Do you have high-quality images of your volunteers at work? We’re looking for great shots to advertise volunteering across Oxfordshire, and get people using the Oxon Volunteers website. By using your photos, not only do you help us advertise volunteering more widely, but you also have an opportunity for your cause to be under the … Continue reading We want your photos! Collaborate with us as we advertise oxonvolunteers.org
Following the success of our launch event in 2017, we have decided to hold an event in 2018 to announce the opening of the 2018 Award nominations. Please join us to find out about the 2018 ceremony, meet previous winners and meet our valued sponsors at the OCVA Offices on Tuesday 30th January 2018 from … Continue reading *** OCVA Charity and Volunteer Awards Launch Event***
Who Can You Tell? is our new film to help primary school children stay safe from sexual harm, including child sex abuse and female genital mutilation (FGM). The film is aligned with the NSPCC PANTS campaign and supports learning on body rights and safety. The film will be launched together with a lesson plan, suggested letter … Continue reading Who Can You Tell?
As part of a new service, we have set up a countywide VCS calendar to keep everyone informed of events and to try and stop a clash of events. See what's on in Oxfordshire here Add your events to the Countywide Calendar here
Following the success of our launch event in 2017, we have decided to hold an event in 2018 to announce the opening of the 2018 Award nominations. Please join us to find out about the 2018 ceremony, meet previous winners and meet our valued sponsors at the OCVA Offices on Tuesday 30th January 2018 from … Continue reading OCVA Charity and Volunteer Awards Launch Event
Applications are invited for nominations for High Sheriff’s Awards for the year 2017/2018. The purpose of these awards is to recognise people in Oxfordshire who have made outstanding contributions to the communities in which they live and work. Nominees will usually have had a high impact on the lives of others over a sustained period … Continue reading Applications are invited for nominations for High Sheriff’s Awards for the year 2017/2018.
Thank you for your support in sending your used postage stamps to help raise vital funds for the RSPB's Save the 'Albatross Appeal'. We would be very grateful if you could continue to send in stamps from Christmas cards etc on a regular basis. Did you realise that more stamps will be used over the Christmas period … Continue reading Used Postage Stamps for the RSPB
The OSCB is holding a learning event on effective working with dads and male care givers. Analysis from Oxfordshire case reviews shows that this is an area of work that our children’s workforce could improve upon. The half-day event will include local learning and resources for effective working with dads, a key note speaker from the … Continue reading Save the date! OSCB Learning event on Friday 9th February 2018, 09:00 – 12:30
Mary Elford, Retiring Chair for Bridewell Gardens, Mental Health Recovery writes: "Over the last few months you have included our request for a new Chair of Trustees for Bridewell. I am pleased to tell you that an excellent person has come forward after she saw our request on your website and she has been appointed … Continue reading Thanks to Pulse
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust are delighted to announce that ‘Let’s talk FGM’ (a resource to support discussion on female genital mutilation) is now available as a web app. This means that it can be accessed from any browser on a smart phone, tablet or PC. We are sure you will find the new version more … Continue reading Web app – ‘Let’s talk FGM’