Class Networks and Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA)

Class Networks is very proud of our twenty year partnership with the Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA). As a trusted supplier we not only have many clients who are members of the WCVA, but we offer seminars and workshops for members.

We understand the voluntary sector and help organisations with the implementation and management of Cloud Computing, Security, Hosted Voice (VoIP), Mobile, Broadband, Fixed and Inbound call management and video conferencing technology.

Please email us for information on our FREE Cloud IT Workshop at contact@classnetworks.com

 

Homeworking challenges for Charities over the long term

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Class Networks is proud to be headline sponsor of The Welsh Charity Awards 2019, organised by WCVA.

People in Wales have always come together voluntarily, not for money or because the law tells them to, but because they want to make a difference. Those people have shaped the Wales we live in today.

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So as concern mounts about our communities feeling disempowered, we should take time to recognise and celebrate the fact that people in Wales continue to come together voluntarily to make a real difference. We’ve never needed them more than we do now.

That’s why WCVA have launched the Welsh Charity Awards – a brand new award scheme, sponsored by Class Networks. The awards recognise and celebrate the fantastic contribution charities, community groups, not-for-profits and volunteers make to Wales. 

More about The Welsh Charity Awards

As part of our ongoing commitment to the voluntary sector in Wales, Class Networks will be sponsoring the prestigious award, Organisation of the year at The Welsh Charity Awards on 15th November 2019.

They recognise and celebrate the fantastic contribution charities, community groups, not-for-profits and volunteers make to Wales.  From befrienders dropping in to visit their older neighbour every Tuesday, to organisations campaigning for nation-wide equality, the Awards highlight and champion the positive difference we can make to each other’s lives.

The Awards take place at the National Museum, Cardiff, to celebrate and recognise the fantastic contribution charities, community groups, not-for-profits and volunteers make to Wales.  From befrienders dropping in to visit their older neighbour every Tuesday, to organisations campaigning for nation-wide equality, the Awards highlight and champion the positive difference we can make to each other’s lives.

Class Networks will be there to support these amazing achievements and is sponsoring the award for Organisation of the year, celebrating an outstanding organisation which has achieved a huge amount in the last year and is well respected and admired by others in the sector.

Jonathan Levy, Managing Director at Class Networks commented “We have been a huge supporter of the WCVA for more than 20 years now and many of our customers are WCVA members themselves. It really is a great organisation and provides a support infrastructure for the third sector in Wales. The Awards evening is a personal highlight of mine as it is great to give a little back to these amazing organisations”.

If you know an organisation or individual that deserves to be celebrated, click here to nominate today (Closing date 2nd October 2019):-

 

 

Organisation of the Year – Welsh Charity Awards

This award will go to an outstanding organisation which has achieved a huge amount in the last year and is well respected and admired by others in the sector.

Organisation of the Year WCVA

The winning entry will demonstrate how it has achieved its objectives through innovation and highlight the positive impact it has had on its service users, changing lives for the better.

The deadline for nominations is 2 October 2019. For more information and how to nominate, visit www.welshcharityawards.cymru

 

More about the Wales Council for Voluntary Action

WCVA is the national membership body for voluntary organisations in Wales. People in Wales have always come together voluntarily, not for money or because the law tells them to, but because they want to make a difference.

Voluntary organisations change lives every day, but to tackle the big issues facing our society we need to come together, organise and look ahead to prepare for the future.

That’s where WCVA comes in. WCVA exists to enable voluntary organisations in Wales to make a bigger difference together.

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