Find out more about the Trusted Charity self-assessment process and quality mark at our free introductory workshop.

TC 700 E

23 October 2019, Cardiff - Delivered through the medium of English

To book your place go here.


This workshop will improve your understanding of Trusted Charity, the process and benefits of undertaking the self-assessment and the key points to consider if you are interested in applying for the Trusted Charity Quality Mark.


Do you need to strengthen your governance, manage risk, deliver better services for users, improve operating practices and demonstrate outcomes? Trusted Charity can help you achieve all of this and more!

For many organisations in Wales "Quality" can mean a variety of things. We will discuss the importance of quality in design and delivery of programmes and governance in an organisation, and specifically focus on the Trusted Charity Self-assessment process and Trusted Charity quality mark.

There are hundreds of third sector organisations in Wales who have been involved with and achieved PQASSO (before it was rebranded as Trusted Charity) and have seen the positive impact on their delivery and good practice both internally and externally.

This is a 2hour information session, with interactive mini workshops, will help you understand the structure of the self-assessment process and get you thinking about the areas that you will need to work on internally to improve your services and practice.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this course you will:

• Increase your understanding of Trusted Charity

•  Understand the benefits of using Trusted Charity

• Understand the Trusted Charity Mark assessment process

• Know how Trusted Charity can help support organisations to become more resilient & sustainable.

Who this course is for

Anyone from a registered charity who is considering using Trusted Charity as their quality standard of choice.

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Alzheimer's Society Cymru Activities and Groups October 2019 to March 2020


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If you have any questions about any of these activities or for more information about our services,


call Oldwell Court on: 029 2043 4960


Monday – Friday from 9am to 5pm


Oldwell Court, Ty Gwyn Road, Penylan, Cardiff, CF23 5DA

Invitation for people affected by dementia to a FREE information and social event.

At - Oldwell Court Ty Gwyn Road, Penylan, Cardiff CF23 5DA

Refreshments will be served including hot food and snacks.

Date: 12th November 2019, Time 4 till 7 pm.

We are writing to cordially invite you to our Safeguarding Week event, which aims to provide people attending with advice / information on protecting yourself against scams.

These scams might be carried out by:

                    • by phone or post;
                    • on your doorstep / or
                    • online  


Come and get advice from the police and information from the community groups who can offer you support.

To book a place, please contact:

Anne Mears-Rees: Phone; 02920 434 960, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Shena Pierrot: Phone; 02920 434 960, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Supporting Older Veterans

The deadline for the final tickets has been extended to Thursday 10th October for the “Supporting Older Veterans” Conference in Cardiff City Stadium on October 24th. Please find attached the original invite.

There are very limited spaces left for the conference and we have a wide mix of Forces and Non-Forces organisations attending. Please book your tickets here:

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