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New commissioners guide

Source By: NHS

Healthy London Partnership has launched a new guide  this week, discussing how commissioners can work with the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector to sustainably deliver improved population health.

HLP have written this guide with support and input from a large number of change makers across the system, including from PHE, the Greater London Authority, New Philanthropy Capital and Social Enterprise UK.

The guide is intended to stimulate dialogue on the value of the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector, its ability to create additional capacity for improving health and care in the community, and the role that commissioners should play in ensuring the sector remains diverse and sustainable. It discusses how the commissioning process can be adapted to ‘level the playing field’ for VCSE organisations; as well as how commissioners can begin to provide proactive support – or incubation – to shift the sector toward developing more sustainable business models and activate the sector around unmet needs. This is not only critical to ensuring that public sector funding is used most effectively, but also to ensuring that people and communities have access to a range of local services which are able to meet their needs, sustainably.

To support the launch  a number of small clips have been produced, including this one featuring Jane Milligan.

Click link below: 

https://www.myhealth.london.nhs.uk/sites/default/files/Unlocking%20the%20value%20of%20VCSE%20organisations%20for%20improving%20population%20health%20and%20wellbeing.pdf

 


Communication Toolkit

NCVO have published a guide to help you talk about the work you do - from sharing your impact to asking for money and even answering those tough questions. The practical guide shares words and phrases that work well with people and highlights those that don't...


Resource Centre for rough sleepers tender Tower Hamlets

PL5242 Resource Centre for Rough Sleepers

 

Open opportunity - This means that the contract is currently unfulfilled but active, and the buying department is looking for potential suppliers to contact them with bid applications.

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Closing date: 13 October 2017

Contract summary

 

Industry

Other Services

Location of contract

London

Value of contract

£585k

Published date

19 September 2017

Closing date

13 October 2017

Contract start date

01 April 2018

Contract end date

31 March 2021


Quaker Housing Trust give grants for housing

Quaker Housing Trust  give grants and interest-free loans as one-off funding for capital cost items of expenditure across a wide range of practical elements.  These include:

  • Buying, building, converting, renovating or refurbishing property.
  • Expanding an existing housing project.
  • Making a housing project ‘greener’.
  • And smaller practical things which turn a house into a home.

 For more info click here http://www.qht.org.uk/

 

 


up to £3000 from Ford Trust

Small and large grants are available to not-for-profit organisations and schools in areas near Ford Motor Company UK operations (Essex (including East London), St Albans, Bridgend (South Wales), Southampton, Daventry and Manchester) for projects that benefit the local community.

Funding is intended to support projects which benefit the local community and environment, children and young people, mainstream schools and education, special needs education and people with disabilities.

https://www.ford.co.uk/experience-ford/about-ford/ford-britain-trust


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