PART ABOUT POP+
IS ITS COMMUNITY
This is not an organisation run from the centre, but one driven by the huge assets that exist in the voluntary and community sector, and the time generously given by social activists in the city to create links and collaborate on issues. Our networks are the way in which this happens.
WE DO IS TO
HELP THE COMMUNITY
Our mission is to support cross-sector collaboration with Plymouth’s third sector, to develop thriving organisations and groups that can create social capital and positive social change.
Plymouth Voluntary Community Social Enterprise is registered with the Charity Commission as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (number: 1167515). Our vision is a vibrant, sustainable third sector in Plymouth valued for delivering effective and efficient cross-sector services and support that leads to positive social change for local people.
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Our Next POP+ Thursday
18th October – Lower Guildhall (Drake Room) 9.30 – 2.30pm
Esmée Fairbairn at POP+
Including the AGM
Come along and hear about projects, initiatives and collaborations that Esmée Fairbairn has funded in year 1.
How can Plymouth do more towards being a compassionate, participatory and sustainable city. Discussion on where we are now and where we would like to be?
- AGM and Trustee elections
- Esmée Fairbairn year 2 conversations (part 2)
- Light lunch provided
RSVP now through Eventbrite.
Hope to see you there!
Funding Awards Update
A few weeks ago POP+ convened a ‘Network of Networks’ – a panel of decision makers nominated by and drawn from networks across the City, who were to be our first-ever panel to decide on Year 1 Funding Awards.
If you have been following the EF story then you will know that Plymouth was allocated £1.3 million of ‘place based funding’ over 5 years. £300,000 of this is to build capacity and the core wok of POP+, the rest is a POT – to be spent as ‘the sector sees fit’ with £200,000 per year being available.
In this first year we have allocated £30,000 to learning and experimenting (including the visits to Hull and Barking & Dagenham), and £20,000 to a shared digital platform with a wide variety of cross sector partners. After evaluation costs are taken out too we then had £140,000, which for Year 1 was allocated to a ‘Funding Awards Panel’ – our ‘Network of Networks’.
CEO Vacancy at POP+
Can you lead a progressive and successful charitable organisation which is transforming the VCS in Plymouth and is now ready to take the next big step?
We now have a fantastic opportunity for a new CEO to act as ambassador for the organisation providing the public face for our activities and supporting the voluntary sector & wider communities in the area.