.
The Committees of the National Assembly for Wales are seeking information to inform their scrutiny of the Welsh Government’s Draft Budget proposals for 2020-21. Anyone wishing to contribute can do so by submitting a formal response to the...
1. What are we trying to achieve?
2. How can I get involved?
3. What services could be provided at home?
....and much more - find out here!
A new report from WCVA outlines the need for creative collaboration across sectors to ensure sustainable funding streams for voluntary organisations in Wales
Thursday 18th July 10.00-3.00 at The Red House, Old Town Hall, High St, Merthyr Tydfil CF47 8AE.
The Welsh Ambulance Service wants to understand what you need and expect from them when using the services they provide.
We've changed! We are giving you an opportunity to find out what we will be doing differently over the next 5 years.
For groups working on projects working to protect wildlife and the environment, support vulnerable groups and renewable energy projects.
The search for the next winners of the annual Powys Business Awards (now celebrating its tenth year) has been launched!
Last years' winners pictured just below: East Radnorshire Day Centre, with award sponsor Mid Wales Housing and Awards host...
A new state of the art health and social care facility for north Powys could soon be a reality thanks to funding from Welsh Government.
The Trusted Charity Mark is the externally assessed award for Trusted Charity users which demonstrates achievement of the Trusted Charity standards. This nationally recognised award offers both users and funders/commissioners external verification of...
The Active Offer is providing a service in Welsh without someone having to ask for it.
Service users don’t usually realise that they can ask to recieve their services in Welsh, so the active offer gives reassurance and enables any service users that...
The ninth annual Powys Volunteer of the Year Awards took place on the 6th June 2019, at the Pavilion, Llandrindod Wells. The celebration of volunteering was attended by volunteers and guests from around the county and was organised by Powys...
The changes are designed to make it easier for fundraisers, charities and third-party organisations to understand the standards expected of them when fundraising. The new code is also easier for the public to navigate, so that they know what to...
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Free training in Crickhowell, Knighton and Welshpool
A chance for us to thank and celebrate volunteers in Powys!
PAVO runs a number of training courses to help organisations, and this season have we three fantastic programmes on offer!
These bulletins aim to inform and engage local stakeholders in the development of 111 and GP Out of Hours Services in Powys.
A consultation was launched in May regarding changes to the Smoke Free premises and Vehicles Regulations that will affect Mental Health wards, including the Felindre Ward in Bronllys. Rhydian and John from the Patients’ Council attended a meeting on...
The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) have now come into effect.