The Gallery champions the role of the arts in the voluntary and community sector.The work on show either explores a social theme or has been produced by amateur artists as a form of empowerment and self-expression.
Birmingham's local strategic partnership which brings together partners from the business, community, voluntary and faith sectors to deliver a better Birmingham.
Birmingham & Solihull NHS Cluster
The Consortium was established by BVSC in May 2011 to allow voluntary and community organisations working in health and wellbeing across Birmingham to come together to bid for contracts.
The Network consists of a range of well-established voluntary organisations working in partnership to support frontline voluntary and community organisations across the city.
The Strategy 'Birmingham 2026: Our Vision for the Future' has been developed by Birmingham City Council and the local strategic partnership, Be Birmingham, which brings together partners from the business, public, community, voluntary and faith sectors, to deliver a better quality of life in Birmingham.
An independent body that listens to your views and concerns about health and social care and works with you to bring about positive change
BRAVO (Birmingham Resource and Advice for Voluntary Organisations)
A network of volunteer coordinators who meet regularly to discuss issues related to volunteering and volunteer management.
The Third Sector Database was launched by BVSC in 2009 as a resource for Birmingham. As well as holding contact data about voluntary and community organisations in Birmingham it is also the route by which organisations can join BVSC and the Assembly Networks.
Local Strategic Partnership (LSP)
LSPs bring together representatives from the local statutory, voluntary, community and private sectors to address local problems, allocate funding, discuss strategies and initiatives. Birmingham's LSP is Be Birmingham.
An easy to navigate funding portal, set up to help organisations in Birmingham access funding.
Birmingham Community Safety Partnership is a joint partnership between West Midlands Police, Birmingham City Council, West Midlands Fire Service and many different agencies that work together to tackle difficult problems that affect communities.
A co-working space for social entrepreneurs based at BVSC's offices in Digbeth.
Over the past four years, BVSC has surveyed a sample of third sector organisations in Birmingham in order to establish the size, shape and support needs of the sector. The reports analyse this data, identifying changes from the previous studies in order to produce a current snapshot of third sector organisations in the city.
A network developed to improve communication across the sector, to grow its ability to influence and to improve relationships with the public sector.