Welcome to GISDA
Gisda’s Fun Day
Coed Helen Field (over the Aber) Caernarfon
25th of July
11am – 4pm
Warm Welcome to everyone
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Winning in the Accolades
On the 18th of June 3 members of staff and 1 service user made their way down to Cardiff for the Care Council for Wales, Accolades that were held in the City Hall, Cardiff. The Accolades are awards that are given every two years that provide an excellent opportunity to recognise and share the achievements of organisations, groups and teams that have invested in the learning and development of staff so they can deliver professional services and better outcomes for those people who need their support.
GISDA was nominated for the award for Excellent Outcomes in the Care of Younger People, Children and Early Years. We are happy to announce that we won the Accolade Award.
Congratulations to all of the staff that have been working hard to ensure that we as a company were able to win this award.
- Head of Finance and Administration Services
- Sleep in Worker - closed
- Support Worker - closed
- Symud Ymlaen Project Worker - closed
- Rhieni Ifanc Ni Family Support Worker - closed
- Sustainability and Social Enterprise Development Officer ‘Rhieni Ifanc Ni’ - closed
- Marketing Officer and Volunteer Coordinator Rhieni Ifanc Ni - closed
13/05/15 Small Workplace Health Award
Recently GISDA has received the Bronze Award from the Small Workplace Health Award. The Small Working Health Award provides employers with recognition for their approach to caring for the health and well-being of their staff.
For more information visit the Small Workplace Health Award for more information www.healthyworkingwales.com
23/04/15 Volunteering Statistics
Take a look at our volunteering statistics for 2015 so far. Great seeing so much people wanting to give their time to GISDA. We would like to thank all the volunteers for their help!
22/04/15 A Visit from Lesley Griffiths
Minister for Communities and Tackling Poverty, Lesley Griffiths AM has congratulated GISDA on their 30 years of providing opportunities for vulnerable young people in Gwynedd, Conwy, Anglesey and Denbighshire to improve their lives.
During a visit to GISDA’s headquarters in Caernarfon, the Minister had an opportunity to speak with staff and hear how Welsh Government funding has supported the organisation’s work with young people.
In 2014/15 the GISDA project received Welsh Government £769,000 funding through the Supporting People, Families First, Vibrant and Viable Places and Homelessness programmes. more...
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