Third Sector Interface launches new approach to service delivery

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The Third Sector Interface (TSI) is changing the way it supports all types of third sector organisations, including charities, social enterprises and community groups.

Due to many people now finding information through digital means and the need for information and assistance to be accessible and consistent across the whole of Argyll and Bute, not just in the main towns, the organisation has launched a new website,

The website, reflecting the TSI’s new corporate identity, contains a self-serve area allowing third sector organisations to find links to a whole variety of locally-based and more national resources that can support their development needs, as well as useful templates to use to run their organisations.

The TSI will be growing and developing self-service over the coming months, with the site becoming a ‘one-stop shop’ for information that third sector organisations need to set up, govern and manage organisations – everything from how to start a social enterprise to raising funding from major donors.

The TSI can also now be contacted through a central freephone number – 0300 303 4141, available between the hours of 9am-4pm, Monday-Friday. Third sector organisations will be able to speak to members of the TSI support team who can answer more in-depth queries.

The team can also now be reached by emailing a central enquiry address –

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