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Making volunteering more accessible in our communities

Launched on 6 June 2004 at our Member Meeting, was the Collective’s new webpage, which you can find via the Volunteer button on our Home page. Within this page are details of many diverse volunteering opportunities located and across Trafford. This is just the first stage for the Trafford Community Network and the Collective in making volunteering in Trafford and our local communities more accessible.

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Hearing from volunteers across Trafford

For the 40th anniversary of Volunteers Week the Trafford Community Volunteer Network on behalf of the Collective asked volunteers across our borough to tell them what volunteering means to them – and what they’d say to anyone thinking of volunteering.

Their VCFSE organisations have joined in to tell us the importance of volunteering to their work.

We hope you enjoy their stories!

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Volunteer recruitment fairs around Trafford – get in touch to get a stall!

Trafford’s Community Volunteer Network project will deliver at least one volunteer recruitment fair in each of the six neighbourhoods in Trafford each year. Three more fairs are coming up – get in touch with the local Hub Volunteer Coordinator if you’d like a stall or would like more information, especially Altrincham’s as the spaces are going fast! Read on for more details

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Carers Quest

Introducing the Carers Quest for Carers Week (10th -16th June) The theme for Carers Week (10th to the 16th of June) is ‘Putting Carers on the Map.’ It’s objectives is to  highlight the increasing pressures on carers and to campaign for much-needed recognition and support. Therefore, this year Trafford Carers Centre is doing something a bit different for Carers Week and

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Reducing Parental Conflict Toolkit Training

There is strong evidence that conflict between parents, whether together or separated, can have significant negative impact on children’s mental health and long term life chances. Not all conflict is damaging, but where this is frequent, intense and poorly resolved it can harm children’s outcomes . Our aim in Trafford is that addressing parental conflict

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