VODA

(redirected from Voluntary Organisations Development Agency)
AcronymDefinition
VODAVoluntary Organisations Development Agency (UK)
VODAVega One Design Association (est. 1974; racing)
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The event today will be run by the Business as Usual project, backed by a PS9,900 Heritage Lottery Fund grant and delivered by the charity North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency (VODA).
The youngsters, aged 16 and 17, carried out the project as part of North Tyneside VODA's (voluntary organisations development agency) National Citizen Service programme.
We are also incredibly grateful to North Tyneside VODA (Voluntary Organisations Development Agency) for the advice and guidance we've received throughout the funding process.
Training will be provided by existing TVLB members in partnership with the Voluntary Organisations Development Agency, a registered charity providing advice, training and support to volunteers in North Tyneside.
North Tyneside VODA, a Voluntary Organisations Development Agency, has been helping the group through the fundraising process, which resulted in the award of several grants.
The group applied for the grant with help from North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency.
The HLF money will fund a project to be delivered in partnership with North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency (VODA) and the North Tyneside heritage group Remembering the Past, Resourcing the Future.
The project was delivered by four organisations - North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency, Newcastle-based SkillsBridge, Sustainable Enterprise Strategies and national social enterprise company Locality.
North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency has been working with the Treat Committee on a Heritage Lottery funded project to uncover the memories and history of the event.
Teenagers aged 16 and 17 can take part in the Summer of a Lifetime project with North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency (VODA).
P&G employees Petra Wood and Paul Howe organised the scheme with the North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency. Helen Farrow, the charity's manager, said: "P&G have made a real difference here.
The "Day on the Beach" project is being launched by The North Tyneside Voluntary Organisations Development Agency (VODA), backed by a grant of pounds 22,100 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
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