News From KCVS

Short Breaks For Children With Disabilities – New Grants Applications

Knowsley Council is inviting applications for the latest round of short breaks grants.

The grants are aimed at providing financial support for groups in the local voluntary and community sector, enabling them to develop peer support and bespoke activities for children with disabilities and their families. 

Nominations for the 2018 MIB Awards are now open

Do you know of an excellent eatery, a brilliant boss, or a cool cultural hot-spot that deserves some recognition? Entries are now open for the 6th Merseyside Independent Business Awards, presented by Moorcrofts Solicitors. There are 16 different awards up for grabs,...

Universal Credit roll-out in Knowsley

Universal Credit is being introduced to Huyton and Kirkby Job Centres this week, with other postcode areas following in June and September 2018. The Council’s Universal Credit webpage has been updated and provides further detail of the changes and the support...

A message from the Chief Operating Officer

Dear Sector Colleague Knowsley CVS has worked hard over the last 18 months to re-imagine and innovate our Local Infrastructure Support offer to the Voluntary, Community, Faith and Social Enterprise Sector in Knowsley (Social Sector). This has...

GDPR – update

It was great to see so many of your there yesterday for the GDPR training that took place at Knowsley Youth Mutual. We've had some great feedback and as promised here are the resources that were mentioned in yesterday's session. This is the area on the ICO website...

Knowsley CVS surgeries

Knowsley Illuminate Surgeries are held monthly (by appointment only) and provide our Membership with the opportunity to shine the spotlight on the pressing issues within their own organisation.  Held on a 1:1 basis, the surgeries provide an opportunity to...

Knowsley CVS Seminars

Knowsley CVS Illuminate Seminars are quarterly Sector exclusive events that bring the local Sector together with leading experts in their field.  Illuminate Seminars provide a bitesize Sector forum to mobilise local Sector collaborations, our collective...

The Knowsley Illuminate Classes

Knowsley CVS will be delivering a programme of classes shining a spotlight on issues affecting your organisation. Public speaking for quivering wrecks Using technology to become more efficient Raising revenue for your organisation Staying focused when working alone...

Knowsley Better Together – The Deal with the Social Sector

Over the past year Knowsley Council and Knowsley Community and Voluntary Services have been leading a process of engagement with the Community, Faith and Social Enterprise Sector (Social Sector), to talk about how we work together in the future, to achieve our joint aims and aspirations.

Ready to get started?

Get in touch, or create an account