Voluntary Norfolk is committed to working effectively with other voluntary sector infrastructure organisations.

Community Action Norfolk

Community Action Norfolk is an independent charity formed from the merger of Norfolk RCC and West Norfolk VCA. The focus of their work is building a stronger, fairer Norfolk, which they do through support, empowerment and strategic partnership with local voluntary, community, social enterprise organisations as well as other key stakeholders. Learn more about CAN’s work.

Access a wealth of information, guides and resources for the sector.

Momentum

Momentum (Norfolk) supports voluntary and community organisations working with children and young people in Norfolk. Their aim is to support the development of their members to build a vibrant and diverse voluntary and community sector that inspires, involves and empowers the young people that they work with. Learn more about Momentum’s work..

Find out more about Momentum’s training programme.

Community Action Suffolk

Community Action Suffolk (CAS) supports organisations in Suffolk’s Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise sector, to enable them to operate more effectively, providing a voice for individuals and groups who may not otherwise be heard.

Learn more about CAS’s work in Suffolk.

Locality

Locality is the national network of ambitious and enterprising community-led organisations, working together to help neighbourhoods’ thrive. Locality is fantastic source of information, opportunities and leading research.

Access Locality’s community resources.

NCVO

National Council Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) is the national voice of the voluntary sector with a membership of over 12,500 organisations, they have a range of resources and news available on their website.

Access national voluntary sector news.

Charity Commission

The Charity Commission is the government regulator for charitable organisations, providing advice and guidance on the legal aspects on running a charity and a range of templates for different charity documents.

Visit the Charity Commission website.