C3SC

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C3SCCardiff Third Sector Council (UK)
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Living Wage for Wales employers have welcomed the news, with the Living Wage Foundation announcing new accredited employers to coincide with the week including: Careers Wales; Wales Co-operative Centre; and Cardiff Third Sector Council.
More than 114 Welsh employers have committed to give staff a pay rise in line with the living wage for Wales, including Careers Wales, Wales Co-operative Centre and Cardiff Third Sector Council. Ikea was among the companies who started paying the living wage in 2016, and will be paying the new living wage for 2017.
Huw Thomas, leader of Cardiff council; Mike Hedges AM, Assembly Finance Committee (personal capacity); Shavanah Taj, Wales Secretary, Public & Commercial Services Union; Margret Thomas, Regional Secretary, Unison; Alex Psaila, Regional Chair, Fire Brigade Union; Shahien Taj, Executive Director, Henna Foundation; Alicja Zalesinska, Director, Tai Pawb; Fiona Young, Social Enterprise UK; Lyn Eynon, Welsh Labour Grass Roots (Cardiff & Vale); Undeb, Cerith Griffiths; Claudia Boes, SOS - Women Against Austerity; Becky Cee, Rumney Forum; Shiela Hendrickson-Brown, CEO, Cardiff Third Sector Council
The East Cardiff, Llanedeyrn and Pentwyn cluster used by Rhian has 19 staff members listed on the website of Cardiff Third Sector Council, which set it up.
Sheila Hendrickson-Brown of Cardiff Third Sector Council, which hosts the project, said: "The right information at the right time can be the key to help people make positive health choices.
The project involves contributions from service users and their families and carers, as well as cross party members, trade unions and representatives from partners including the Domiciliary Care Providers Forum, Cardiff Third Sector Council and the Social Services Inspectorate of Wales.
The places of worship event, which is on Tuesday, March 19, is organised by the local Interfaith Steering Group and is sponsored by the Cardiff Third Sector Council.
To demonstrate the wide community engagement that the covenant receives Cardiff and the Vale Health Board, South Wales Police, South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Cardiff Third Sector Council, the Probation Trust and Job Centre Plus were all signatories.
Also signing the covenant alongside the council will be Cardiff and Vale University Health Board, South Wales Police and South Wales Fire and Rescue Service, Cardiff Third Sector Council, the Probation Trust and Job Centre Plus.
Cardiff Third Sector Council (C3SC) has called for voluntary organisations and community groups to "stand together" and develop a collective response ahead of the budget meeting later this month.
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