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We are the Voluntary Council for Torfaen County

Torfaen Voluntary Alliance supports community based organisations, groups and social enterprise development in Torfaen and surrounding areas.

We assist third sector organisations to secure funding also by providing advice on, governance and structures, charity law registration and constitutions.

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The Welsh Health Hack returns on the 16th February #WHH2022

Join the Welsh Health Hack 2022 and secure up to £20,000 of innovation project funding! The Welsh Health Hack is returning for its 9th event, to create new innovation to solve challenges faced by colleagues across healthcare, academia and industry.  The Welsh Health Hack stimulates and supports innovation to create healthcare systems, process, practices, methods… Continue reading The Welsh Health Hack returns on the 16th February #WHH2022

Plan to ease alert level two protections announced
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Plan to ease alert level two protections announced

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Funding to Equip Disadvantaged People with Communication Skills for Employment
14Jan

Funding to Equip Disadvantaged People with Communication Skills for Employment

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