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Directory of Voluntary Organisations

Click on the link below to view or download the directory of local organisations. Please note that this directory only includes organisations who are members of Lancaster District CVS and who have agreed for their contact details to be published. To obtain a printed version, please contact Lancaster District CVS.

Directory of Voluntary Organisations (June 2014)

Bulletin

Every month Lancaster District CVS produces a Bulletin with news and useful information for the Voluntary Sector. The Bulletin is now available to all, to find out how to subscribe and how to contribute items to future editions email bulletin@lancastercvs.org.uk.

Click on the link below to see the latest issue.

Bulletin (July 2014)

Bulletin (Special June 2014)

Bulletin (June 2014)

Bulletin (May 2014)

Bulletin (April 2014)

Bulletin (March 2014)

Bulletin (February 2014)

Bulletin (February 2014 -Special)

Bulletin (January 2014)

Bulletin (December 2013)

Working Together for the Future

In September 2012, Lancaster City Council met with representatives from the voluntary sector to discuss their needs, issues and opportunities in the District – particularly around capacity.

Working Together for the Future

Economic Crisis, Need and Voluntary Organisations in the Lancaster District

The research was commissioned by Lancaster District CVS and carried out with funding support from Lancaster University’s Faculty for Arts and Social Science and has recently been used to inform changes to the funding priorities of a local Charitable Trust.

In the light of the ‘double dip’ recession and austerity measures, we wanted to gauge how individuals in the District who potentially will be most acutely affected by these economic trends are faring at the current time; the impact upon and response from our voluntary, community and faith groups.

Economic Crisis, Need and Voluntary Organisations in the Lancaster District

The State of Volunteering in the Lancaster District

Alan Chapman produced a report which explored volunteering issues in the District, following the closure of the Volunteer Bureau in Lancaster, around the need to develop volunteer brokerage and strengthen partnership working.

The State of Volunteering in the Lancaster District

Premises Needs for Voluntary Sector Organisations in the Lancaster District

Michael Hallam conducted a survey that looked at the premises needs for voluntary sector organisations in the District that included location, space and staffing requirements as well as quality of buildings and sharing of resources.

Premises Needs for Voluntary Sector Organisations in the Lancaster District

The Sector Counts

In the Summer of 2009, Lancaster District CVS produced a report on the contribution of the voluntary sector in the District. Click on the link below to download a copy.

The Sector Counts (June 2009)

External Basis Evaluation

BASIS, a Big Lottery funded voluntary sector capacity building project (second round), was delivered by Lancaster and District Community Voluntary Solutions from 2008 to 2013. This evaluation of the project was prepared by Lancaster University in 2013.

Basis Report

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