The State of the VCSE Sector 2021 Survey included eight key sections, which encouraged respondents in each of the 10 Greater Manchester localities to describe their organisations, workforce, volunteers and impact, the work that the VCSE sector undertook in each of those localities and the impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic on their work and communities.
This research has been commissioned by Salford CVS on behalf of the 10GM partnership (Action Together in Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside, Bolton CVS, Macc in Manchester and Salford CVS), other local infrastructure organisations and local authorities in GM, and GMCVO and undertaken by the Centre for Social and Health Research at the University of Salford. This report forms part of a wider collection of reports, which, may be downloaded from www.10gm.org.uk. To describe growth patterns and trends and draw some comparisons, this survey is based on previous State of the Sector questions originally developed by Sheffield Hallam University (2012 and 2017).
Download all the reports below
State of the Sector report 2021
|Headlines for Manchester|
Greater Manchester State of the VCSE Sector 2021 Launch
|Part 1: Method and findings||
Part 2: Speech by Greater Manchester Mayor, Andy Burnham and panel
State of the Sector report 2017
|Summary||10 things you should know about the VCSE sector in Manchester|
State of the Sector report 2012
|Full report||8 things you should know about the VCSE sector in Manchester|
Greater Manchester State of the Sector reports
The State of the Sector reports from the Greater Manchester boroughs can be downloaded from the 10GM website: www.10gm.org.uk
The Greater Manchester wide report can be downloaded from GMCVO’s website here