View our audited: 2021 accounts
View our audited: LCVS Strategy 2020
Our Registered Charity number is 1069356
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We support community groups to get established, survive and thrive by providing help and guidance with paperwork and governance, resources, sourcing funding and finding and training volunteers.
Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) is a charity working in a variety of ways to support the health & wellbeing of communities & individuals.
We work with local groups and charities to provide practical, community-based solutions to social and economic problems and provide a forum for sharing information and knowledge. Our core purpose is to help individuals, particularly at transition points in their lives, improve their mental & physical health and well-being and choose healthier lifestyles. Volunteering and community support services are delivered through our four NCVO accredited Volunteer Centres. We work in Boston, East Lindsey, South Holland and South Kesteven, covering many rural, socially vulnerable & economically disadvantaged communities.
Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) formed during sector re-organisation in 2006, bringing together local volunteer bureau and infrastructure organisations to develop volunteering and social action across the south of the county and was joined by East Lindsey in 2011. Our Articles of Association date back to 1998 and charitable objects include the advancement of education, protection of health and relief of poverty, distress, and sickness.
Accredited Volunteer Centres
We promote the wide-ranging benefits of volunteering through our four accredited Volunteer Centres, matching would-be volunteers with opportunities and supporting volunteer involving organisations to recruit, train and retain volunteers.
Volunteering boosts self esteem, wellbeing, reduces social isolation and is a well proven stepping stone to employment.
Volunteers provide vital depth to services and infrastructure in all of our communities.
Representing Communities and the Voluntary Sector
LCVS strengthens local provider networks and engages with health commissioners to influence commissioning strategies.
We enable, support and represent at networks, forums and advisory groups relevant to our communities and the voluntary sector.
Health and Wellbeing
The Health Trainer service was commissioned in 2008 and led by LCVS in South Kesteven, South Holland and Boston. After the service was decommissioned in 2016, LCVS sought to maintain its legacy and client-led values.
LCVS seeks out opportunities to offer mentoring and support to help people with health and wellbeing problems into volunteering.
We both deliver and support the delivery of community-based health-related projects. These have included drug and alcohol recovery, COPD community support, dementia and diabetes services.
Chief Executive Officer
Deputy Chief Executive Officer
Central Services Manager
Senior Area Officer
Senior Area Officer / Area Officer
Social Prescribing Lead
Social Prescribing Lead
Job Role: Senior Bank Manager
Date Appointed Trustee: 30 August 2017
Lincolnshire CVS, Room G8, Boston Borough Council Offices, Municipal Buildings, West Street, Boston, PE21 8QR
Lincolnshire CVS, c/o Tonic Health, 6 Broadgate House, Westlode Street, Spalding, PE11 2AF
Here you will find all of LCVS’s latest news and updates.
Double Impact is a registered charity and not for profit organisation. We have been generating sustained and visible recovery from addiction since 1998. The Boston Recovery Pathways project is a new project based in Boston with the aims of engaging local people and...
Congratulations to LCVS ‘Community Information Point Coordinator’, Lynnette Pryke for achieving the High Sheriff’s Award. The award is in recognition of great and valuable service to the community. For 31 years of involvement with voluntary services and for her...
For over 15 years, Rasen Hub has been serving the local community in Market Rasen and the surrounding villages. Run by a small, dedicated team, they have been the font of all knowledge for everything, which is happening, from local interest and hobby groups to the...
Volunteers Week 2021 Volunteers Week is an annual celebration of the contribution that millions of volunteers make across the UK. It runs from 1st to 7th June. This Volunteers’ Week we are encouraging everyone to take the time to say thank you to all volunteers!...
Business Planning for Voluntary Sector Organisations Virtual Voluntary Sector Workshop 3pm – 4pm Tuesday 15th June Join this free session looking at strategic and business planning for voluntary sector organisations. This session is a short workshop on creating a...
Attracting a Diverse Volunteer Team Virtual Voluntary Sector Forum 1.30pm – 4pm Monday 7th June Do our volunteers reflect the diversity in our communities? Are we inclusive, equitable and accessible ? A recent report by NCVO called ‘Time well spent’ said: ‘Even...
YMCA Lincolnshire have been awarded funds through the Barclays COVID-19 Community Aid Package to support people in specific areas of deprivation across Lincolnshire, part of this package will be to issue hardship funds to those most in need and support social action...
Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service is working with Anglian Water to help Boston residents save water. As part of this campaign, we held our first Children’s Primary School poster competition for ages 4 -11. Their goal was to demonstrate the different ways of...
Boston Youth Ambassadors’ project launches a new website, designed for young people by young people!
‘Boston Youth Ambassadors’ project, delivered by Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS) in association with Heritage Lincolnshire, have been working with a group of young people to develop a website launching today, specifically designed for young people...
One-off grants of up to £1,000 are available to help Louth residents who are in need, hardship or distress. Louth United Charities administers grants to Louth based organisations. One-off grants of up to £1,000 are available The income of the charity is derived from...
We are Boston Youth Ambassadors funded by Inclusive Boston project and the National Lottery Heritage Fund as part of the Boston Townscape Heritage Project. The current pandemic has prompted us to release this fortnightly e-bulletin because we understand the importance...
VOLUNTARY CENTRE SERVICES (URBAN CHALLENGE LTD) POST: Social Prescribing Link Worker(s) Do you have experience providing information, support and empowering people with Mental ill Health take control of their health and wellbeing? Voluntary Centre Services are looking...
Lincolnshire County Council funds a wide range of support that promote carers wellbeing, quality of life and ability to continue the caring role. We would like to hear from you so that we can ensure future services meet your needs as a carer. The survey will take...
01 April 2021 – Today, Lincolnshire Community Foundation (LCF) announces the launch of Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm’s annual community fund. The £40,000 per annum fund, provided by Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm, has been established to support community projects...
Thank you to everyone who responded to our litter questionnaire (87 responses). We have now analysed all of the information collected and this is attached. As a result of this we have now joined forces with the Wyberton Wombles of Boston Common Wyberton Wombles Of...
Boston Water Saving Project, Children’s Art Competition There is still time to enter – closing date Friday 12 March 2021 Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service is working with Anglian Water to help get out its important water saving message and we are inviting...