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Sylvia Pearl Associates

Sylvia Pearl (founder of Sylvia Pearl Associate) has an extensive background and high-level of experience within the charitable sector, having worked with some of the most high-profile charities in the country for 30 years. This experience gives Sylvia the authority and presence to consult, advise and develop any charity that needs support.

Sylvia Pearl Associates offers cost effective consultancy services to help charities to deliver their charitable purpose and grow a sustainable future.

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Salford CVS

Salford Community and Voluntary Services (CVS) was established in 1973 and acts as the city-wide infrastructure organisation for the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector; providing specialist information, advice, development support and opportunities for influence and collaboration.

We provide support for organisations to establish and develop including training for their staff, volunteers and trustees.

Average: 1 (1 vote)

4CT Limited

As CEO of 4CT I have 20+ years management experience in the voluntary sector including managing youth and community services, community facilities and quality assurance of community based services. Worked across England supporting community centres and helping groups with all aspects of development including job evaluations, business plans, funding applications etc.


Average: 1 (2 votes)

S V Partnership

Sue Hennessey is a self-motivated and hardworking professional, committed to capacity building across the voluntary public and private sector.  She is an efficient and skilled fundraiser, grant maker and project manager, with strong communication and organisational skills, underpinned by a varied background, including 30 years’ experience in the voluntary sector. Sue has a clear customer focus, delivering creative and bespoke solutions, working in collaboration with a wide range of agencies, organisations and grass roots groups.

Average: 5 (2 votes)

Rick Gwilt

I have worked in the Third Sector as volunteer activist and committee member (from 1972), development worker (from 1982), chief officer (from 1988) and free-lance management consultant (from 1997).

I see my key strengths as: (a) using my experience to tune quickly into the needs of trustees and managers; and (b) using my creative writing skills to translate the thoughts and aspirations of community groups (for whom English may not be a first language) into clear governing documents, business plans and funding bids.

Average: 3.8 (4 votes)