Now that the situation is starting to get back to a level of normality in relation to the National Situation of the Corona Virus Pandemic MCVS shall still be vigilant and keep Voluntary organisations informed with updates issued by the Public Health Department.
MCVS shall be updating the Guideline for VOs in relation to COVID 19, which guidelines are endorsed by the Public Health Department. This is the latest version: https://maltacvs.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Guidelines-for-VOs-re-COVID-19-Aggornat-29-tOttubru-2020-Website.pdf
Keep following our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/MaltaCouncilVoluntarySector/ and our web page www.maltacvs.org for the latest info and updates related to the Voluntary Sector.
Keeping the Contact with VOs
Over the past months their were various issues brought up which affect the Voluntary Sector directly, discussing the issues of the Public Collections Regulations and the Charity Shops Regulations. Now that the Social Enterprise Act which was presented for the first reading in Parliament, following discussions and consultations over the past years, MCVS has set up a working group to review the final version of the bill and give its latest feedback on behalf of the Sector.
MCVS has also set up another working group to prepare a report on behalf of the Sector in relation to the COVID-19 Recovery Strategy and VOs. As part of its strategy MCVS launched the below two surveys:
COVID-19 effects on Voluntary Organisations – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2PFYN5W
Strategic Recommendations for the Covid Recovery Plan – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/C87R85W
Voluntary Organisations are invited to complete these surveys which will help MCVS prepare its strategic proposals as well as plan its support for VOs for the coming months.
For more information one may contact us on email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone number 22481110.
Our aim is to support the development of a more effective and efficient voluntary and community sector in Malta and Gozo through the delivery of a range of support and capacity building services including information, advice and training. We also aim to support the development of a more influential and cohesive voluntary and community sector in Malta and Gozo by facilitating networking and partnership within the sector, and between the same sector and the private and public sectors.
To support the development of a more effective and efficient voluntary and community sector in Malta and Gozo through the delivery of a range of support and capacity building services including information, advice and training.