27 Church Street
Council for Voluntary Service is registered charity No. 1069086 and company
limited by guarantee, registered in England No. 3523907. It is a member
of the National Association for Voluntary and Community Action and the
National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
© 2013 Slough Council for Voluntary Service.
All rights reserved.
On 9th November 2012 Slough CVS celebrated
its 75th anniversary of working in Slough. Please click above to find
out about our history.
Who we are
Slough Council for Voluntary Service is your local
charity set up to help people who want to
start a voluntary group or who want to see their existing group develop
its work, get funds or undertake new services.
It also gives local groups a chance to participate in the town's
decision making process. Various forums are held during the
year to gain people's views.
Slough CVS gives information, advice, training
continuing support around:
- The kinds of group to set up
- Roles of the people in it
- Running an efficient meeting
- Writing a constitution
- Local people who can help
- Local groups doing similar work
- Local partnerships your group could join
- Funding opportunities
Slough CVS carries out these
- One-to-one Development Work
- Capacity Building
- Training sessions
- Participation events
- Funding events
- A quarterly newsletter - Newsline
- Group Finance support
- Governance advice
- Fundraising support
- Use of a Resource Room
- Slough Quality Protects Assurance Programme
Slough CVS is an association of local voluntary groups
who elect from among themselves representatives to manage the organisation.
Funded by Slough Borough Council,
Big Lottery Fund and Capacity Builders. _____________________________________________________
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