In this section you will find:
We have template policies, model procedures and guidance
documents produced in partnership with Russell-Cooke Solicitors
covering the employment basics through to the complex HR issues
encountered by the voluntary and community sector.
The London for All programme helped organisations to become more
efficient, deliver accessible services and better support
Londoners. With a collective 200 years of experience, London for
All offered organisations training, advice and resources to
strengthen their knowledge and skills.
LVSC holds regular events focussing on issues and policies which
Londoners and the organisations which support them. We bring
together people from across civil society, public and private
sectors, giving them a space to discuss, debate and network,
Our Health programme has developed a range of resources to
effective flow of information, intelligence and evidence between
voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations and
the Department of Health, Public Health England and the NHS.
England. Here you will find briefings about health and social care,
the London Social Prescribing map and who's who guide in health and
LVSC regularly produces research reports that work to ensure
policy makers and funders consider the impact of their decisions on
London's voluntary and community sector organisations and the
people they serve.
LVSC is keen to understand how our work impacts on the
organisations we support so we continuously monitor and evaluate
our individual programmes thereby enabling us to improve our
services, respond to changing needs and build on good practice.
Here you will find examples of how we work with organisations
and the impact of that work,
LVSC and its programme Networks issue regular e -bulletins
bringing you the latest news
and developments across London that impact on voluntary sector
services and the people they support.
Here you will find copies of LVSC News Bulletin, Employment and
Skills Bulletin, Safer Future Communities Bulletin and our Health