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Wolverhampton Voluntary Sector Council exists to support the development and sustainability of an effective voluntary and community sector, promoting the principle and practice of voluntary and community activity, in order to facilitate the development of diverse, strong communities and to enhance quality of life within the City of Wolverhampton. Company Registration No: 2288239 | Charity Registration No: 700910
 
Funding Portal

Featured: Funding Central Funding Central lists thousands of funding and finance opportunities and a regular newsletter alerts you to new and closing soon funds each week. It’s free to register […]

 
WVSC Resources

Here at WVSC our capacity building team have access to an extensive range of resources to help you and your organisations, group, committee members or trustees. We have a small […]

 
Wolverhampton in Profile

Wolverhampton in Profile Wolverhampton in Profile (WiP) provides online information, statistics, research and briefings about Wolverhampton and smaller geographies within the city. WiP are receiving new local and detailed characteristic […]

 
 

All Recent News Updates

 
  • Vacancies: Various Roles Available

    Vacancies: Various Roles Available

    The Haven have a number of job vacancies, as follows:- 1.       CHISA 2.       Domestic Abuse Key Worker (Maternity Cover) 3.       Human Resources Officer 4.       Life Skills Worker 5.       Night Worker […]

     
  • Tender: Young Carers Support Services Ref: PP18049

    Tender: Young Carers Support Services Ref: PP18049

    The City of Wolverhampton Council’s contract for the provision of a Young Carers Services expires on 30th September 2018. The Council’s is therefore currently advertising a contract opportunity for the […]

     
  • Vacancy: Business Support Apprentice

    Vacancy: Business Support Apprentice

    The Police and Crime Commissioner is looking to support an apprentice to achieve a Level 3 qualification in Business Administration while gaining experience of work in our busy office. The […]

     
  • Save The Date – Make:Shift 2018

    Save The Date – Make:Shift 2018

    Make:Shift 2018 is now scheduled for Saturday 17th November. Please save the date for now. Further details will follow. In the meantime there is lots of exciting activity going on […]

     
  • Building Connections Fund

    Building Connections Fund

    Funding size: £30,000 to £100,000. Application deadline: Friday 24 August 2018 by 12 noon. Awards will be made by December 2018 and projects can be funded until March 2021. Following […]

     
  • Cultural Development Fund

    Cultural Development Fund

    This fund aims to allow cities and towns to invest in creative, cultural and heritage initiatives that lead to culture-led economic growth and productivity. This fund is from the Department […]

     
  • Integrated Communities Innovation Fund

    Integrated Communities Innovation Fund

    The Integrated Communities Innovation Fund is about stimulating new thinking, building new partnerships and testing innovative approaches It aims to discover and support innovative approaches, helping to improve our collective […]

     
  • Big Issue Invest Announces Investment For Social Enterprises & Community Businesses

    Big Issue Invest Announces Investment For Social Enterprises & Community Businesses

    Big Issue Invest announces dedicated investment for social enterprises & community businesses in the Midlands. Power Up Midlands is the third iteration of Big Issue Invest’s early stage investment programme. […]

     
  • New National Express Foundation £100k Funding To Support Young People

    New National Express Foundation £100k Funding To Support Young People

    The National Express Foundation supports disadvantaged young people by providing funding for colleges, universities and community groups to use towards projects and bursaries that help young people to succeed in […]

     
  • Glyn Bank Inclusion Day

    Glyn Bank Inclusion Day

     
 

WVSC & Membership News

 
  • Third Sector Partnership

    Third Sector Partnership

    The Third Sector Partnership (TSP) is an open forum for Voluntary organisations and community groups to come together to consider and discuss areas of mutual importance to our sector.  It […]

     
  • New Wolverhampton Safegaurding website

    New Wolverhampton Safegaurding website

    Wolverhampton has a new safegaurding website www.wolverhamptonsafeguarding.org.uk The website is jointly run by Wolverhampton Safeguarding Adults Board and Wolverhampton Safeguarding Children Board. It is aimed at members of the public and […]

     
  • Training News July – September 2016

    Training News July – September 2016

    Wolverhampton Volunteers Training Newsletter compiles information on any free or low cost training available in Wolverhampton. Click Here for July 2016 – September 2016 Training News. The newsletter is produced on a quarterly basis and if you are […]

     
  • Key voluntary sector umbrella bodies work together to build links into West Midlands Combined Authority

    Key voluntary sector umbrella bodies work together to build links into West Midlands Combined Authority

    The primary voluntary sector membership and support organisations in Birmingham, Solihull, Dudley, Wolverhampton, Redditch, Sandwell, Walsall, Coventry, Cannock Chase,Tamworth, Stratford-on-Avon and Warwickshire have joined forces to ensure that local community […]

     
  • Wolverhampton Mental Health Directory

    Wolverhampton Mental Health Directory

    This Directory has been collated and designed by the Positive Action for Mental Health group members (PA4MH) in collaboration with the Joint Commissioning Unit.  The Directory consists of two parts. Part […]

     
 
 
 

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