Greater Manchester VCSE Leadership Group e-bulletin April 2024

Welcome to the April e-bulletin for the GM VCSE Leadership Group.

Apologies that this edition was delayed in getting to you.

April saw our Mayoral Hustings event which brought our sector together with politicians. See the links below to find out how the day went and view some fantastic photos of the day.

In other exciting news, the GM Workforce and Recruitment Hub was launched. This is designed to bring together opportunities for work in the sector in Greater Manchester alongside tools and resources.

Please have a look at this exciting news and more below.

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Greater Manchester VCSE Hustings and Manifesto

In April we hosted a Greater Manchester Metro Mayor election hustings event for VCSE sector colleagues and partners. You can read our summary of the event here. All of the candidates present signed the draft Greater Manchester VCSE Manifesto, showing their commitment to working with the sector.
We are currently refining the manifesto and would like you to have your say.
Use the button below to give your feedback on the current draft and help shape how we set out our aims and ambitions.
GM VCSE Workforce and Recruitment Hub Launched

A hub to support the Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector has been lauched.The Greater Manchester (GM) Workforce Hub, made for employers in the VCSE sector.
We’re all trying to make Greater Manchester a place where people can be healthy, happy, and live fulfilling lives. The way we run our organisations can make a real difference to the VCSE sector staff’s health and wellbeing.
The GM Recruitment Hub is a job board advertising vacancies in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector in Greater Manchester. We host a variety of roles across Greater Manchester, with jobs across all 10 boroughs – Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan including jobs in fundraising, marketing, campaigning, project management and leadership roles.
Report: Local Infrastructure Organisations Delivering on the AccordOne of the key commitments of the Greater Manchester VCSE Accord is to build the best VCSE ecosystem in the country.
Local VCSE infrastructure organisations (LIOs) play a key role in delivering the work on this commitment.This report, on the work of the LIOs over 2023 and 2024, details work from across the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester. It includes examples of how LIOs have pushed forward the Accord in localities and how GM-level strategy discussions have been enhanced with locality insight.
You can read the report via the button below and learn more about locality engagement work here.

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