Sound business skills are required to run a successful voluntary and community youth organisation. This is even more important in times of funding pressures and increased competition for limited contract opportunities. The following organisations may be able to provide you with FREE support to develop those skills further as you may learn from business and professional people.REACH is a registered charity which supports voluntary organisations and charities across the UK, helping them attract volunteers with a wide range of skills and professional experience.
Please note that NCVYS does not endorse any of the services listed, therefore it is important to assess for yourself whether any service selected meets with your needs.
Tinder-Box Enterprise Programme - business coaching consultants Tinder-Box are inviting charities and social enterprises to be matched with businesses that would work with them for free, to share skills and solve problems.
Small Charities Coalition exists to help small charities access the skills, experience and resources they need to achieve their aims e.g. matchmaking charities with other organisations.
The Cranfield Trust is a charity providing free management consultancy to charities and social enterprises.
Pilotlight provides small charities with expert help from leaders from business and industry.
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