GVOC

AcronymDefinition
GVOCGateshead Voluntary Organisations Council (UK)
GVOCGreater Vancouver Orienteering Club
GVOCGenesee Valley Orchestra and Chorus (Fairport, NY)
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As well as signing up new volunteers, the scheme led to a 42% increase in the number of inquiries to GVOC's volunteer centre compared to the previous month.
Gev Pringle, chief executive of GVOC, added: "We need volunteers all the time of every age and background to help local people and neighbourhoods with everything from companionship for elderly residents to gardening in community areas."
The Garden Tidy event has been organised by GVOC as part of Gateshead Volunteers Month which runs throughout June.
GVOC chief executive Gev Pringle said: "The young people have been extremely committed and achieved some truly amazing things.
Meanwhile, GVOCs Summer of a Lifetime project saw 30 teens help out at Path Head water mill, Rutherford AFC, a local theatre and a gardening project in Sunniside.
In spring 2008 Gateshead Voluntary Organisations Council (GVOC), which oversees charities in the borough, asked Rayne to show evidence of her public liability insurance, professional indemnity insurance, and a licence to offer debt welfare advice.
When she was unable to produce proof of these policies GVOC wrote to her, "strongly" advising she ceased operations.
Also supporting the event is Gateshead Council, Wrekenton Communities Matter, Sure Start, Northumbria Police, the Fire Service, Springwell tenant and residents group, GVOC, Age Concern, Harvest Help and local councilors.
Siobhan, 38, from Kenton, previously worked for the Gateshead Voluntary Organisations Council (GVOC) providing advice, support and information to hundreds of voluntary organisations across the borough.
Representatives from the armed services, Northumbria University, Northumbria Police, Gateshead Primary Care Trust, Gateshead Council, and Gateshead Voluntary Organisations Council (GVOC), will be among those there.