Greenwich

How the Royal Borough supports voluntary and community groups

Voluntary and community sector

The voluntary and community sector is made up of voluntary and community groups, including faith groups and social enterprises.

It aims to develop relationships with residents and communities, to support some of the most vulnerable who are affected by poverty, inequality and social and economic exclusion.

We believe strong and vibrant voluntary and community groups are at the heart of a fairer Greenwich.

Watch our video about voluntary and community groups in the Royal Borough

Voluntary and community sector strategy

The five-year strategy outlines how we aim to do as much as possible with restricted finances, to achieve the best possible outcomes for everyone.

It was developed in recognition that the voluntary and community sector is essential for helping us carrying out future plans for the borough.

The VCS strategy was developed with:

  • local voluntary and community organisations
  • Metropolitan Police
  • London Fire Brigade
  • NHS Greenwich.

Read the strategy

Commissioning programme 2015-19

The Royal Borough of Greenwich's Cabinet agreed funding recommendations for the third sector commissioning programme 2015 to 2019.

Details of both the funding decisions and scrutiny outcomes are set out in agenda items seven and eight of the January 2015 Cabinet meeting.