Greater Manchester

In Manchester the ChangeUp consortium is led by Greater Manchester Centre For Voluntary Organization. GMCVO is the support (infrastructure) organisation for the voluntary sector in the sub-region of Greater Manchester. The organisation's main aim is to strengthen the voluntary sector, build bridges with other sectors, and influence local and national policy.

GMCVO's work is representing, promoting and developing voluntary organisations, working in partnership with other organisations doing similar work.

GMCVO represent, promote and develop voluntary organisations, working in partnership with other relevant local and national support organisations. GMCVO represents the sector within a number of key partnerships including the Greater Manchester Forum, and is widely consulted on policy and other issues by local statutory organisations, government agencies and organisations from the private and academic sector with an interest in the voluntary sector. We are the lead body for the Greater Manchester Voluntary Sector Support Consortium (ChangeUp), and for the Greater Manchester Learning Consortium.

Featured News

24 November 2014

Young, working and renting: Report reveals changing picture of UK poverty

Written by the New Policy Institute for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, the latest annual Monitoring Poverty and Social Exclusion report reveals the changing picture of poverty in the UK

 

24 November 2014

Survey of VCS organisations - how you are surviving in the health landscape

The Health and Care Voluntary Sector Strategic Partnership (of which Regional Voices, and therefore VSNW, is part) has launched the biggest survey of voluntary and community organisations of the year

20 October 2014

VSNW Conference Presentations

Thanks to everyone who attended the VSNW Conference & AGM on 15th October. Some of the presentations are now available

1 October 2014

Volunteering Fund Success Stories in the North West

Two of the six case studies looking into how voluntary organisations can be sustainable are from Blackburn with Darwen. These provide valuable lessons for thinking about the future direction of the sector in public service delivery.

15 September 2014

Due North: Inquiry on Health Equity for the North

The independent inquiry panel, which included Richard Caulfield, VSNW Chief Executive and which was funded by Public Health England, has published its final report

Contact Us

Voluntary Sector North West
St. Thomas Centre
Ardwick Green North
Manchester
M12 6FZ
Tel: 0161 276 9300
Fax: 0161 276 9301
Email: info@vsnw.org.uk