Wellbeing walks

Covid-19 vaccine – ‘Ask the Experts’ event

On 9 February 2021, a panel of experts answered questions on Covid-19 vaccination from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community and faith leaders from across Wales.

You can watch the first hour of the event here:

Sherlock in Homes: Murder on Ice

An interactive online Murder Mystery! Organised by Awen Cultural Trust from 5 – 6 March 2021.

Calling all budding detectives! Your crime-solving expertise is required at a remote exploration outpost deep in Antarctica, for there has been a murder so dastardly it will make your blood run cold.

Can you solve the mystery of famous explorer Albert Ross’s icy death? Prepare to travel to the barren landscape of Antarctica, where you play detective. You’ll interrogate the suspects and attempt to unmask a murder with your fellow audience members. Only you can solve this case, as you pit your wits against some of the UK’s most talented performers and improvisers.

This interactive event takes place on zoom, one ticket per device. A guide to using zoom and a welcome message will be sent to all participants. The link to the event will be sent the afternoon of the event.
If you’d like to form a team you can book together, or just let the detective know once the event begins.

Friday’s performace includes the option of audio captions.

You can book your tickets here.

Tempo Time Credits info session

Wednesday 3 March 2021 from 10 – 11.30am

Founded over 10 years ago in the Welsh Valleys, the  Tempos Time Credits’ model is tried and tested and works by members receiving Tempo Time Credits for the time they give to their community through local organisations.

Tempo Time Credits is funded by Welsh Government to roll out Tempo Time Credits Cymru. This exciting new programme will use Tempo Time Credits to tackle the impacts of poverty on communities and mobilise local social action through volunteering across Wales.

The online information session will show you the benefits of Tempo Time Credits, how to use them and introduce you to their new digital tool.

Register your place here.

Unite for Y Bont – online live music festival on Facebook!

Y Bont is holding its first ever online music festival on Friday 12 Feb at 8pm. They have 13 amazing local acts lined up to bring you over two hours of live music streaming from their Facebook page and kindly ask that, if you can, make a donation to their fundraising page which will be linked.

All money raised will come directly to Y Bont and be used to support local children with disabilities who attend their setting play and learn in a fun, safe, and stimulating environment.

Ewenny Village Shop are kindly supporting the event by donating 10% of their Pizza takings on the night to Y Bont (collection only) and The Coach Brewing Co. are offering 15% off a delivery of their freshly brewed beer! All information is available on their social media pages.

If you watch the event and would like to donate, you can do so via: www.peoplesfundraising.com/unite

Gamesys Foundation dedicated to making tangible contributions to the mental health field

The Gamesys Foundation is an independent charity organisation created and funded by Gamesys Group. The main focus of the Gamesys Foundation is to preserve and protect the wellbeing of individuals suffering from mental health issues.

They do that through providing grants and funding to organisations who care for these individuals directly, as well as those who focus on research in the mental health field.

You can find out more information here.

Looking for funding for your project or organisation?…. click on our funding search platform for the third sector in Wales!

Our funding website Funding Wales launched by Third Sector Support Wales, helps third sector organisations find funding.

To start searching for funding opportunities, visit funding.cymru 

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  • Third Sector Support Wales
  • Welsh Government
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  • Cynnig Cymraeg
  • Cultural Competence Silver Award