Full Assembly Meeting 24 th April 2013. WELCOME Ian Drayton Chair of the Sheffield TSA. Agenda. 9.00 am REGISTRATION 9:30 am Welcome and introductions -Assembly Chair Ian Drayton 9:40 am What are we doing?
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24th April 2013
Chair of the Sheffield TSA
9.00 am REGISTRATION
9:30 am Welcome and introductions -Assembly Chair Ian Drayton
9:40 am What are we doing?
10:10 am “The Three Legged Stool” Presentation Debbie Mathews & Janet Skirrow
10.20 am Position with funding for the Third Sector Assembly from the end of June Ian Drayton
10:30 am BREAK
10:40 am Round the table workshops and discussions on following topics:
11:40 am PLENARY SESSION
12 noon CLOSE
Whole Household Approach to tackling wider determinants of health
Systematic and comprehensive distribution of food and the Fairness Commission
Kate Housden & Paul Harvey
Co-ordinated volunteer recruitment and support
Review of commissioning, procurement and contracting and the Compact
Leader of Council endorsed the need for a review “to remove the barriers to effective involvement and engagement of local organisations and use new flexibilities offered via the Localism and Social Value Acts to best effect in the interests of the communities and individuals we all support”.
Debbie Mathews and Janet Skirrow
Sheffield has a diverse array of Voluntary and Community Organisations (VCOs). An estimated 4,000 VCOs make a significant contribution to all areas of life in the City. Between them they employ approximately 19,000 people , work with 53,000 volunteers and have a combined turnover of approximately £530m (Sheffield VCF Sector Review, 2009)
A - Co-ordinated service provision supply chain, which understands and can respond to community needs and priorities
B - Collective voice and influence representing the views, needs and aspirations of communities and campaigning for positive change. Building and utilising social capital
C - Support to frontline organisations, building capacity and capability to help them achieve A and B more effectively
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