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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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Frequently asked questionsAnswers to the questions most commonly asked.
National Association for Voluntary and Community Action.NAVCA
Community Service Volunteers.CSV
Information on funding for voluntary community groups.Directgov
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