June 9, 2023
3SC manages contracts on behalf of voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations. The delivery of public services is a difficult and competitive marketplace, dominated by large commercial organisations that can lack the person-centred and inclusive approach to public services that the VCSE sector excels at delivering. 3SC gives these organisations a chance to compete for, and ultimately deliver, such contracts. We have built supply chains and worked with more than 550 different delivery organisations across 16 programmes in the welfare to work/employment, young people, criminal justice, and disabilities’ arenas. 3SC has supported and enabled the VCSE sector to access more than £62 million since its inception through our directly delivered contracts and Transforming Rehabilitation activities. We believe that the needs of people using public services, especially those who are hardest to reach, are best met by experienced, local, passionate and mission-driven organisations.
Greenwich Centre, 12 Lambarde Square, Greater London, SE10 9GB, United Kingdom
Work Tel. No.
0330 30 30 300
No. of Paid Staff
Does the organisation involve volunteers with experience of the criminal justice system?
Primary Field of Work
Custody or Community
Social Enterprise - non-profit
East | East Midlands | London | Inner London | Tower Hamlets | Wandsworth | Westminster | Outer London | South East | North East | North West | South West | Wales | West Midlands | Yorkshire and the Humber
Fields of Work
Advice & advocacy | Attitudes, thinking and behaviour | Case management | Collaboration and partnership working | Counselling | Disability | Education | Employment | Family support | Finance, benefits & debt | Holistic services | Housing & homelessness | Infrastructure | Lobbying & campaigning | Mental health | Mentoring & befriending | Sentence management | Parenting skills | Peer support | Personal development | Prison reform | Prisons | Probation reform | Relationships | Resettlement | Restorative justice | Suicide and self-harm | Through the gate | Training