Business Partners & Links

Third Sector Centre works with the following professional people and organisations and is able to recommend them:


Gallery has been providing professional IT support service and reliable software solutions to businesses and charities across the UK for over 13 years. Their team of consultants, engineers, account managers and administration staff all aim to deliver to a first class friendly and professional service. With a foundation of clients in the voluntary sector, Gallery completely understands the needs of your organisation.




Specialists in both Telecom and Security installations, Telsec IP is uniquely placed to provide both IP telecommunications and IP based security for businesses large and small. 




The links below are for organisation that provide advice and guidance to the voluntary sector and/or not for profit organisations:


Whatever their size or purpose, an essential requirement of all charities is that they operate for the public benefit and independently of government or commercial interests. The Charity Commission registers and regulates charities in England and Wales. It's their job to make sure all charities meet all their legal requirements and to work with charity trustees to put things right if they go wrong.


With over 10,000 members, NCVO champions and strengthens the voluntary sector, making sure the voluntary sector can do what it does best. There are thousands of voluntary sector organisations in the UK. For over 90 years, NCVO has brought the voluntary sector’s people together: to solve problems, address root causes, and inspire.


Small Charities Coalition is a national umbrella and capacity-building organisation with over 7,000 members UK-wide. They exist to help trustees, staff and volunteers of small charities access the skills, tools, and information they need to get going and do what they do best.




Founded in 1987, Charity Finance Group’s training and development programmes enable finance managers to give the essential leadership on finance strategy and management that their charities need. With more than 2,300 members, managing over £19.3 billion, (which represents almost one third of the sector’s income), we are uniquely placed to challenge regulation which threatens the effective use of charity funds.