What is SCA Plus?
SCA Plus has been set up as an independent trust working for the benefit of University of Bristol Union Volunteering. It aims to facilitate UBU Volunteering to run both new projects and to support novel extensions to current projects by offering financial support and advice.
We are now accepting grant applications (see our Grants page). The next deadline is Friday 27th February 2015.
SCA Plus has been set up to meet the huge demand from beneficiaries and a keen interest from SCA and UBU volunteers for new grassroot initiatives, out of term activities and novel extensions of current projects.
It also offers Student Community Action and UBU Volunteering alumni the exciting opportunity to keep in touch with the progress of UBU Volunteering projects that they were involved with when at Bristol University.
Together we can help SCA Plus to make a real difference to UBU Volunteering projects, its volunteers and the wider Bristol community.
Please see our downloads page for more on SCA Plus.
Who's in the SCA Plus Committee?
The 2014-15 Committee are Yuxi Wang, Chui Loo Ong, Samantha Holden, Allison Foo and Sophie Clark. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to contact us.
Who are the SCA Plus trustees?
Chris Kelly was a History student at Bristol between 1997 - 2000, and was involved in the later part of his time at Bristol with SCA Pitstop project, setting up the Pitstop Trust to raise funds for and facilitate Pitstop week-ends away. The Pitstop Trust was eventually absorbed into SCA Plus. While at Bristol Chris was extensively involved with RAG, and upon leaving helped set up Bristol Volunteers for Development Abroad (BVDA). Chris (BA, MA, CA) is a director with KPMG East Africa's international development advisory services, leading on organisational development across Africa. As a trustee of SCA Plus Chris leads on Charity Governance and Finance.
Shaun Firth studied Civil Engineering with a year abroad at Bristol between 1999 and 2003. During his final year, Shaun was part of the team that set up the Jolidays project to benefit Young Carers in the Greater Bristol area. Also during his time at Bristol, Shaun was involved with RAG taking the committee position of Treasurer for one year. Shaun (MEng (Hons), CEng, MICE, PE) currently works as a Civil Engineer in California. As a trustee of SCA Plus, Shaun is responsible for developing and maintaining a relationship with the supporters.
Jon Reay studied Computer Science with Mathematics at Bristol between 1997 - 2000, and was RAG Sabbatical in 2000 - 2001. Although never directly involved in any specific SCA projects, Jon led a number of fundraising initiatives for SCA in his year as RAG Chair, and recognised the need for additional funding sources for new and existing SCA projects. Jon currently works in London for a digital agency.