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0 GOOD NEWS FOR THE THIRD SECTOR – Regarding Membership fees for Wirral Chamber.

As we know, the Third Sector is diverse and includes large multi-million pound national charitable organisations as well as small self-funded groups and organisations. It is because of this diversity that the Chamber has had some anomalies in applying their fee structure, which is based on number of paid employees.

Community Action Wirral has been working in partnership with Wirral Chamber to agree a fee structure that takes the needs of the sector into account. After exploring several models, we have decided that a generous discount would be the best outcome. This is less complicated than applying a ‘pick and mix’ of services and benefits that may or may not be useful. This way, the sector can benefit from the whole package that membership offers, even if not all services are utilised.

Third Sector members will therefore receive a 50% discount off their annual Chamber membership effective 1st March 2017.

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0 Engage and Consult with Community Action Wirral to develop the support you need for the future.

Community Action Wirral will be hosting a series of events in partnership with Wirral Chamber of Commerce. This is your opportunity to engage and consult with your infrastructure organisation so that we can offer the most appropriate support to help you grow and develop in the future.

These two hour events will be held at The Lauries, 142 Claughton Road, Birkenhead CH41 6EY.

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0 Community Action Wirral are relocating on the 6th December 2016

With effect from Tuesday 6th December 2016, Community Action Wirral are relocating their office to Egerton House in Birkenhead. This move will enable closer working between CAW and the Chamber to support collaboration between sectors and new, innovative ways of working in the future. This move will allow CAW to target resources to better support local groups and by combining expertise, CAW and Wirral Chamber can develop new offers to all sector on Wirral.’