The Forum has a new programme of activities over the next 12 months, including a local Directory of Women’s Services, activities for International Women’s Day and work around violence against women. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org/07/2014
Ealing Equality Council has set up this new Forum to bring together organisations providing advice and help for people from third countries newly arrived in Ealing. For more information contact email@example.com/07/2014
This new Forum brings together people involved in social enterprises and can provide information if you are interested in setting up a new social enterprise. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org/07/2014
Ealing CVS is training up local people as Community Health Champions. Following the training the Champions are then supported to spread the word around better health in their local communities and neighbourhoods. The training is led by a retired local GP. It is accredited by the national Institute of Public Health so participants receive a formal certificate. If you are interested contact email@example.com/07/2014
Ealing Involved is run by Ealing Community and Voluntary Service - a local charity supporting over 800 local community groups in Ealing. For more information about Ealing CVS see ABOUT US.
We are interested in future sponsors for the Ealing Involved project If your company or organisation would like to find out more visit our BECOME A SPONSOR page.
For more information about Ealing Involved, or if you are interested in volunteering to help with the project, contact the Ealing CVS Chief Executive, Andy Roper.
If you would be interested in developing the Your Involved model in your borough, town or city contact Andy Roper for further information.