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V:EXPO 2016

V:Expo 2016, the second conference organised by Volunteering Lincolnshire, takes place on Thursday 26th May 2016. This year’s theme is ‘Good Practice in Volunteering’. High profile guest speakers have already been announced including Dr Justin Davis-Smith, Executive Director for Volunteering and Development at NCVO and Neil Cleeveley, Chief Executive at NAVCA. Dianne Slapp, Chair of […]

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Evergreen Training

Evergreen deliver a free of charge one day training package accredited to Lincolnshire CVS which basically means that on successful completion of all 8 modules, you will receive a certificate and a wallet-sized card, which is recognised county wide, with a paper form detailing your core training and experience – a ‘volunteering CV’. The modules include […]

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What did we do in 2014-15?

Full Membership is open to all voluntary and community sector organisations offering infrastructure support to the voluntary and community sector across the county of Lincolnshire. Associate membership is for other agencies or organisations that have an interest in the development of the voluntary and community sector in Lincolnshire. Involving Lincs increased its membership from last […]

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West Lindsey Third Sector Survey

West Lindsey District Council has commissioned Voluntary Centre Services West Lindsey to produce a report on the State of  the Third Sector in the West Lindsey area. The survey aims to gather information about the contribution and value of Third Sector groups and organisations to the West Lindsey economy and community. The findings of this research […]

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Greater Lincolnshire State of the Sector Report

Involving Lincs recently commissioned the production of a report designed to raise awareness and understanding about the contribution and ‘value’ to the local economy of the third sector in Greater Lincolnshire. The executive summary provides an overview of the key findings and recommendations, whilst the full report provides further detailed analysis.

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Consortia Building Toolkit Now Available

Involving Lincs has produced a toolkit to help voluntary and community groups to develop consortia to enable them to bid for contracts and deliver joint projects. The toolkit, based on national best practice, outlines how successful consortia can be achieved and the thought processes that you need to consider along the way. (more…)

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