Refugee Week 2019 is from 17th to 23rd June with World Refugee Day on 20th June. Find out more information and this year's theme http://refugeeweek.org.uk/theme-of-refugee-week-2019/ Oxford City of Sanctuary is collating and publicising the various events that are taking place across the city, including on the Oxford Refugee Week website: http://refugeeweek.org.uk/about-us/our-community/oxford-city-of-sanctuary/ so please send … Continue reading Refugee Week 17th – 23rd June 2019 – events
The BIG Volunteer Event is being organised by Oxfordshire Community and Voluntary Action (OCVA) in partnership with Faringdon Council and is a fantastic opportunity for Faringdon based voluntary organisations to promote themselves and their volunteering opportunities, meet potential volunteers, find out how to engage with them both online and face to face and find out … Continue reading Are you interested in having a stall at Faringdon’s BIG Volunteer Event on Saturday 8th June?
Small Charity Week 2019 – 17th - 22nd June This year Small Charity Week marks its 10th anniversary, and offers small charities a range of opportunities to shout about their work, get support and advice, and develop skills and knowledge. Taking place over six themed days, there are a multitude of ways to get … Continue reading Small Charities Week 17th – 22nd June
There will be a Voluntary Sector Forum on Thursday 27th June from 9.30 - 2.00 (Registration and Refreshments from 9.00). Voluntary groups and their representatives from or working in the Cherwell District are invited to come along. Full details and booking form are here https://ocva.org.uk/core/events/2019-cherwell-voluntary-forum/ Hope to see you there.
Rural Oxfordshire Network (RON) Date: Tuesday 11th June 2019 Subject: Rural Transport Venue: The Pavilion, Long Hanborough http://www.communityfirstoxon.org/hanborough-pavilion-village-hall/ This networking forum is for anyone who lives and/or works in Oxfordshire who cares about rural Oxfordshire. The 5th RON event is on rural transport. The event is organised by Community First Oxfordshire, OCVA, the Diocese of … Continue reading Rural Oxfordshire Network (RON) – Rural Transport Forum 11/06/19. Book your place now.
Oxfordshire Early Years conference 2019 – Booking your exhibition stand The conference is on the 7th November at the Kassam Stadium, Oxford. We are lucky enough to have the following speakers: Greg Bottrill – Can I go and Play Now Jen Lexmond, Founder of Easy Peasy Kate Shelley - Founder of Tales Toolkit, Tamsin … Continue reading Oxfordshire Early Years conference 2019 – book your exhibition stand
The Multaka-Oxford project at the Pitt Rivers Museum and History of Science Museum will be running a networking day on Monday 24 June 2019 at Pitt Rivers Museum on the theme of 'Inclusive Volunteering: creating inclusive programmes for forced migrants through cross-sector partnership working'If you have a case study or paper you would like to … Continue reading Inclusive volunteering: call for presentations of case studies and/or delivery of skills share sessions
There is some exciting news about the re-launch of OSEP as a brand new, local support organisation for social and environmental impact enterprises, run by local social entrepreneurs with support from the two universities.To celebrate this, OSEP is hosting two very engaging and different events at Marmalade early in April. Past events have been fully … Continue reading Oxfordshire Social Entrepreneurship Partnership (OSEP) – networking event and interactive workshop 11/4/19
Multaka-Oxford Networking Day Monday 24 June 2019 (10am to 3.30pm) Pitt Rivers Museum Inclusive Volunteering: Creating inclusive programmes for forced migrants through cross-sector partnership working If you are interested in attending the day or have case studies or could lead a training session, please see attached details or contact Nicola Bird, Project Manager Multaka-Oxford firstname.lastname@example.org … Continue reading Multaka-Oxford Networking Day – Pitt Rivers Museum 24/06/19
NCVO recently held a members meeting in Oxford. Read the summary here: what our members in Oxford told us in February