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Jacky Charman

Jacky has been working in the Voluntary and Community Sector for over 20 years. Jacky’s role is about supporting community groups to help them deliver their essential services to the wider community in Portsmouth. Jacky supports groups with… Read more

Portsmouth Voluntary and Community Network

“The voice of a strong and vibrant voluntary and community sector working together to build a better Portsmouth”

The Portsmouth Voluntary and Community Network (PVCN) empowers and represents voluntary and community organisations to work in… Read more

Portsmouth Children and Young People's Alliance

As a sub-group of Portsmouth Voluntary & Community Network (PVCN), the aim of the Portsmouth Children and Young People’s Alliance (PCYPA) is to provide clear and effective representation for the voluntary and community sector in Portsmouth by… Read more

Portsmouth Forum for Older People's Groups

The Portsmouth Forum for Older People's Group works with and for the Voluntary and Community Sector (VCS) in Portsmouth to improve outcomes for older people.

The Forum is a sub-group of Portsmouth Community Network, which works with all VCSRead more

Portsmouth Power Plus (networking)

Power Plus brings voluntary and community groups and other organisations together once a month to network and hear invited speakers. Through Power Plus we are able to share knowledge and information that makes voluntary organisations in Portsmouth… Read more

Portsmouth mapping of the voluntary sector

We are collecting information on all not-for-profit groups operating in Portsmouth. (By not-for-profit, we mean all community groups, charities and social enterprises). We just want to know what you do, who you support, and where you do it. Read more

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Hampshire Teenage Project

General news / 01.10.14

Hampshire Teenage Project aims to provide young people with a physical and/or mild-moderate learning disability, or a special educational need, with the opportunity to engage in a variety of planned recreational, social and sporting activities as… Read more

Carolyn Barber

Social Enterprise News / 20.05.15

The first Strong Minds Programme for social entrepreneurs started in January 2015 for people recovering from serious health problems. Students completing the programme presented their enterprise ideas in March to an invited audience at the… Read more

Rob Fackrell

Social Enterprise News / 20.05.15

"Why are you called The Unlikely Lads?” is one of the questions we get asked the most. It is easy to explain, Chris and I have very different backgrounds and yet we have a shared passion to provide "Better Beginnings for Boys. Read more

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