Strategy

KCSC Annual Report 2018/19

We are pleased to introduce our annual report for 2018/19 in which you will be able to read about the work and impact of Kensington and Chelsea Social Council (KCSC) over the year, and see how we have managed all of the funds received.

This year we have designed our annual report differently and moved to an online only full version, seeking to reduce our carbon footprint and to demonstrate our activities and impact more effectively. We hope you enjoy reading the new-look report.

CEO Peer Network

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KCSC has been running a successful CEO peer network since 2014.

 

The network is available to any CEO/Director or equivalent working for a local Voluntary and Community Organisation or Community Interest Company in Kensington and Chelsea.

The objectives of the Peer network are to:

Launch of a new Older People's Providers Network

KCSC is launching a new Older People Provider's Network for local voluntary organisations and community groups consisting of or providing services for older people (aged 50 plus).

The goals of the network will be to help providers share experiences, to promote a better understanding of the development of the health and wellbeing agenda and its impact on the voluntary sector and to explore initiatives that might lead to joint bidding for funding and contracts. This new network will be a self led forum for local providers working with older people.

'Family Friends' charity provide DBS checks to organisations within North Kensington wards

Family Friends, a charity organisation in The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and as an Umbrella Body Service (UB) they provide DBS checks on behalf of other organisations at 73 St Charles Square, London W10 6EJ. They would now like to extend this service to other organisations within the wards of North Kensington: Dalgarno, Golborne, Notting Dale, Colville, Norland and Pembridge.