Catalyst organise a number of forums and meetings throughout the year to effectively keep the VCSE sector better connected, share ideas and good practice and work collaboratively. Below is a list of these forums and meetings:

  • Voice Forum
  • Senior Leaders Breakfast
  • VCSE Health & Wellbeing Forum
  • Stockton Funders Forum
  • Migration Partnership
  • Refugee & Asylum Seeker Forum
  • Children & Young People’s Forum
  • Stockton Food Power Network bi-monthly Forum

Catalyst’s representation in other strategic meetings

Catalyst sits on a number of Strategic meetings locally, regionally and nationally to represent the VCSE sector.

  • Infinity Financial Inclusion Partnership
  • Stockton Children & Young People’s Partnership
  • Stockton Youth Offending Service Board
  • Stockton Domestic Abuse Steering Group
  • Safer Stockton Partnership
  • Stockton Health & Wellbeing Board
  • Stockton Adults Health & Wellbeing Partnership
  • COVID-19 Local Outbreak Engagement Group
  • EES Partnership Board Meeting
  • Digital Steering Group
  • North Tees & Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust Outpatients Transformation Steering Group
  • Stockton Learning & Skills Governors Meeting
  • Corporate Parenting Board
  • Food Power Network
  • Alcohol Related Harm Reduction Steering Group
  • Healthwatch Stockton-on-Tees Board

  • Cleveland Police: Stockton Independent Advisory Group
  • Teeswide Safeguarding Adults Group (VCSE Rep)
  • TVVM LEADER Programme Local Action Group
  • Tees Valley Local Infrastructure Organisations
  • Mental Health Alliance
  • Tees Valley Club and Community Support Working Group
  • ICP Workforce Group
  • Cleveland Voluntary Emergency Liaison Group

  • North East Reference Meetings with Central Government
  • VONNE NE Funders Forum
  • NAVCA Strategic Conferences & events
  • NCVO events
  • VONNE NE LIO Meetings
  • Safer Culture NE Steering Group

Want more information?

If you would like more information about any of these forums and meetings please contact Catalyst on 01642 733906 or email