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London VCS cuts reports

LVSC has been updating annual working documents on the cuts to London's voluntary and community sector (VCS)'s funding since April 2010. The documents can be used to analyse VCS funding from a national, London-wide and local borough perspective, or according to service users or sub-sector. The latest update was produced in 2013.

London VCS funding report: latest September 2013 update now available

 

The September 2013 update contains information on funding cuts from April 2013 - September 2013. You can use the Table of Contents to click through to information on a particular London borough or voluntary and community sector sub-sector

 

LVSC VCS funding cuts April 2013 - September 2013 (a working document)

 

The cuts reports provide an overview of London cuts research which informs  our analysis of LVSC's annual Big Squeeze survey. Make sure you have your say in this year's survey..


Previous updates

 

The March 2013 update contains information on funding cuts from April 2012 - March 2013.

LVSC VCS funding cuts April 2012 - March 2013 (a working document)

 

The Augsut 2012 update contains information on funding cuts from April 2012 - August 2012

LVSC VCS funding cuts report April - August 2012 (a working document)


The March 2012 update (which contains information on funding cuts from April 2011-March 2012) is available to download below:

LVSC VCS funding cuts report April 2011 - March 2012 update (a working document)


The July 2011 update (which contains information on funding cuts from April 2010- July 2011) is available to download below:

London VCS funding (working document): July 2011 update

These  working documents are not intended to be comprehensive but to provide a relatively up-to-date snapshot of funding changes on London's voluntary and community sector and the people who use their services in the wake of the 2008 financial crash, recession and subsequent austerity policies.