Providing small grants of up to £500 towards events and services that commemorate World War 2 (WW2) VE Day. Events and services must take place in Thurrock and bring residents together. Examples include street parties, afternoon tea, exhibitions and formal services. VE Day was 8 May 1945, and this year is its 75th anniversary. To find out more, go to IWM: … Continue reading SMALL GRANTS FOR WORLD WAR 2 VICTORY IN EUROPE (VE) DAY EVENTS
Volunteers of Thurrock CVS projects and Thurrock Community hubs were gathered together for a festive lunch organised by TCVS staff. The afternoon celebration was filled with festive treats to thank volunteers for their hard efforts and donated time throughout the year within the different projects of Thurrock CVS and Community hubs. Volunteers enjoyed tucking into … Continue reading Thurrock CVS hosts Christmas Meal to thank volunteers
Organisations and individuals that use arts and culture to help build strong, well-connected communities can now apply for grant funding. Thurrock CVS runs the Voluntary Sector Development Fund (VSDF), which is being used with council funding to support creative projects that use the arts in Thurrock, to: help build strong and well-connected communitiesshow the types … Continue reading Community arts and culture funding
Do you know a special person or group that gives their time to help others, volunteers to improve our environment, or is involved in sporting success or an inspirational young person?Nominate before 2/12/2019 at: thurrock.gov.uk/civicawards
Help us raise awareness of Mate Crime in our Community Mate crime is where a vulnerable victim is befriended and then taken advantage of by the perpetrator. The perpetrator will position themselves as the victims friend and may commit a number of offences against the victim. Perpetrators will often attempt to isolate the victim to … Continue reading Mate Crime
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Local family man from Stanford-le-Hope, Adam Kortlandt is undertaking the gruelling 100-mile Prudential London/Surrey Bike Ride on Sunday 4th August 2019 and has chosen to raise funds to support Hardie Park, a place that his daughters love to play in.