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Hello and welcome to our website which we hope you will find interesting and informative.
EDVSA’s vision is of a happier, healthier district, where strong and inclusive communities work together to create a better East Devon.
EDVSA works with people and communities in East Devon, helping them to thrive. We do this by working together to:
- Meet needs through community led activity.
- Support and promote voluntary organisations and community groups.
- Develop effective partnerships that improve and extend services.
- Provide an independent voice for the voluntary and community sector.
Currently based in Cranbrook, EDVSA has been supporting local communities in East Devon to thrive for over 15 years.
We work across Devon with many organisations and are partners in Devon Voluntary Action (DeVA) a partnership of 6 CVS, for the benefit of local groups
As a Council for Voluntary Service (CVS) we offer advice and information on a wealth of topics, including funding, governance, resource hire, training and we offer additional activities to support networking across East Devon. We support over 280 local charities and community groups to grow, develop and flourish with their activities.
Our Volunteer Centre provides a matching service for those seeking opportunities and organisations requiring volunteers, we currently have 300 people looking for suitable vacancies to match their skills and others requirements.
EDVSA also act as a voice for the local voluntary and community sector with statutory agencies.
We hope that you find the information on here useful, however what we would really like to do is talk to you call us to discuss how we can help!
Trustees - Role description available here (Voluntary position)
For more information, please contact Sandra Chapman on 01404 549045 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Devon Voluntary Action (DeVA) have recently released current information on the Voluntary Sector in East Devon
LLoyds Bank Foundation launches their 2015 Impact Report featuring EDVSA
EDVSA has received a grant of £40,600 from the Heritage Lottery Fund for a project to capture people's memories of life in Axminster during World War Two.