Power to Change has a truly exciting opportunity to transform the lives of people and communities across England. In order to fulfill our ambitions, we need outstanding partners to deliver our programmes, business development support and research projects.
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Power to Change: Contingency Support
We are seeking to set up a Framework Agreement with individual service providers and/or a consortium (with a lead contractor) for the provision of contingency support services for grantees. The Framework Agreement will initially be for a period of one year with the option to extend.
The Contingency Support Service (“the Service”) aims to provide Power to Change grantees with short-term, intensive external support in the spirit of operating on a ‘Funder Plus’ model and in recognition that community businesses often operate in areas of existing market failure. The purpose of the Service is to provide additional, timely business turnaround support to community businesses facing critical challenges that are threatening their viability (and thus threatening Power to Change’s investment). The Service will enable us to support community businesses when they are in crisis and to better understand the issues and identify practical steps to address and improve the resilience of the community business to remain viable and continue to provide services to local communities.
The deadline for submitting a completed tender is noon on 4th November 2019.
For further details and a copy of the Invitation to Tender, register your interest by emailing your name, organisation and contact details to: email@example.com
Invitation to Tender (“ITT”)
Defining a Social Investment and Support Vehicle to serve Liverpool City Region’s socially trading organisations and community businesses.
Funded by Power to Change and the Combined Authority’s Strategic Investment Fund. Contract value up to £45,000 inclusive of VAT.
Further information can be found here.
Invitation To Tender: Consultancy Brief
Power to Change is seeking independent consultancy services to support the organisation as we prepare to spend down in 2022 or receive new funding to continue past 2022 and beyond.
Interested Bidders should have experience of project management and supporting organisations through periods of significant change. They will require an understanding of charitable governance and legal requirements.
Tender Return Deadline: 10am, Monday 4 November 2019
Contract Awarded: 5pm, Friday 22 November 2019
Contract Work Period: 2019 to 2022
Read the full Invitation to Tender here.