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“Making civil society work for everyone”
Voice4Change England is a national advocate for the Black and Minority Ethnic voluntary and community sector (BMS VCS).
A stronger and inclusive civil society to meet the needs of BME and other disadvantaged communities.
To strengthen the BME VCS to meet the needs of disadvantaged communities.
How we will achieve our mission
- Increase the involvement of the BME VCS in decision making
- Increase awareness of the BME VCS’ impact and value
- Improve the capacity of VCOs to meet the needs of BME and other disadvantaged communities
As the only national membership organisation dedicated to the BME VCS we speak up to policymakers on the issues that matter to the sector, bring the sector together to share good practice and develop the sector to better meet the needs of communities. Click here to sign up to our FREE membership programme.
Why the BME VCS?
BME voluntary and community organisations (VCOs) are a crucial part of civil society. By supporting the BME VCS we aim to improve the life outcomes for BME and other disadvantaged communities.
In the current climate, V4CE are focused on three key policy areas:
Voice4Change England have a range of publications about the BME voluntary and community sector for you. To order a print copy please contact Samantha Watson on 020 7697 4245 or email email@example.com.
"Looking back over the last year, V4CE has cetainly done its best to straddle the need to continue to implement its work programme branching out into sector areas, supporting other organisations through difficult times, while also looking to secure its own financial base" Chief Executive Kunle Olulode
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