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The West Midlands Voluntary and Community Sector

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RAWM works with a range of partners, including Social Enterprise West Midlands (SEWM) to promote and support the voluntary and community sector in the West Midlands area.

The voluntary and community sector in the West Midlands

  • There are over 11,347 formal and active organisations based in the West Midlands in 2013/14. This is drop from the previous year. The equivalent of 2 per 1,000 people
  • There is £2,151ml VCS income in the region, expenditure is £1,947ml and £2.525ml VCS assets in the region in 2013/14
  • 86% of the VCS organisations are either micro or small in size (2013/14)
  • 64% of voluntary & community sector staff in the West Midlands are full time (2012/13)
  • Just over half the sector’s workforce is in a range of social work and social care occupations
  • Almost 8.5% of the UK’s voluntary and community sector workforce is in the West Midlands (2013/14)
  • Over 57,483 people are employed in the West Midlands voluntary & community sector in (June 2015)
  • 45% of employees in the West Midlands voluntary & community sector are in professional, technical and managerial occupations.

(Source: NCVO Annual Almanac)

Local support and development organisations in the West Midlands

Economic and social contribution of the voluntary and community sector to the West Midlands

More information about the economic and social contribution of the voluntary and community sector to the West Midlands can be found in RAWM's publication 'The Economic Footprint of the voluntary and community sector in the West Midlands'. Contact our information & communications policy associate to request a downloadable copy.