How can the voluntary and community sector and the council work better together?

The voluntary and community sector in Kingston plays a huge part in supporting the community in Kingston, and we want to work more closely with it to better understand its needs and offer support. We want to work better together to strengthen our relationship to build a resilient and stronger community in Kingston.

Are you a voluntary sector organisation in Kingston? Are you aware of the support opportunities available from the council? We want to ensure every voluntary and community group in Kingston is able to help us prioritise our spending, and shape the structures and processes needed to make this happen. We would like your input to bring us insights on the community, and to share with us your personal and professional experiences.

Join us at our events happening in November and December, add your ideas below, or answer the survey created by our Commissioning Team: https://kingstonletstalk.co.uk/commissioning-framework-survey

The voluntary and community sector in Kingston plays a huge part in supporting the community in Kingston, and we want to work more closely with it to better understand its needs and offer support. We want to work better together to strengthen our relationship to build a resilient and stronger community in Kingston.

Are you a voluntary sector organisation in Kingston? Are you aware of the support opportunities available from the council? We want to ensure every voluntary and community group in Kingston is able to help us prioritise our spending, and shape the structures and processes needed to make this happen. We would like your input to bring us insights on the community, and to share with us your personal and professional experiences.

Join us at our events happening in November and December, add your ideas below, or answer the survey created by our Commissioning Team: https://kingstonletstalk.co.uk/commissioning-framework-survey

CLOSED: This quick poll has concluded.

When planning which services to fund the most important thing to consider is

Council priorities
0%
The assets (people, buildings, etc) available
14%
The changing needs of the community
71%
All of these
14%
Total Votes : 14