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West Norfolk drop-in advice clinics

In October and November Community Action Norfolk (CAN) will be holding free drop-in info sessions across West Norfolk for any voluntary and community groups that need practical support.

‘Active Citizens Together’ - an event for European citizens living in King's Lynn

Are you a European citizen living in Kings Lynn? Would you like to meet and discuss with others how to be more involved in local activities? Come along to an ‘Active Citizens’ workshop on Wednesday 21st September.

West Norfolk council tax consultation

King's Lynn and West Norfolk's Council Tax Support scheme consultation welcomes public's views.

Grants are good!

Grants from the public sector now make up only 5.5% of charity sector income, declining from over 60% since 2004. At that rate, public sector grants could disappear entirely by 2020.

Charities and tax - useful information

It’s important to be aware of financial obligations that draw upon hard-earned income – but there are also benefits to be had. As a charity you can get certain tax reliefs but you must be registered with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Charities and Reputation - Some Guidance

Voluntary sector activity is based upon trustworthiness, reliability, integrity and goodwill, and the value of a strong reputation should not be underestimated. Your public image influences partnership and contract prospects, campaigning, donation levels and the ability to attract volunteers.  Charities need to be aware that almost every activity carries reputational risk, whether that’s responding to an increased demand for services or a changing operating environment.

Managing and retaining volunteers - advise for VCSE organisations

Recruiting and retaining volunteers is a key issue for many VCSE organisations.

In case of emergency - Community Resilience Plans

Even though the county has some of the lowest rainfall in Britain, 42,500 homes in Norfolk are estimated to be at risk from flooding.  And we know that coastal erosion threatens the very existence of some homes.  How resilient is your community to these threats and others?

European Social Fund Support in New Anglia LEP Area

The New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership has been notionally allocated around £35m of European Social Fund money to spend in Norfolk and Suffolk on projects which will enhance the employability of unemployed people, inspire and deliver social inclusion and upskill those in work to enable them to advance their careers.

Office facilities and meeting room for hire, (King’s Lynn)

KLARS have office facilities and a meeting room for hire, in Hospital Walk, King’s Lynn.

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