Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services
Leadership. Ingenuity. Sector Social Growth
We offer a full range of services, resources and links to help you with starting up your group to helping you grow and develop, advice on funding, news from across the sector to inspire and encourage joint working, a jobs board if you are looking to change and something for the weekend in our events section, as well as much more besides.
We support and develop
We offer bespoke support for new startup’s to organisations seeking growth, through individual advice, group training sessions, workshops and themed seminars, online resources, funding advice, accreditation scheme guidance, hot desking and meeting rooms facilities
We keep the VCFSE community up to date with the changing operational environment and national policy changes, giving the VCFSE community a chance to share experience, gain peer support and to form strong, trusting relationships – providing opportunities for joint working, economies of scale and operational efficiencies.
We use our influence to inform and influence the policy environment, creating opportunities for co-design of local services and a co-operative working practices, maximising the opportunities for the VCFSE community be an integral part of service delivery across the borough.
Are you a private sector organisation looking to recruit Volunteers?
We can assist you with implementing the Employee Supported Volunteering (ESV) programmes if it benefits the local community. For more information about eligibility, please contact us.
Volunteers Centre Knowsley
Find out more about volunteering in Knowsley from our Volunteer Centre
Funding Information Portal
Are you looking for the latest local, regional and national funding information for Merseyside’s Voluntary, Community and Faith (VCF) sector.
Merseyside Funding Information Portal (MFIP) is supported by local voluntary sector infrastructure organisations across the region – including Knowsley.
Did you know we have over 800 members?
Why not ask us for details about how your organisation can become a member.
Our vision is a resilient, sustainable and vibrant Social Sector which is collaborative and self–supporting.
If you’re looking for information about local services or activities the Live Well Directory, is a great place to start your search. Explore options for care and support or find social activities and clubs.
KCVS providing leadership to the voluntary, community, social enterprise and faith sector to influence local sector social growth.
News, Events and Vacancies
Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth GO Green are a furniture re-use company and they will be carrying out a number of office closures in our area over the coming weeks. Their customers wish for as...read more
Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth The current exhibition in Huyton Gallery is by local artist David Holmes. His work has previously been exhibited throughout Merseyside and the UK as part of group...read more
Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth Sport Works have again been successful in gaining the Short Breaks Swimming contract in Knowsley from September 2017. The contract provides weekly swimming sessions...read more
Conor Cross, the Big Lottery Funding Advisor will be available to take your questions at New Hutte Community Centre, Lichfield Road, Halewood L26 1TT on 31st August, 10:00-16:00.read more
Huyton Gallery, Knowsley. 14 August – 28 October 2017
Huyton Gallery presents this exciting, first solo exhibition of work by artist David Holmes.
His work has previously been exhibited throughout Merseyside and the UK as part of group shows. He likes to move between different mediums and processes, mainly through digital imaging, traditional printmaking and papermaking.read more
Knowsley Community & Voluntary Services Leadership - Ingenuity - Sector Social Growth Knowsley Council is committed to working with its social sector partners to build a more sustainable and resilient community for the benefit of all our residents. A...read more
Administration Officer – Runcorn
Salary: £14,664 – £15,600 pro rata – 18 month fixed term contract (6 month probationary period)
Hours: 22 hours per week
Place of work: Halton
Responsible to: Service Delivery Manager
Purpose of Post:
We’re looking for an experienced and highly organised Administration Officer to ensure the smooth running of a Big Lottery Funded health and wellbeing project.
The successful candidate will provide administrative support to the project delivery team and will be responsible for developing and implementing efficient and effective administrative processes and procedures.read more
On Wednesday 9th August, your Local Funding Officer Conor Cross will be at Centre 63, Old School Lane, Kirkby, L32 5TH from 10:00am-3:30pm.
To find out more ….read more
Case studies and stories from individuals and voluntary and community groups, faith organisations, social enterprises and CICs in Knowsley.
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