New Voluntary Sector Knowledge Hub launched
Third Sector Support Wales have launched a knowledge hub giving voluntary-sector organisations in Wales easy access to a range of online information, networking and learning.
Knowledge Hub Overview
Third Sector Support Wales partners have launched a new bank of online information and learning resources. ‘Knowledge Hub’ is an easy-to-use tool to help voluntary organisations in Wales upskill, learn and access high-quality information. For instance, this information focuses on critical areas such as running your organisation, volunteering, funding and influencing.
Knowledge Hub gives you the opportunity to network with peers and have discussions on topics that are important to you. Additionally, the Hub contains a selection of information sheets and online courses.
To take advantage of the new Knowledge Hub, register at thirdsectorsupport.wales. Knowledge Hub is also free to use for anyone working or volunteering in the voluntary sector in Wales. Moreover, it is also available to those wanting to work or use the sector for the first time.
About Third Sector Support Wales
Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW) is a network of support organisations for the whole of the third sector in Wales. Correspondingly, the network consists of the 19 local and regional support bodies across Wales, the County Voluntary Councils and the national support body, Wales Council for Voluntary Action. In conclusion, TSSW is improving how it provides services digitally and is committed to ensuring its digital platforms are inclusive and bilingual.
In the same way, other TSSW digital platforms include Funding Wales, Infoengine and Volunteering Wales.
Funding Wales is a free funding-search platform which allows you to find funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise.
infoengine is the directory for third-sector services in Wales. Concurrently, infoengine highlights a variety of excellent voluntary and community services that provide information and support allowing you to make an informed choice.
Volunteering Wales is a digital volunteering platform. The platform hosts hundreds of volunteering opportunities from across Wales in one place, making it easy to find and recruit volunteers – or start on your own volunteering journey.
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