A Centre for Voluntary Services
Become a Member of Amber Valley CVS
As a member you are able to access our full range of Membership Services, including:
Access to a vast wealth of advice and information
on topics such as:
  • Governance, Human Resources,
    Training Opportunities, Funding,
    Volunteer Management / Recruitment
  • Constitution and Policy Advice
  • Free articles published in our Newsletter
  • Free publicity on our Website and E-bulletin
  • Free subscription to our quarterly Newsletter
  • Free use of our window displays for marketing
  • Invitation to special events arranged by AVCVS
We are also able to offer
members reduced rates for:

  • AVCVS Training Courses
  • Hire of Equipment
  • Room Hire
  • Stationary and Print Services
It will also give you:
  • A say in how AVCVS is run
  • The right to vote at the AGM
  • The opportunity to nominate individuals to join the Executive Board
  • A copy of the Annual Report
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Our News

Amber Valley CVS Voluntary Sector Profile
Angela Quinn (Amber Valley CVS Community Development Manager) along with the Community Development Team have produced their 2013 Voluntary Sector Profile.

The profile contains an analysis of the Voluntary Sector in Amber Valley and provides data on Developments of Voluntary Community Organisations, Volunteering and Training over the period Jan - Dec 2013.
You can view the 2013 Voluntary Sector Profile by clicking here


Are you a Parent or a Carer?
Are you thinking about joining a group ...but canít find the right one?
What about starting one of your own ... Itís easier than you think!
We can support you, so please give us a call on 01773 512076 and ask for Collette Watson


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Member News

Amber Valley CVS AGM
Date: 27th Oct
Time: 3:00pm to 5pm
Venue: Wilmot St Centre, Wilmot St , Heanor, DE75
 


Frantic Families Ė 2014 Meeting Dates
The Frantic Families group offer support to families with children who suffer ASD / ADHD. They provide a non-judgemental safe place where families can share experiences so they understand they are not alone.
The group will be meeting from 10.00am at the Langley Mill Welfare on the following dates:
18th June, 16th July, 17th September, 15th October, 19th November, 17th December.
To find out more about the group, contact:
Tracey: 07811 250555 email
Leigh: 07903 500233 email
Gary: 01332 623700 ext: 3261 email