National Safeguarding Unit (NSU) - Safe Activities For Everyone

If you're a voluntary community group, you'll find this information useful. 

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Parents need to know that their children are safe when taking part in activities in the local community. Equally, children and young people themselves need this reassurance. Therefore, it is important for groups to have sufficient safeguards in place.

If you are a voluntary community group that works with children, the Safe Network is here to help, offering useful information, advice and resources.

How we can help:

Many voluntary community groups decide to become members or affiliates of an umbrella body. These organisations offer advice on things like funding as well as providing advocacy and consultancy services to their clients.

Find out more about how an umbrella body may be able to help your group.

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Get in touch with the Safe Network team directly if you have a specific enquiry.

Frequently asked questions
Answers to the questions most commonly asked.

More from the web

National Association for Voluntary and Community Action.

Community Service Volunteers.

Information on funding for voluntary community groups.

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