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Welcome to the latest edition of the East Sussex VCSE Alliance newsletter – an Alliance made up of 24 local voluntary and community organisations working across East Sussex. Have a read of our latest newsletter and find out what’s been happening locally in the VCSE sector. In this edition you will: To read the full

Welcome to the latest edition of the East Sussex VCSE Alliance newsletter – an Alliance made up of 24 local voluntary and community organisations working across East Sussex. Have a read of our latest newsletter and find out what’s been happening locally in the VCSE sector. In this edition you will: To read the full

Welcome to the latest edition of the East Sussex VCSE Alliance newsletter – an Alliance made up of 22 local voluntary and community organisations working across East Sussex. Have a read of our latest newsletter and find out what’s been happening locally in the VCSE sector. In this edition you will: To read the full

Welcome to the latest edition of the East Sussex VCSE Alliance newsletter – an Alliance made up of 22 local voluntary and community organisations working across East Sussex. Have a read of our latest newsletter and find out what’s been happening locally in the VCSE sector. In this edition you will: To read the full

Working pattern: 17.5 hours per week (0.5 FTE) – to be agreed with successful candidateSalary: £25,119 – £26,421 pro rata – plus 6% employers pension contributionAnnual Leave: 28 days per year plus Bank Holidays pro rataContract duration: 12 months fixed contractLocation: Hybrid working – at home, the ESCV office in Eastbourne, with regular travel across

On Wednesday the 8th November, the East Sussex VCSE Alliance held their 2023 Annual Conference at The View Hotel in Eastbourne. The conference built on the Alliance’s principle of generous leadership; exploring how we can reach out to smaller grassroot organisations and work together across the sector. The discussions and learning that took place were

On Wednesday 8th November we will be holding the 2nd annual East Sussex VCSE Conference at the View Hotel Eastbourne. The East Sussex VCSE Alliance is made up of 20 of the county’s VCSE organisations who have come together to promote the importance of the VCSE sector and increase our influence and trust amongst partners.

Contact the VCSE Alliance:  We are keen to hear about your VCSE organisation and any future events or announcements. To submit an item  in future editions or for further information about the Alliance, please contact: Anna McCollin-Moore, East Sussex VCSE Alliance Development Officer: anna.mccollin-moore@www.esvcsealliance.org.uk

Contact the VCSE Alliance:  We are keen to hear about your VCSE organisation and any future events or announcements. To submit an item  in future editions or for further information about the Alliance, please contact: Anna McCollin-Moore, East Sussex VCSE Alliance Development Officer: anna.mccollin-moore@www.esvcsealliance.org.uk

East Sussex Community Voice (ESCV) has recruited two new senior staff to help deliver our programmes and projects. Veronica Kirwan joins ESCV as Executive Director on 20th February from Peabody, a large housing association based in London. Veronica is excited at the challenge of her new leadership role adding “I am delighted to be joining East Sussex Community Voice. In these

The second commissioning workshop was held with VCSE Alliance members and statutory commissioners in November 2022. It focussed on Service Monitoring – how to achieve a more proportionate and co-productive approach. Workshop objectives Key messages A Commissioning Academy for East Sussex- what might it look like, how do we begin to develop it? Further details about

Voluntary and community groups, as well as statutory partners from across East Sussex came together for the East Sussex VCSE Alliance annual conference –  ‘Maps and Dreams, Preparing for Tomorrow’ in April 2022.  The event looked at how we can build a more resilient voluntary, community and social enterprise sector in East Sussex.  Fifty people,

Contact the VCSE Alliance:  We are keen to hear about your VCSE organisation and any future events or announcements. To submit an item  in future editions or for further information about the Alliance, please contact: Anna McCollin-Moore, East Sussex VCSE Alliance Development Officer: anna.mccollin-moore@www.esvcsealliance.org.uk

East Sussex VCSE Alliance members and statutory commissioners met in March 2022 to discuss how commissioning can work more effectively and collaboratively with the VCSE, using the example of tackling health inequality.  Workshop objectives Key messages  Further details about the workshop can be found in the report by clicking the button below. A second workshop is planned in November