Hull CVS provides a range of free and low cost support services to help you run your group. These include:
- Payroll Preparation
- Human Resources Support Service
- Health and Safety Support Service
- Meeting Rooms and Office Accommodation
- Training Courses
- Policies and Good Practice Factsheets
Discounts on all our services are available to members of Hull CVS.
To discuss your support needs contact on (01482) 324474 or email email@example.com for further information.
Payroll Preparation – providing a low cost Payroll Preparation Service to local voluntary organisations employing paid staff. The service aims to allow organisations to employ staff and enable them to comply with HM Revenue and Customs regulations, without having to have any detailed knowledge.
Human Resources and Health & Safety Support Service – Hull CVS has enhanced its HR and Health & Safety Support Service for voluntary and community sector employers.
Meeting Rooms – we can provide room hire facilities at two central locations in the city; The Strand and Centre 88. Both offer a choice of high quality multifunctional rooms, that are available for hire during the day and evenings for a range of activities from training sessions, board meetings and recreational activities.
Office Accommodation – offering low cost office accommodation at two central locations, both of which are within easy reach of Hull City centre’s amenities and transport interchange. We have various options to meet your office accommodation needs. Our spaces are available on flexible terms that utilise standard tenancy agreements, thus eliminating the need for incurring costly legal expenses.
Training Courses – our training programme is packed full of a range of courses that have been put together in conjunction with Humber Training. Topics cover health and safety, food safety, first aid, fire safety and much more.
Policies and good practice factsheets – we have a range of free factsheets on a variety of topics to help you manage and run your group. Each factsheet is written in such a way to give clear and concise information to help those who are new or beginners, and to act as a reference point to everyone else.
Useful Websites for Further Help and Information
The Charity Commission registers and regulates charities. It also provides services and guidance to help charities run effectively.
Companies House provides information under the Companies Act and registers companies.
Community Matters provides support and advice to local community-led organisations.
Get Legal is a free online reference and decision-making tool for charities, social enterprises and co-operative organisations, developed by NCVO, with support from Bates Wells and Braithwaite Solicitors.
KnowHow NonProfit is a free website for voluntary and community groups to learn and share what they have learnt with others.Whatever your organisation or role within it, if you want information, to update your skills or to talk to others in similar situations, you’ve come to the right place.
NCVO provides advice and support to voluntary organisations on a variety of topics.