Main Voluntary Organisations Forum

Do you want to work alongside other organisations to strengthen both yourself and the local voluntary sector?

The Main VOF aims to bring voluntary and community groups in Kensington and Chelsea together to work on issues that are of mutual interest.

It's objectives are:

  • to share information on local and national developments of interest to voluntary and community groups, including new funding opportunities;
  • to elect people to represent the voluntary sector in discussions with the Borough Council and other statutory agencies and to partnership boards;
  • to establish sub-groups, sub-committees and forums for organisations working with specific client groups and on particular issues;
  • to act as the community network for Kensington and Chelsea in relation to the Kensington & Chelsea Partnership, the Community Strategy and the Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy.


Fri 11/11/2016

The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is hosting a workshop for voluntary and community organisations that are interested in exploring the concept of a voluntary sector hub in the borough.

Join the workshop to learn more and be part of the discussion:

Fri 11/11/2016

We are seeking nominations from candidates who wish to represent the local voluntary and community sector on the Borough Voluntary Organisations Group (BVOAG) or the Health & Wellbeing Board.

The Borough Voluntary Organisations Advisory Group (BVOAG) is the formal mechanism by which the voluntary sector, with the help of its elected representatives, is able to raise issues with councillors and cabinet members of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and directors of the local health services.

Thu 03/12/2015

Here at the Social Council we are keen to ensure that we strengthen local voluntary and commmunity organisations so that they can continue to serve our local communities.

To help us provide the services and support necessary over the next period we have recently revised our organisational vision, our mission statement and our values. Read more on About KCSC 

Thu 26/11/2015

The government u-turn on cuts to working families tax credits has grabbed the headlines after Chancellor George Osborne made his Autumn Statement to parliament yesterday. But other announcements included news on government departmental cuts, the future allocation of Big Lottery funding and support for volunteering.Here we signpost you to some early analysis explaining the likely impact on voluntary organisations and on local communities.