Services From Involving Lincs


The members of Involving Lincs cover a broad spectrum of service provision. Each organisation has specialised professional staff and between them they can offer a wide variety of support and services.

Each organisation has a wealth of experience in their own specific field of expertise including governance support for voluntary and community groups; disclosure and barring services; funding advice; protecting children and young people; enterprise development; community engagement; and payroll and book keeping to name but a few.

These services are often free to the groups using them thanks to funding from organisations such as the Big Lottery and local authorities, but they can also be provided as cost effective solutions to support businesses, organisations and individuals. The income generated by any sale of service is always reinvested into service delivery for groups in the county.

A range of our services are listed below and you can find out more about them by following the relevant links.

PortfolioAsset Transfer

This section will inform you of the basic information and sources of support and resources available to anyone intending to embark on or support the development of a ‘Community Asset Transfer’ (CAT) initiative. CAT or otherwise known as ‘asset transfer, is simply defined by Community Matters as, “a shift in management and/or ownership of buildings or land….find out more

StationeryBack Office Services

As part of our Transforming Local Infrastructure Services Review we looked at the type of back office services that Lincolnshire groups needed and that were provided by Involving Lincs members.  We have identifed that there are a range of high quality and competitively priced services available for you to try…….find out more

checkDisclosure and Barring Service

A Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check is processed by the Disclosure and Barring Service and provides details of an individual’s criminal record. For certain roles it will also include information held on the DBS’s children and adults barred lists, together with any information held locally by police forces that is reasonably considered to be relevant to the applied for post……find out more

InfoFunding Advice Service

This section will tell you about the information, advice and support available to anyone seeking funding for a community project. You will also find some useful links and contact details for organisations who offer support in your area …….. find out more


The Involving Lincs network consists of a number of organisations who carry out and hold specific pieces of research.A dedicated peer to peer research group has been established to share best practice and improve access to the research we hold and to build relationships with specialist organisations, such as the Lincolnshire Research Observatory (LRO). …find out more


Involving Lincs members provide a range of specialist and bespoke training courses designed to expand the skills and knowledge of individuals and community groups throughout Lincolnshire. Courses and workshops are specifically tailored using our members’ areas of expertise and experience. Just click on the link below to find out more about these services and the people that provide them…find out more