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.
The toolkit was written by Fiona White, Chief Executive of Community Lincs, she said “we hope that this toolkit proves useful to people in the voluntary and community sector. Involving Lincs’ members are involved in a number of partnership projects and we are actively working on new consortia models that will help us to bid for larger contracts including those that are EU funded. We know it takes a lot of hard work to develop successful consortia but don’t be put off as the results are worth it.”
The toolkit can be downloaded below and other useful information can be found on the Commissioning and Wellbeing pages of this site.