VS Group is a leading provider of Technology and Telecoms to the Charity and Voluntary Sector. At the core of VS Group’s mission is our desire to help charities – we typically save them 30% on their current spend.

We have worked with some of the largest names in the UK Charity Sector, such as MenCap, Citizens Advice Bureau and Mind, saving them over a million pounds.

Few other communications companies have the same understanding of the Third Sector as we do, which is at the heart of our processes and considerations.

Our work drives efficiencies and optimises running processes to save our charities time and money, which can be reinvested back into the good work that they do….and we’ve helped almost 200 charities and counting to do just that!


VS Group Charity Telecoms - Charities that we Work With - Lambeth Law Centre, Southwark Cathedral, Age UK, Bluebell Wood

VS Group Charity Telecoms - Charities that we work with - Mind, Action, Mencap, Citizens Advice, YMCA

“We were paying nearly £1,000 a month with our previous provider. We met with Kevin and he was able to reduce our technology spend, ensuring our monthly costs were driven down and crucially, that we receive a high level of service. When we switched to VS Group we experienced no downtime at all and our charity was able to provide a continuity of service.”

Tara Malcolm is office manager at Lambeth Law Centre

“By working with the VS Group team, we were able to reduce our telecoms spend, and in the process plough the savings back into the running our successful YMCA centre. From the installation, technicians being on site, through to dealing with senior VS team, the experience was a positive one.”

David Ruddiman at Huddersfield YMCA

“We found VS Group to be extremely helpful throughout the transfer process from our previous supplier. We experienced some difficulties with our previous provider when attempting to switch and VS Telecom helped us to resolve what could have been a very difficult and expensive situation and helped to ensure that we were not left facing large termination fees.”

Southwark Cathedral Spokesperson