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Did you know Support Staffordshire provide payroll services?

Are you aware that from April 2019 all Payroll, irrelevant of how many employees you have, must now be calculated and submitted using a Tax Digital payroll system?

Tax Digital is a key part of the government’s plans to make it easier for organisations to get their tax right and to keep their business affairs up to date.

Support Staffordshire can provide a full and confidential payroll service to suit all needs.   Whether you employ 1 person or 50 members of staff we can help to ease the burden and pressures of dealing with HMRC.

NEW! 1-2-1 volunteer advice via Zoom

Support Staffordshire in Tamworth is rolling out a new 1-2-1 volunteering advice service via zoom during lockdown. This is intended for people who struggle on the phone or who are more comfortable speaking face to face and who feel they could do with extra support when considering volunteering options. 

A typical session will last 30-60 minutes and will cover:

Support Staffordshire wins Award for being the beating heart of the local community

Support Staffordshire, which supports a membership of more than 1000 voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) organisations across Staffordshire won the 2020 NAVCA Heart of the Community Award for being the beating heart of the local VCS and wider economy.

NAVCA is the national membership body for local third sector support and development organisations in England and alongside their members, they are part of the movement for local social action.

Our E-Bulletin is Changing in 2021

Our monthly newsletter contains a range of information from news and jobs to funding and training and often very lengthy, so as of January we will be splitting the bulletin.

On 5th of the month you will receive an INFORMATION bulletin featuring: 

  • The Chief's Blog,
  • Countywide and Local news
  • Events and Forums
  • Jobs

On the 25th of the month you will receive a SERVICES bulletin featuring:

The passing of Peter Grocott

Support Staffordshire has recently lost one of its brilliant band of volunteers.

Peter died at Royal Stoke Hospital on Monday 7th December. He had been a volunteer Connector in Newcastle-under-Lyme for several years and a long-term active community champion in the area, including with Red Street Community Centre and in local football.

He was a generous, kind-hearted man, always ready to help others and will be very sadly missed. Our thoughts go to his son, David and the rest of the family.

Photo: Peter on the left.



Good Neighbour Scheme

Good Neighbour Schemes are set up in local communities and are groups with a bank of volunteers who want to help their neighbours and other local people on a regular or occasional basis.  The people who need support may include those who are elderly, infirm, disabled or anyone who is isolated for a whole variety of reasons.