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Google for Nonprofits

Google has launched its full range of support for charities in the UK, the first countries outside of the US to benefit from the scheme.   Details...

Policing Survey

Derbyshire’s largest annual policing survey is now available online to make it easier for people to voice their views on public safety.   Details...

Decision Making Guidance for Trustees

The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, has issued new guidance on decision making for charity trustees.   Details...

Active Communities Funding Programme Opens

People’s Health Trust is an independent charity which funds local groups with great ideas in order to create fairer places to grow, live, work and age. They have just opened Active Communities, a funding programme which may be of interest to groups and charities in the area. They are offering grants of between £5,000-£50,000. The programme closes for applications on Monday 15 July 2013 at 12pm.   Details...

Derbyshire Community Foundation Funding Surgery

Derbyshire Community Foundation will be holding their annual funding surgery for High Peak on Friday 1 March 2012 from 9.30am until 3.30pm at Buxton Volunteer Centre.   Details...

Healthwatch Derbyshire

Eight Derbyshire residents have been selected to play their part in a new health and social care watchdog set up to help ensure local people receive high quality services.   Details...

Bare Necessities: Volunteer Support Evening

Bare Necessities Glossopdale Food Bank are holding a Volunteer Support Evening at Glossop Adult Community Education Centre on Wednesday 13th February 7-9pm.   Details...

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