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Tracey O'Brien - Introduction To The Voluntary Sector

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Tracey O'Brien is Director of Policy and Programmes at BVSC (Birmingham Voluntary Services Council). Here are Tracey's slides from "SWB Connect" an event held in West Bromwich, 28th June 2012.

Tracey O'Brien is Director of Policy and Programmes at BVSC (Birmingham Voluntary Services Council). Here are Tracey's slides from "SWB Connect" an event held in West Bromwich, 28th June 2012.

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  • 1. An Introduction to the Voluntary Sector CollaborationSustainability Quality Impact Tracey O’Brien Director of Policy and Programmes
  • 2. Some things you might not know• The sector is large -163,763 voluntary organisations in the UK• We employ 765,00 paid staff (2.7% of the UK workforce)• The sector is diverse• The third most trusted organisation/profession
  • 3. State of the Sector• £36.7 billion - the total income of the UK voluntary sector (2009/10)• £90.2 billion – total net assets of the UK voluntary sector (2009/10)• 54% of Birmingham organisations hold formal contracts with public sector bodies• 40% of voluntary sector organisations receive income through income generating activities
  • 4. How we can support you• Reach into local communities • Intelligence gathering – JSNA • Influence service design – co-production • Delivery• Partnership arrangements in place • Consortia • Inter-agency working • Strategic networks

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