VAAC Projects

Voluntary Action Arun & Chichester run several projects. For more information click on the links below.

  • Bersted Green Learning Centre
    Bersted Green Learning Centre is a project run by Voluntary Action Arun and Chichester (VAAC) and employ a part-time Facilities Coordinator, based at the centre to promote it and work with the community and learning providers to extend and develop the activities on offer.
  • Connecting Communities
    Connecting Communities (CC) is here to help local residents, who speak Polish, Lithuanian or Russian, to access services, to help local service providers improve access to their services and to support integration.
  • Fundraising Hub
    The fundraising hub was set up by Voluntary Action Arun & Chichester with support from The University of Chichester and funding from Chichester in Partnership. We are a member of the Institute of Fundraising and adhere to their codes of practice. The hub has a paid professional fundraiser and voluntary and community organisations can buy a percentage of their time, at cost price, to fundraise on their organisations’ behalf.
  • Skill Share West Sussex
    Skill Share West Sussex is a free initiative designed to provide bite-sized volunteering opportunities of between one and ten days to students, professionals and businesses. The idea is that good volunteering opportunities should be more easily available to those who want to help their community or charity, but can’t promise a long commitment or regular hours. Volunteering opens up incredible opportunities and experiences, with Skill Share West Sussex volunteering is more accessible.
  • The Older Voice Project
    The Older Voice is a project of Voluntary Action Arun and Chichester which aims to give older people in Chichester District a voice using new technology, this is part of a project funded by Lloyds TSB Foundation. This forum provides people with the opportunity to tell us about your experiences, an offers some hints and tips on where to get information and support to learn about computers and laptops.
  • Wellbeing Supporters Project

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