Home

Support for organisations and communities

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Click here to read information on the status of Community Action Norfolk's Services. As well as links to other information and advice
This website uses cookies. You can read more about how we use your personal data in our Privacy Notice

Resource: Cross-Sector Working, Mergers and More

IVAR’s (Institute for Voluntary Action Research) website for CEO’s and trustees aims to help them with information about core funding, cross sector working, strategic planning and mergers, to be more sustainable. 

Resource: Cranfield Trust Charity Consultancy

Consultancy support is available to formally constituted not for profit organisations who address poverty, disability or social exclusion.

#VillageHallsWeek Resource - Local emergency? How your village hall fits in

Village Hall Week runs from 22nd to 25th January.  To support and celebrate our village halls we will be sharing an article every day during this week.

Resource: Calling all community spokespeople and community information hubs!

There are vulnerable people in all of our communities who sometimes need a bit of impartial support, or guidance, especially where they are unhappy about an experience they have had with an NHS service. 

Norfolk Community Foundation’s interim Vital Signs: Healthy and Strong Communities report

Norfolk Community Foundation have launched their first interim Vital Signs: Healthy and Strong Communities report which identifies the emerging needs and challenges faced by people living and working in Norfolk. 

Resource: Looking for a venue? Have a venue to promote?

Share Somewhere is tool for people to find venues in their area to carry out their activities. 

The importance of community transport

For many people, community transport is their only means of getting to and from a medical appointment. It plays an important part in tackling social isolation, maintaining well-being and enabling people to access health services.
 

VCSE Business Models and Managing the Money

A business model is a generalised notion of the core aspects of how an organisation works. 

Pages

Subscribe to Support for organisations and communities