The Voluntary, Community, and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector in Greater Manchester comprises a diverse range of organisations, including charities, non-profits, social enterprises, and community groups, all working toward positive social impact. To ensure the sustainability and effectiveness of this sector, it is essential to provide flexible funding solutions that align with its unique characteristics and needs.
In this blog, Keisha, Project Manager at 10GM, highlights the importance of flexible funding for VCSE organisations and the advantages of funding in this way.
As part of our Workforce Development Programme, we are creating some exciting new opportunities for learning and professional development, designed specifically for people in Greater Manchester’s VCSE sector. From January-June 2024, we will be offering a range of flexible leadership learning workshops, as well as the option of more intensive development activities for both leaders and emerging leaders.
Register your interest in the programme and we’ll keep you updated about our learning and professional development activities, as they are launched.
The Greater Manchester VCSE Infrastructure Development Programme is funded by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund, aiming to improve infrastructure support for community activity. The programme runs until March 2025 and is delivered by Local Infrastructure Organisations across Greater Manchester. It focuses on priority areas such as Membership Models and Promotion, Website and Information Strategies, Social Enterprise and Social Investment, Voice and Influence, and Training and Development.
The Autumn Update covers updates since July 2023 and plans for the next three months.
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