Make a difference in Hertfordshire through volunteering

Individual gestures of kindness make a positive impact on the community around you, and what better way to express kindness than volunteering for a cause you believe in? Volunteering not only benefits organisations and those who receive the support, but volunteers can greatly benefit too through personal growth, community impact, and professional development by meeting new people, learning new skills, and gaining experience. Read more…

Rising Awareness for Prostate Cancer in Hertfordshire

Share Your Experience Hertfordshire County Council is looking to engage with anyone in the county (including statutory, voluntary and community organisations as well as residents with lived experience) who have an interest in this area to help us coproduce an effective, targeted, and sustainable programme aimed at reducing prostate cancer inequalities among black men in Hertfordshire. We would be grateful if you could complete this short prostate cancer survey and share with your colleagues and wider networks.

Become a Trustee with Jubilee House Care Trust

Are you passionate about making a meaningful impact in the lives of people with learning disabilities? Do you have a keen understanding of e-Commerce and a desire to contribute your expertise to a valuable cause? If so, we invite you to become a Trustee at our esteemed learning disabilities charity based in Hertfordshire.

Do I need it, have I worn it, will I use it…

A New Year is here and you might be having a fresh outlook on items in your home. Questions like, “do I need it, have I worn it, will I use it”? may have been uttered here and there when you made room for gifts you received over the festive period, but did you give anything away? Read more…

Welwyn Hatfield’s Festive Generosity

The Welwyn Hatfield community should feel very proud of themselves this year. We have seen more groups forming to accept donations of food, clothes and toys for those needing a helping hand. This reflects that care for one another is still strong and at the core of the residents beliefs. Read more…

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