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Connect Leeds database

Connect Leeds

Voluntary Action-Leeds and Leeds Voice are using a new joint database for Third Sector organisations in Leeds. The database is called Connect Leeds.

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If you haven’t already please add your organisations details to help better connect, serve and support the Third Sector in Leeds.

About Connect Leeds

The Connect Leeds database will hold information about your organisation, its activities, the area/s it serves and the groups and communities it works with. You can also tell us about facilities you have available to hire, how your organisation is structured and if you benefit from volunteers. It will help you to promote the invaluable work you do and give you access to more targeted and appropriate services and support.

Giving us your details is easy, simply fill in the online form. If you haven’t already done so please add your organisation today.

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Find an Organisation

To find an organisation in Leeds use the online Leeds Community Access Point (previously known as Volsec) database. It is there to promote public information about charities; community, voluntary, self-help and faith groups; and clubs and societies in Leeds.

Just Text Giving

The cut backs in funding has resulted in charities taking action to raise funds to carry out the work that they do so well, Equality Leeds is no different.

Using Just Text Giving people are able to now donate directly to Equality Leeds via their mobile phones.

Text EQLS07 plus the amount in pounds to 70030

We appreciate your support.

BME Challenge Forum July 2012

The Leeds Initiative (The Leeds Local Strategic Partnership) launched its BME Challenge Forum at the Equality Leeds Offices on the 3rd July 2012. The meeting was chaired by Councillor Ghulam Hussain and would be exploring ways to tackle the marginalisation of BME communities in the City.

Equalities Assembly

Equality Hub workshops were held recently by Leeds City Council Equality Team to asertain better ways of working within the BME, Faith, Age, Disability, Gender and Carers sectors.

Dates of the BME next Hub meetings:

23rd January 2012 1400 – 1600 Equality Leeds Offices. Unity Business Centre.
9th February 2012 1800 – 1930 Civic Hall, Leeds City Council.

Representatives for each ‘Hub’ are to be elected, the overall agreement was that there should be three representatives for each Hub.

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Equality Leeds

With immediate effect Leeds Racial Equality Council will now be known as:

EQUALITY LEEDS – Empowering communities to combat discrimination.