EVA provides services to local voluntary and community organisations in Enfield
EVA is a member of
National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA). NAVCA is an association for infrastructure organisations which give information, advice, support and training to other voluntary and community organisations.
National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)
Community Accountancy Network
EVA was established as a charity by local voluntary and community organisations in 1991, with core funding from London Borough of Enfield. EVA supports, promotes and develops local voluntary and community action to provide a broad range of services to Enfield’s residents. EVA was registered as a company limited by guarantee in 1999.
EVA's charitable objectives
1. To identify the needs of local voluntary organisations and to help them meet those needs by providing information and support.
2. To facilitate liaison and collaboration within the voluntary sector and between the voluntary, public and private sectors.
3. To play a strategic role in strengthening the participation of the voluntary sector.
4. To help voluntary organisations to recruit, train and retain suitable volunteers.
5. To administer funding streams for the benefit of local voluntary and community organisations.
Services provided by local voluntary, community and charitable groups
Local services for residents with diverse needs which are provided by voluntary, community and charitable groups include social care, health, arts, sports, youth work, older people, environmental, housing and homelessness, tenants and residents associations, disabilities, mental health, addiction, volunteering opportunities, employment, social exclusion, equalities issues, and much more.
The voluntary, community and charitable sector brings together people from diverse communities and cultural backgrounds of all ages who share a determination to improve and develop the whole community through collective endeavour. EVA is proud to support these people and organisations who strive for excellence to make a difference in Enfield.
EVA and the organisations it supports are volunteer-led by members of the community who give their time and energy to make life better for Enfield and its people. Trustees of voluntary and community organisations (including EVA’s trustees and board of directors) are not paid. Some organisations employ paid staff, some services are provided entirely by volunteers.
EVA has been commissioned by the London Borough of Enfield to continue to provide services from July 2013 - September 2016.
EVA is funded to deliver additional projects by other Trusts and Funders
EVA is based at
Community House, 311 Fore Street, Edmonton N9 0PZ.