2nd Jun 2020
As part of Small Charity Week 2020, the Community Foundation will be involved in a series of free online events available across the sector.
Beginning on Monday 15 June, the week aims to celebrate and raise awareness of the essential work of the UK’s smallest charities, organisations that make an invaluable contribution to the lives of millions of individuals, communities and causes across the globe.
Twenty organisations from across the North East’s Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprise (VCSE) sector are working in partnership to create Small Charity Week North East.
Kicking off with ‘I Love Small Charities Day’ on 15 June, the week will feature a host of free-to-attend virtual learning and networking events that small charities can take advantage of, and specialist, one-on-one advice will be available on a range of issues, from governance to fundraising.
You can find more details and a full event listing here.
The Community Foundation has announced the following events which are open to bookings now.
Tuesday 16 June
**More places added**
Back by popular demand, this interactive seminar hosted by Accenture offers another opportunity to learn how to get the most from Microsoft Teams for your organisation.
Wednesday 17 June 2020
Join Colette Harrison, Development Officer, Sector Support at Community Foundation in conversation with Accenture to find out more about their broad range of sector support opportunities they can offer your orgnaisation. The team from Accenture will provide some background on their Tech4Good, Volunteering and Fundraising teams.
Thursday 18 June
Hosted by Wrigleys Solicitors LLP and in partnership with the Community Foundation, the event will look at what charities should do before entering into new arrangements and will include: risk management; protection of the charities assets and maximising their use and; important contact terms.
Friday 19 June 2020
Join Colette Harrison for an informal question and answer session to find out more about our Trustee Match programme and first steps towards trusteeship. Topics for discussion may include: