This next week we are in Caithness to talk with you about mental health and hear from you about the issues that some people face on a daily basis. We will be in Thurso on the morning of Tuesday 2nd November and Wick in the afternoon The links to Eventbrite are here but if youContinue reading “HUG’s Café Meet Up”
Date: Wednesday 3 November 2021 – 10:00 to 12:30Venue: OnlineOrganiser: Just Enterprise Are you involved in running a community-led social enterprise? Would you like to know more about building a business plan? Specifically developed for those working or volunteering within community led social enterprises, this workshop will provide an overview of the range of elements that can assist in buildingContinue reading “Business Planning Training”
Hall committees can still apply for a Highland Council revenue grant up to £500 per year. Grants – Village hall | General application guidance (highland.gov.uk)
Befriending Week happens next week1-7 November 2021 Angie House says “Befriending Caithness are heading into celebrating Befriending Week. Befriending Week is celebrated all over the UK and you can see us on Twitter, Facebook and Utube during the week. Here at Befriending Caithness we believe this is a wonderful opportunity to thank our Befriending VolunteersContinue reading “Befriending Week UK”
Votes for the People awards are now open. Caithness klicks has entered and you can now vote for them. You can watch the video and vote on link below http://woobox.com/n99won/gallery/hi2WC1fvnZA
Over the weekend the website has hit another goal! We have well over 2000 views with 872 unique visitors, this is absolutely fantastic news. Thank you everyone for your feedback and time. Caithness Voluntary Group
If you know a young person who goes “above & Beyond” to help others or your organisation, then consider nominating them for a Saltire Summit Award. Application forms can be found online http://www.saltireawards.scot or contact Catherine email@example.com for more information or to request a form.
What is the Sustainable Development Fund? SSE Renewables created the Sustainable Development Fund as part of its voluntary community benefit arrangements from its onshore renewable energy developments in the Highland region, primarily the Stronelairg, Bhlaraidh and Strathy North Wind Farms. Who can apply to the fund? To be eligible for funding, your project must benefitContinue reading “SSE Sustainable Development Fund Open”