Christmas is traditionally a time of caring and sharing. Have you been to any novel fundraising events? How does your group raise money this time of year?
Share your ideas, we'd love to hear from you.
Wednesday, 19 December 2012
Powys County Council wishes to engage with a suitably qualified and competent provider to deliver a Family and Behaviour support service across the County of Powys. It is anticipated that the service will begin 1st April 2013.
Posted by Admin at 07:00
Friday, 7 December 2012
PCC Powys County Council and PtHB Powys teaching Health Board are holding a
Provider Forum to inform the market of their Commissioning Intentions with regards to the
new Brynhyfryd Integrated Health and Social Care Centre in Builth Wells.
The new Brynhyfryd extension (currently at an advanced stage of construction) is designed to deliver an integrated, outcome focussed, reabling short term model of care.
The purpose of the Forum is to inform potential providers of the service model and scope of the intended service. Attendees will be given the opportunity to view plans of the site, and to ask questions regarding the requirements of the service which will tendered early in 2013.
The forum will be held at 14.00pm until 17.00pm on Thursday 13th December 2012 at the Media Resource Centre, Oxford Rad, Llandrindod Wells.
More information can b found on the sell2wales website at: https://www.sell2wales.co.
Posted by Admin at 04:06
Unity Trust Bank in partnership with WCVA (Wales Council for Voluntary Action) has launched a loan fund for charitable organisations in Wales to support building infrastructure projects.
The WCVA Loan Fund aims to make it easier for charitable organisations in Wales to work together on building infrastructure projects to cut costs and share resources. It is hoped that the fund will stimulate the creation of syndicates of charitable organisations working together in communal business centres.
There is a total of £30 million in the loan fund which will be released over five years at £6 million annually. Loans will range from £250,000 to £5 million.
Rates are negotiable on a case-by-case basis, but typically will be Base Rate plus 2.25% with a minimum rate of 4%. Fixed rates are available for up to five years.
Applicants are advised that a 1.5% arrangement fee will be payable on acceptance of any loan offer.
Loan offers will generally be made up to the value of 75% of the property, but greater loan-to-values (LTVs) will be considered where there is sufficient security.
Repayment periods of up to 30 years are available.
Charities and voluntary organisations may apply as long as they are WCVA members.
(Source: Grant Finder)
Posted by Admin at 03:10