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The Coalition government has stepped up its process of decentralisation and devolution of power to local authorities and their communities. Local authorities will have the liberty to make decisions about allocation of resources free from central government guidelines. An increasing role for the VCS to deliver public services is expected. VCS organisations are expected to have a key role to play in identifying needs as well as delivering services. This page deals with policies that have an impact on funding, commissioning and procurement for the VCS.

Social Inclusion Consortium post-event page 7/5/15

The voluntary sector collaboration for the D2N2 Local Enterprise Partnership Area – the Social Inclusion Consortium – was launched in February.

The announcement has been very positively received by voluntary sector organisations working across the D2N2 area, many of whom are keen to work within a local, voluntary sector led consortium to deliver the key outcomes required by the LEP.

Know your local economy to..... Access EU funding – Post event page

The Reach & Impact project ran two half day workshops on Tuesday 5 November in Derby, designed to help VCS organisations, funding/support advisers and development workers start to prepare and think about how they may take advantage of opportunities in the EU Structural and Investment Funds 2014-20 programme.

Helping the VCS get ready to access the European Funding 2014-20 Programme – Post event page

Taking place on Wednesday 11 September at Nottinghamshire Deaf Society, this free event focused on providing funding advisors’ with the skills and knowledge to better support VCS organisations who have innovative projects to developing and contributing to the local economy and who may be eligible for ERDF funding or other European Funding streams.

What do you need to know about your LEP and what opportunities are there for the VCS? – Post event page

One East Midlands, through the ERDF Reach & Impact project in partnership with local infrastructure organisations, hosted a series of free county events throughout July and August 2013 to enable stronger and productive relationships between the VCS and LEPs.

How can the VCS tap into FE college funding opportunities – Post event page

EMFAN and the One East Midlands partnership project with New College Stamford, Closer Links, hosted this joint event on Thursday 13 June 2013 at the Nottinghamshire Deaf Society.

An introduction to Corporate Fundraising – Post Event Page

This joint workshop organised by the Institute of Fundraising East Midlands and EMFAN (East Midlands Funding Advice Network) and which took place in Leicester on Wednesday 5 June, aimed to provide delegates with an introduction to corporate fundraising.

Final evaluation of the EMFAN project

Following a tender process, in Spring 2013 One East Midlands appointed South West Forum to undertake a final evaluation of the four year East Midlands Funding Advice Network (EMFAN) project.

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