Developing Infrastructure

Supporting third sector organisations to deliver services effectively.

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Supporting Communities

Creating opportunities for third sector organisations to become actively involved in shaping their communities.

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Influencing Policy

Promoting the interests of the third sector in policy and strategy development.

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Sector Intelligence

Building a strong third sector intelligence base to support policy engagement.

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As the support agency for voluntary and community organisations in the West Midlands area our mission is to enable a sustainable, effective and inclusive voluntary and community sector.


Each of the regional networks that make up Regional Voices, including Regional Action West Midlands (RAWM), has produced a “Who’s Who” guide to key people working in health, wellbeing and care in each region. The guides include relevant people from NHS England area teams, clinical commissioning groups, health and wellbeing boards, CQC, commissioning support units and local Healthwatch.

You can access the Who’s Who guides for the other regions at

Please help us keep this guide up to date by notifying us of any changes or corrections by emailing:

To download a copy of the West Midland's Who's Who guide - click here.



International Women’s Day
Celebrating Women’s Conference
Edgbaston Community Centre, Birmingham

19th March 2016


This weekend Living Well Church bought over 40 women together to celebrate International Women’s Day, among the speakers was Sharon Palmer MBE,  Chief Executive of Regional Action West Midlands.  RAWM is the infrastructure organisation works to support the strategic development, engagement and sustainability of voluntary sector organisations in and across the West Midlands and she continued the theme of celebrating the contribution and successes of women by showcasing the many and varied roles she plays in the course of her work and personal life and setting the challenge to her all female audience to look at themselves and explore, own and be proud of their own identity.
The event provided an excellent environment to hear from exceptional women who have achieved success in the world of business, health and well being as well faith and empowerment, whilst exploring some of the ongoing challenges faced by women of all faiths, races and ages.  
‘It is great that the conference left the delegates feeling inspired, not only about others but about their own achievements’ said Sharon ‘ confidence in oneself is often the start of many good things, all of the women present here today will definitely spread that message and how exciting is that?’


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