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hvoss (Herefordshire Voluntary Organisations Support Service)

About us………

hvoss is a support service for local charities, voluntary organisations and community groups. View our latest annual report here.

We help groups run and operate effectively by offering them training, advice and support. We run the Volunteer Bureau, youth projects, and a community transport service called Community Wheels.

We tell decision makers about the needs of our members, community groups and volunteers.

We are a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. We employ paid staff and have a team of about 100 volunteers. Our Board of trustees (all volunteers) oversee all the work we do. The Chief Executive is responsible for the day to running of the charity and all its work.

Further information

Our website provides a range of further information and latest news www.hvoss.org.uk

We produce a regular newsletter called hvoice.

Building Better Opportunities – Supports people aged 19+ to gain volunteering, training and employment opportunities.

Community Wheels – Community transport service based in Leominster. 3 staff and 90 volunteer drivers provide transport to help people live independently e.g. shopping, appointments, outings.

Membership hvoss membership runs from 1 April and is open to all, including private individuals who want their voice heard. hvoss members pay an annual subscription. See benefits here /membership/membership-benefits.aspx

No Wrong Door – offers confidential and nonjudgemental support for Children and Young people aged 11 – 25 and enables them to access help with information, support and guidance. http:/m.facebook.com/NoWrongDoorHereford

Volunteer Bureau - We assist people to find local volunteering opportunities. We broker opportunities for local organisations to find volunteers. We offer confidential one-to-one discussions with potential volunteers. More information is available at  /categories/volunteering.aspx

IN2 and project ABC – Supporting young people (18 – 25) to access training and employment opportunities.