13 April 2021
Highland Third Sector Interface
Meet the Inner Moray Firth team at HTSI and learn about the services we offer
Are you a community group, charity, social enterprise or sports club? We can help you ensure your organisation or group runs well. We can give you guidance on staying on the right side of the law, with governance advice. We can also help you set up a new organisation or wind up an old one. And help support your volunteers to have the best experience and to work safely.
Mid Ross: Tues 13 April, 10-11.30am - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/146889308877
Black Isle: Thurs 15 April, 2-3.30pm - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/146890077175
Easter Ross: Mon 19 April, 3-4.30pm - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/146898442195
Inverness & Shire: Tues 20 April 10-11.30am - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/146898757137
Nairn & Shire: Thurs 22 April, 2-3.30pm - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/146899366961
Following a period of reorganisation during the last strange year, HTSI now delivers its services in the Inner Moray Firth area directly. These services were previously delivered in Mid Ross and Easter Ross by Ross-shire Voluntary Action and in Inverness-shire and Nairnshire by In This Together.
HTSI – Inner Moray Firth, has a new team and we would like to invite you to meet with the team. We would like to hear from you, what services you might want from us and we would like to share with you the services we are currently offer.
To achieve this we will be delivering Local Third Sector Clinics during April. These meetings will be virtual and will be on Microsoft Teams. We hope future meetings will be face to face.
If you would like to attend any of these meetings please register for the meeting in your area, or in another area if you can’t make the one most local to you.
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Inner Moray Firth Team.
13 April 2021
Tuesday 13 April 12.30 - 2.00
Hear the inspiring story of FifeCCAN & the Climate Action Fife partnership. Join us 12.30 - 2pm Tuesday 13 April to learn from their journey. Building on five years' patient collaboration through Fife Communities Climate Action Network (FifeCCAN), Climate Action Fife was launched in January 2021. The £200k feasibility study project was first Scottish initiative funded by the National Lottery Climate Action Fund.