One hundred projects nationally will share £27million over the next three years to help tackle poverty and disadvantage.
Month: February 2023
Melanie McEwen has become Development Manager as Gordon Mann leaves as Trust Chair.
Dumfries and Galloway Council has become the first whole Council in Scotland to be awarded the Investing in Volunteers (IiV) Charter Mark of Excellence by Volunteer Scotland. The external accreditation was officially presented to Dawn Roberts, Chief Executive and Stephen Thompson, former Council Leader at the Ewart Library in Dumfries on Tuesday 14 February 2023… Read more »
The Tackling Poverty Reference Group is a regional group of Volunteers who have direct experience of poverty.
All the sessions are designed to help the third sector become stronger, more resilient, and more sustainable.
Wheatley Homes South will be delivering their environmental roots employability programme in Dumfries. Due to the way the programmes are funded, places can only be offered to Wheatley customers. This is anyone living in a Wheatley Homes South, formerly DGHP house, or anyone being supported by Wheatley Care. Environmental Roots is a 4 week employability… Read more »
An artist is being commissioned to work with the community to embrace and express the excitement surrounding the future of Dumfries’ Midsteeple Quarter. They will host a series of engagement events with people of all ages to capture the determination and ambition behind the drive to breathe new life into the town centre through community… Read more »