On Saturday 18th August a team of brave volunteers, including the Mayor of Sefton Cllr Dave Robinson, will be taking on 150ft free fall drop over the main entrance of the iconic Liverpool Anglican Cathedral in a bid to raise funds for Sefton 4 Good.
Sefton CVS is coordinating a network of community venues and local organisations that will be able to offer Children and Young People access to food during the holidays. This service is open access and is available to all regardless of income throughout the school holidays.
Volunteer Centre Sefton and Sefton 4 Good have teamed up to produce a brand new Volunteering & Fundraising Toolkit for Schools & Young People - packed with information about local volunteer opportunities and creative ideas for fundraising events and activities!
Sefton Helping Hands is a local charity that runs a number of projects that support older people, ranging from a furniture recycling initiative to a handyperson service. They rely on volunteers to deliver these services to the community and would…
Sefton Sea Cadets,based in Litherland, have teamed up with Sefton 4 Good and are appealing for donations towards a new minibus for the group.
This special crowdfunding appeal aims to help Veterans in Sefton continue to provide a range of services and activities to support Sefotn's armed forces communities - and your valuable donations will also support the Veterans In Sefton volunteer mentoring service
As part of the Year of the Volunteer 2018 campaign, Sefton Council and Sefton CVS have teamed up with Sefton 4 Good to launch a special grant initiative specifically aimed at groups and organisations who work with volunteers - and we need your help!
Citizens 4 Good, a joint initiative by Sefton CVS and the Mayor of Sefton’s office, held their second celebration event recently to recognise local people whose kindness, support and good deeds improve the lives of their fellow borough residents.
Sefton Council, in partnership with the Volunteer Centre Sefton and Sefton CVS, is dedicating 2018 as the Year of the Volunteer! Following on from the huge success of the Year of the Coast, the tireless work of Sefton’s thousands of volunteers will be celebrated in a yearlong campaign to raise awareness of how much volunteers do for the borough
For the 2nd year running, Jumpers 4 Good encouraged local people to wear their favourite Christmas jumpers, donate to local good causes and share their photos across social media. Click here to views the best shots from the day…