We support community and voluntary groups in Rushcliffe, from advice centres and lunch clubs to wildlife trusts and scout groups. We're here to help and inspire groups and organisations to get started and run professionally. We offer expert advice and assistance with training, fundraising and volunteering, as well as giving encouragement and moral support.
And because we believe in what these groups stand for, we endeavour to represent their views to those who make decisions affecting their work. To get a fuller picture, click on the Services, Projects and Volunteers tabs.
As many of you are aware, last year Gedling, Rushcliffe and Newark and Sherwood CVS’ agreed to work together towards the merger of the three organisations.
Following the withdrawal of Newark & Sherwood CVS earlier this year, Rushcliffe CVS took a step back from the merger project to enable Rushcliffe CVS Trustees to reassess our position and determine the future of our organisation. Trustees took a thorough review of the Business Plan and concluded that the original objectives of the project, defining the three CVS’, had not been achieved.
Accordingly, Trustees made the resolution to withdraw from the current merger project and review alternative options.
This decision does not rule out future joint, collaborative working in the long term.
Come and Celebrate with us!
Thursday 4th June 2015 12.30-4pm
Lutterall Hall, Church Drive, West Bridgford, Nottingham NG2 6AY
If you are a volunteer involving organisation, a volunteer or are interested in volunteering, please come and see us. There will be an opportunity for you to chat to various organisations, the volunteer centre and find out more about volunteering. You can download a poster here.
Find out how volunteering can work for you!!
Do you enjoy driving and meeting people? Would you be willing to give an hour or two once a week or whenever you have availability to support people to go out and about locally? Rushcliffe Voluntary Transport Scheme is very short of voluntary drivers in West Bridgford and Ruddington.
The amount of time given however large or small makes a real difference to passengers such as those who live apart and travel with the scheme to see their husband or wife in a nursing home.
Rushcliffe Community and Voluntary Service is a registered charity (number 1079880) and a company limited by guarantee (number 3867757), registered in England and Wales.