ACE – Action in Caerau and Ely and Care & Repair Cardiff and the Vale are teaming up to raise funds to support vulnerable people across Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan facing a heating emergency this winter.
The winter fuel crisis fund will pay for
boiler repairs and emergency heating (e.g. electric radiators)
for vulnerable people who cannot afford to heat their homes this winter.
Working alongside other services providing ongoing support, this fund
a quick-response safety net for people in crisis who cannot afford to wait for a lengthy grant application to be processed, or who are not eligible for DAF.
How the fund works: 100% of donations will be held securely at ACE and then distributed via ACE’s community support team and Care & Repair to provide emergency heating solutions to vulnerable people in Cardiff and the Vale. We will use pre-approved contractors for boiler repairs and take all precautions to ensure the safety of vulnerable people during the pandemic. ACE and Care and Repair already have infrastructure in place to enable them to quickly respond to heating emergencies with specific small grants.
are hopeful that, alongside smaller donations, some people who receive
the Winter Fuel Allowance from DWP but do not personally need it might
instead donating it to this fund to help people who cannot afford to
keep their homes warm.
you for your support in raising awareness of this appeal – donations
from your contacts could make all the difference for people in need this
5’s and 5star’s hit cleaning show is looking for people across the UK
who are in need of some professional help keeping their homes clean,
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in December this year until February 2021, this series sees expert
cleaners clean each home in just four days and then gives each of our
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Jukebox Collective are working in partnership with Sub-Sahara Advisory Panel (SSAP) to deliver a free series of creative workshops exploring mental health. Designed to introduce participants to the positive effects creativity can have on wellbeing, the workshops will run between December 2020 – March 2021, covering a variety of creative disciplines – from dance, to drama, to writing & more! Each session will be led by an inspirational guest tutor with professional experience in their field, and there will be options for both young people and adults.
Vacancies – Reducing BAME Employment Gap Week Commencing 30th November 2020
Leader EO – Surge and Rapid Response Team – Cardiff HMRC
Apply via Civil
Service jobs – Ref 79390
Pack Online application process with two online
tests: Numerical Reasoning and Civil Service Judgement tests. The online tests
for this vacancy are not timed and there are no restrictions on how long people
take to complete them, but they must be fully submitted before 11.30am on the
vacancies for 100 Assistant Officer’s in HMRC Customer Service Group.
£19,550 – £21,020,Pro-rata for Part-time; Grade Administrative Officer
job description and candidate pack click on the link below
10.00am – 12.00pm every Friday Jan 8th – March 26th Venue: South Riverside Community Centre & Online
Tutor: Zora Jackman – First Campus Cardiff University
This course will give students an overview of the understanding, knowledge and skills required of a public service interpreter in the UK. It will include professional conduct and development, terminology and basic skills.
18 hours, 10 credits, level 3
In collaboration with the First Campus Adult learning programme, Live Local Learn Local is Cardiff University’s outreach programme that delivers short courses in community settings to encourage people to consider further and higher education.
All courses are FREE, accredited at Level 3 and run for 18 hours in community venues. There are NO previous learning requirements.
FREE Level 3 accredited courses in your local community.
At Assadaqaat Community Finance (ACF), we inspire women to become the change agents and drivers of economic growth in Wales and beyond. Helping women to start and run their MSMEs (micro, small and medium-sized enterprises) not only empowers women to become financially inclusive and increase their incomes but it also helps in creating jobs, and reducing social and economic inequalities.