We believe that we can become more robust by recognising, valuing, supporting, inspiring, and connecting our community assets. We are empowering people to have a voice and space to inspire them to grow, valuing diversity from the inside to bring our communities together and enrich all of our lives.
Inspiring Connections South West CIC has been created to be an accessible, flexible, low-cost service to support groups and individuals in the South West of England, to recognise valuable assets within their local communities for the benefit of all. We believe we start with what is strong and not with what’s wrong, and remember that everyone has a valuable contribution to making our communities resilient, more substantial, and diverse. Our income will be derived from grants, funding and working alongside community groups and projects.
” Our vision is for a voluntary sector that can flourish through access to the funding and skills it needs to grow, enhance and measure its impact. We believe charities and the non-profit sector have a key role in the evolution of a fairer and more equitable society for all and we are passionate about helping them to achieve that.”
We act in our clients’ best interests, only taking on consultancy/delivery projects where we believe we can add substantial and genuine value, delivering to brief and to deadline. We offer an honest perspective combining ambition with objective pragmatism.
We have a combination of professional and service delivery experience, striving for continual improvement through ongoing professional development and innovation.
We believe that effective development requires strong partnership. We work hand in glove with our clients to maximise the impact of our services. We are a close-knit team, working with you to deliver the true benefit of our collective professional experience to the sector.
We believe in a society that values culture and diversity and which champions under represented groups. We actively seek to work with organisations addressing disadvantage and injustice.