Good Governance: a Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector (the Code) is just as it says, a code of governance…
Delivered by social enterprise Cause4 in partnership with the Clothworkers’ Company, the programme provides a summary of the key duties and responsibilities of a charity Trustee including:
• an overview of the charity sector and the importance of Trustees;
• governance and strategic planning;
• financial management; and
• an introduction to fundraising.
The day will culminate with a charity matching evening, where delegates will meet charities who are seeking new Trustees. There will also be the opportunity to network. The programme is aimed at individuals who wish to become a Trustee for the first time, together with existing Trustees who would like a refresher. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.
This a one-day accelerated course
The ‘Small Fundraisers’ next meeting is on the 19th October 2016 from 12 noon to 2pm at the Heart of Egremont Community Centre. There is no need to register, just turn up. Kirsty Wright from Claire House who is going to share her knowledge and experience of Legacy Fundraising, and give the group some skills to look at Legacy Fundraising for themselves.
Alexis Fairclough (Cancer Research) and Chris Done (Clatterbridge Cancer Care) will be coming on behalf of Legacy Liverpool to tell us about Legacy Liverpool and how it might be something for Wirral groups to look at joining.
Applications for our Social Tech Seed funding programme open on 14th March 2016
Social Tech Seed offers entrepreneurial organisations early-stage investment to develop innovative projects harnessing the power of the internet and digital technology to deliver significant social change. The programme supports projects tackling pressing social challenges such as the environment and sustainability, education, employment and healthcare.
Accredited PERFORMANCE COACHING SKILLS PROGRAMME October – November, 2016 Become an Accredited Performance Coach Harness the potential of others Enable…
Localgiving have a match funding opportunity and some online fundraising support to provide for groups in the North West. We are looking to support up to 75 groups in the North West with £500 in match funding, and 12 months’ free support raising funds online through Localgiving.