Adur and Worthing
We provide advice and support, and learning and networking opportunities to voluntary and community organisations across Adur and Worthing.
We first started to work in the area in July 2016 and, following a set up phase, we now offer a full programme of activities which you can participate in.
If you’d like to find out more about our work in the area, get in touch with our Development Manager, Gabriella Oakley, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07921 466034
Learning and training
We run free, regular workshops on a range of topics. Find out more about our training courses taking place across Adur and Worthing.
Recruiting and working with volunteers
We can help you to find volunteers.
We also run a volunteer co-ordinators forum where people involved in co-ordinating volunteers can connect, develop skills and share experiences.
We run a number of networks for voluntary and community organisations in Adur and Worthing. The networks are a great way to meet, learn, and work together with other local organisations to influence local policies and plans.
Advice and support
We can give you one-to-one support and advice to help you to run your voluntary or community organisation.
If you’d like to speak to someone about a specific bit of help you need, get in touch with our Advice and Support Co-ordinator, Hazel Roper, on email@example.com or 07921 466034
Voice and representation
Representing the voluntary and community sector at a local level is a key part of our work. We ensure that our members’ voices and expertise are heard at a range of partnerships, boards and informal meetings with key people across the local area.
We currently have representatives attending the Health and Wellbeing Partnership. We’re looking for people to act as representatives at meetings of the Safer and Stronger Communities Partnership, and the Business Partnership.
If you’re interested in being involved, get in touch with our Development Manager, Gabriella Oakley, on firstname.lastname@example.org or 07921 466034
We’re a membership organisation for voluntary and community organisations. Our members benefit from exclusive access to some of our services.
Whilst we’re setting ourselves up in Adur and Worthing, you don’t need to be a member of ours to benefit from our services. Instead, we invite you to try our services for a period of time before joining us as a member.
To hear more about our programme of events and activities in Adur and Worthing, and the support we can give you and your organisation, sign up to receive newsletters from us.
We run a number of email groups for voluntary and community organisations who operate in Adur and Worthing.
Other support available
There are a number of other organisations in West Sussex who also provide support to community groups and voluntary organisations in the area. Read more (PDF) about how they may be able to help you.