Knowledge Hub can give your charity the tools you need

The Knowledge Hub, a free online resource for voluntary organisations in Wales, has been updated with more information than ever.

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Managed by Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW), the Knowledge Hub is a platform for people working or volunteering in the Welsh voluntary sector. Here you can access information and guidance, as well as online learning courses on a range of topics that are vital to running a successful organisation.


A big part of the voluntary sector in Wales is made up of smaller organisations, which face their own unique challenges. With this in mind TSSW has launched new guidance and information aimed specifically at small organisations

From guidance on governance and safeguarding, to sustainable funding, working with volunteers and more, all of this has been designed with the aim of helping you run your organisation.

This won’t just benefit smaller organisations though. TSSW, a network of support organisations comprising of WCVA and County Voluntary Councils (CVCs), can help all sorts of organisations in the Welsh voluntary sector, with learning and information as well as help with finding funding, safeguarding advice and more.


As well as new advice and guidance pages, there are also free online courses on a number of subjects, from developing a fundraising strategy to explaining the safeguarding responsibilities of your staff – all of which you’re free to complete at your own pace, anywhere, any time.

The Your Networks section of the website also lets you connect with people working all throughout the sector in Wales, and is a place where you can start conversations, ask questions and share ideas to help and learn from each other.

This all comes with improvements to the site and updates to content that make it easier to find the information you’re looking for.

Register for free today and you can stay informed, improve your knowledge and connect with others.



Third Sector Support Wales (TSSW) is a network of support organisations for the whole of the third sector in Wales. The network consists of the 19 local and regional support bodies across Wales, the County Voluntary Councils (CVCs) and the national support body, Wales Council for Voluntary Action (WCVA). TSSW is improving how it provides services digitally, and is committed to ensuring its digital platforms are inclusive and bi-lingual.

Other TSSW digital platforms include:

Funding Wales

Funding Wales is a free tool to help voluntary organisations find funding for their cause. You can search hundreds of grant and loan finance opportunities from local, national and international sources, from small grants to large capital projects.


infoengine is the directory of third sector services in Wales. infoengine highlights a wide variety of excellent voluntary and community services that are able to provide information and support so that you can make an informed choice.

Volunteering Wales

Volunteering Wales is a digital volunteering platform. The platform hosts hundreds of volunteering opportunities from across Wales in one place, making it easy to find and recruit volunteers – or start on your own volunteering journey.

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