Monthly archives for June, 2010
Brighton and Hove Charity ChucklePosted on 21st June 2010 by Impetus
Following on from our successful film screening and Marathon fundraising events, we are pleased to announce that Impetus will be the chosen charity for June’s Charity Chuckle on Friday 25th June.
Charity Chuckle is a monthly stand-up comedy night raising money for local charities in Brighton. Each month features the most exciting up-and-coming comedians from Brighton’s exploding comedy scene and the London circuit, and a fabulous established comedian to headline the night.
Brighton & Hove Volunteer Co-ordinators Forum is launchedPosted on 15th June 2010 by Impetus
Tuesday 25th May saw the launch of the new Brighton & Hove Volunteer Co-ordinators’ Forum at the Friends Centre in Ship Street. The day was a great success and very well attended by over 25 Volunteer Co-ordinators in the city.
We would like to thank everyone who attended . There were excellent contributions to all the discussions and group work and we received valuable feedback about the future structure of the forum, all of which will be taken into account as we develop the themes for future meetings; we have been collating the feedback for distribution to all the Forum’s members.
Good Neighbour Scheme Launches Public Appeal for Votes to Win National Lottery AwardPosted on 15th June 2010 by Impetus
The Neighbourhood Care Scheme has reached the semi-finals of the National Lottery Awards in the Best Voluntary/Charity Project category in association with Woman Magazine, and is now appealing to members of the public to vote for it so that it can proceed to the finals.
If the scheme reaches the finals, it has a chance to win £2000 and be featured on national TV. The National Lottery Awards are an annual search to find the UK’s favourite Lottery-funded projects.