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FfFfDGC ar Waith: Sut rydym yn plannu hedyn i dyfu cymuned

Mae ein hastudiaethau achos yn llawn ysbrydoliaeth ynghylch sut mae FfFfDGC wedi helpu tyfwyr cymunedol ledled y DU i gyflawni mwy, gweithio’n well a dod yn fwy cynaliadwy.

Nid ydym yn cymryd y clod am frwdfrydedd a gweledigaeth pobl leol, na’u gwaith caled wrth ddatblygu safleoedd cymunedol sy’n gwneud gwahaniaeth mawr i fywydau pobl.

Ond, rydym yn cymryd y clod am helpu i wneud i’r gwaith gwych hwn ddigwydd trwy gynnig arbenigedd wedi’i feithrin gan fwy na 35 sy’n bodoli; trwy gynhyrchu adnoddau gwybodaeth sy’n mynd i wraidd y problemau y mae tyfwyr cymunedol yn eu hwynebu; trwy gynnal digwyddiadau a hyfforddiant sy’n helpu pobl i ddod o hyd i’r ffordd orau o wneud pethau. A thrwy sicrhau bod y rhai sy’n gwneud penderfyniadau ledled y DU yn cael gwybod am waith gwych ein haelodau.

Felly darllenwch ymlaen i gael eich ysbrydoli! 

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Visioning growth

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