Suffolk ProHelp is a countywide network of businesses who provide professional and strategic support free of charge to voluntary and community groups. This shared time, passion and commitment helps create thriving, resilient and sustainable communities.
Suffolk ProHelp has been providing professional support and expertise to the voluntary sector since 2001. We have almost 40 member firms.
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We welcome new members. If you have a professional expertise or skill you would like to share with charities and community groups, do get in touch.
Suffolk Refugee Support
Suffolk Refugee Support were taking on additional space due to their expanding services. Suffolk ProHelp put together a team of professionals – architect, structural engineer, quantity surveyor – to provide the expertise to refurbish the space.
Emmaus needed to strengthen the social enterprise model by stimulating expansion securing additional premises to enable more vulnerable individuals to participate in work. With the legal support of Birketts the charity was able to secure two additional tenancies.
Jetty Lane is to be a new youth, community and arts centre for Woodbridge. Suffolk ProHelp have helped them benefit from the expertise of MHA Larking Gowen Chartered Accountants and Prettys Solicitors who have helped producing our first year accounts and negotiating a contract with funders.
“The fact that we now have considered and professional plans in place will help us immeasurably with applying for funding for various improvements; something we would have struggled to afford without this fantastic service. We are therefore indebted to Suffolk ProHelp and the people who offer their skills free of charge and will certainly be advising other organisations to use this portal to the benefit of all.”
“The Coddenham Centre is a new charity set up to run the community and sports hall for the village. Suffolk ProHelp has been invaluable in providing guidance and support. With timely accountancy advice from MHA Larking Gowen and expert guidance from architect Paul Weston and quantity surveyors Castons to help us optimise our facilties for the future. “