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November 15, 2019

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DVSC is delighted to share some great news.

In October, DVSC signed the license to operate Ruthin Market Hall on Market Street with Denbighshire County Council. And this week Welsh Government announced that DVSC was one of the successful award winners of the Foundational Economy Challenge Fund to help us on our social enterprise journey.

  

Helen Wilkinson, Chief Executive at DVSC says: “We are very exci...

October 30, 2019

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As part of Trustees’ Week 2019 which runs from 4th till 8th November, DVSC will be holding a series of workshops around good governance, fundraising and volunteering.

As the membership body for volunteers, voluntary and community groups, third sector organisations and social enterprises in Denbighshire, DVSC is taking part in UK wide celebrations for Trustees’ Week which will involve a number of interesting...

October 22, 2019

DVSC is looking for a Wellbeing Lead to join our team and shape the development of DVSC’s Wellbeing portfolio.  

The post holder will be a key member of DVSC team and will play a key role in helping us to implement our vision, mission and values, by promoting individual and community wellbeing and by ensuring we demonstrate the impact and social value of the work we do.

 The successful candidate will ideally have knowledge, expe...

October 22, 2019

JOB VACANCY AT DVSC

DVSC is currently recruiting for a new post. This is an exciting time to join the organisation and contribute to its enterprise development.

Wellbeing Lead – Full time

The job description with person specification, additional information and application form are available on our website Work with Us page.

Knowledge of Dementia and individuals living with Dementia is a requirement of the post (if you do not have...

October 20, 2019

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Beth yw Cronfa Budd Brenig Wind Ltd?

Mae Cronfa Budd Cymunedol Brenig Wind Ltd yn gronfa 25 mlynedd er budd y cymunedau yn ac o amgylch Fferm Wynt Brenig.  Mae’r fferm wynt wedi’i lleoli yn ardal Cyngor Cymunedol Nantglyn a ward etholiadol Llanrhaeadr yng Nghinmeirch yng Nghyngor Sir Ddinbych.  Mae’r gronfa wedi’i sefydlu gan ddatblygwyr y fferm wynt, Brenig Wind Limited.

Mae’r datblygwyr, Brenig Wind...

October 18, 2019


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Below you can read the update on the re-development of Ruthin Hospital as presented during our Third Sector Stakeholder Network Meeting held on the 17th April 2019 at the Naylor Leyland Centre.

A new update will be presented at our Wellbeing Network Meeting on Wednesday 23rd October.

Representation

Representatives of the following organisations, attended:

BCUHB; BCUHB Stakeholder Group; Red Cross; E...

September 23, 2019

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Guest Blog by Ruth Eley, DVSC Associate & Director and Vice-chair at Life Story Network

How it all began

Earlier this year Life Story Network was asked to carry out a community mapping exercise for DVSC to identify the current level of dementia awareness and activity across the county. This contributed to DVSC’s Dementia Aware Community Led programme.

The exercise suggested that although there wa...

September 20, 2019

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Chaired by Helen Wilkinson, Chief Executive, DVSC

Overview

The aim of #DenbighshireVolunteers Third Sector Network is to proactively lead on and facilitate initiatives to improve the involvement of volunteers in Denbighshire. The group will focus on several key areas such as increasing the pool of volunteers, establishing good practice in relation to volunteer involvement and raising the profile of vo...

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Volunteers, voluntary and community action and the third sector are at the heart of building more sustainable and resilient communities. 

As a result, support for the sector is needed today more than ever so that we can engage, enable and empower individuals, groups and organisations to achieve their potential and the communities of which they are a part.

This is where Denbighshire Voluntary Services Council comes in. 

 

As a charity operating since 1996, our members are at the heart of what we do. 

Our mission is building resilient communities through voluntary action and social enterprise, providing excellent support for our members and being an influential voice

 

Our small dedicated team aims to have as great an impact as we can with the resources that we have. 

As a charity, we are independent of government (both local and national) and from public sector organisations so we will always put the needs and interests of #DenbighshireVolunteers and the third sector in Denbighshire first.

 

This means from time to time we will challenge our public sector partners and government to share power and resources, so that we are all enabled to be part of the solution as equal and valued partners. 

Our Sector Support service is resource intensive, but we are investing in it because we believe providing support to volunteers, voluntary and community groups, charities, social enterprises and community interest companies is the key to building resilient communities.  

We provide a wealth of information and resources to volunteers, voluntary and community groups, and third sector organisations as part of member benefits and we want to keep our services as accessible as we can, and to reach as many people as we can. This is why we offer FREE membership to volunteers, voluntary and community groups and third sector organisations operating in Denbighshire with an annual income of less than £50,000. To read more about our Fee Structure based on turnover and our different stakeholders please click here.

As part of this approach, we ask our partners - public sector organisations and businesses operating in Denbighshire - to pay a little more. We believe this approach is fairer - and it allows us to get help and support to those that need it most.

 

Without core funding from the Welsh Government we could not exist.

So looking to the future, we also need to focus on our own enterprise development, raise more money and secure more service level agreements from public sector organisations and business so we can enhance our own sustainability and continue to provide excellent sector support. 

If you like what we are about, then join us in building a movement for change in Denbighshire. 

 

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