RIC Hub asset Listing – (Voluntary and Community Sector)
|Wales Council for Voluntary Action||Website||As the national membership body for voluntary organisations in Wales, WCVA exists to enable voluntary organisations to make a bigger difference together.||Voluntary Sector||0300 111 0124|
|King’s Fund||Website||The King’s Fund is an independent charitable organisation working to improve health and care in England. Our vision is that the best possible health and care is available to all.||Independent Charity||0207 307 2400|
|Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations (CAVO)||Website||CAVO promotes & supports voluntary community action throughout Ceredigion.||Voluntary Sector||01570 423 232|
|Carmarthenshire Association of
Voluntary Services (CAVS)
|Website||CAVS is an independent charity and the umbrella body for the third sector in
|Voluntary Sector||01267 245555|
|Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAV)||Website||Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Service is the independent association of voluntary and
community groups in Pembrokeshire.
|Voluntary Sector||01437 769422|
|Solva Care||Website||Solva Care is a registered charity set up by the community residing in the parish
of Solva and Whitchurch in Pembrokeshire, Wales.
|Voluntary Sector||07805 717556|
|Sandy Bear||Website||Sandy Bear is a non-profitable charity dedicated to improving
and strengthening the emotional health and well-being of young people aged 0-18 years (including their families), who have experienced the death of a loved one.
|Voluntary Sector||01437 700272|
|PLANED||Website||PLANED is a community-led partnership established as a social enterprise, a Development Trust, a charity,
and a company limited by guarantee, with its Board members being representatives from communities and from the public and private sectors.
|Voluntary Sector||01834 860965|
|Darwin Centre||Website||The Darwin Research programme is focussed on developing marine organisms in Pembrokeshire, and around the Welsh coast, as a model for monitoring the effects of climate change, global warming and environmental changes on the marine ecosystem.||Academia/Voluntary Sector||01437 753 196|
|Ramblers Cymru||Website||Ramblers Cymru works to promote walking for pleasure, health, leisure and transport to everyone, of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, in towns and cities as well as in the countryside.||Voluntary Sector||020 3961 3300|
|Pembrokeshire Coast National Park||Website||Pembrokeshire Coast National park works to conserve and enhance the natural beauty, wildlife and cultural heritage of the National Park, and
to promote opportunities for public enjoyment and understanding of its special qualities.
|Voluntary Sector||01646 6248000|
|National Resources Wales||Website||Natural Resources Wales is the largest Welsh Government Sponsored Body – employing 1,900 staff across Wales with a budget of £180 million. Find out about the work we do to make sure that the environment and natural resources of Wales are sustainably maintained, sustainably enhanced and sustainably used, now and in the future.||Voluntary Sector||0300 065 3000|