Saturday, 17th March 2012
The Big Dig is a volunteering event that aims to encourage Londoners to get their hands dirty at their local community growing space.
Is there an elephant in the room? If we live in a post-racial society, why do certain ethnic groups continue to experience disadvantage?
Haringey Council has launched a consultation on shaping the future of Tottenham following the disturbances in August.
Selby Trust is now recruiting: 5 Trainee Community Organisers to work in Tottenham Contract: 51 week Fixed Term contract
Salary: £8.50 per hour
'Young Philanthropists' Chameesa, Amanda and Rakhee completed a work placement at Selby this summer, where they made their own radio show which you can listen to here
The Law Society have established a dedicated helpline to provide legal assistance to victims of the recent riots - individuals, community groups and small businesses.
Find our more.
Cob in the Community, an environmental community interest company that brings community together using natural building techniques, is taking up the services of "Wood Works Wonders" to build
The Community Energy Lab is an innovative pilot project based at the Selby Centre in North London, and in collaborating with students at the Centre for Alternative Technology.
Community and voluntary groups based in Tottenham will be given the opportunity to meet with civil society minister, Nick Hurd, and discuss the Government’s flagship Big Society agenda.
Make an appointment for a free CompeteFor sign-up surgeries for VCS Organisations.
CompeteFor is a free website designed to publicise new procurement opportunities.