Charity Marketing Peer Support Group
Wednesday 11 March 2020, 10am to 12noon
This bi-monthly event brings together individual marketers in local charities to support each other. In March our specialist speaker is going to educate us on how to get your charity found online, including accessing Google Grants.
Run by Charity Champion Jo Grubb, JG Creative
Developing Effective Boards for Challenging Times
Wednesday 18 March 2020, 9.30am to 2pm
The Storyhouse, Chester
A half day workshop and networking lunch for charity Chairs and Trustees, exploring ways in which you can develop excellence in your Board.
Run by Charity Champion Donna Okell and Champion Accountants
Professional Development and Coaching for Fundraisers
Wednesday 26 March 2020, 10am to 1pm
An enjoyable, monthly interactive session, for a small group of fundraisers who are committed to becoming the best they can be, through sharing their experiences, developing their skills, overcoming their limitations and transforming their fundraising.
Run by Charity Champion Julia Worthington
Wednesday 4 November 2020
Royal Exchange, Manchester
SOFII’s flagship event I Wish I’d Thought of That (aka IWITOT) is travelling to the north of England in 2020. A collection of superb speakers from across the voluntary sector in Northern England and Scotland will be given seven minutes each to share the ideas they wish they’d thought of at the Royal Exchange in Manchester.
If you’re a fundraiser working up North or in Scotland, please save the date now and if you have any further queries, would like to sponsor the event or want to participate please don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Charity Champions event
Thursday 8 November 2018
The Grosvenor, Chester
A unique event bringing inspiring speakers, knowledgeable third-sector professionals and not-for-profit leaders together to answer some of the burning questions that currently challenge your organisation.
Rachel Clacher is our key note speaker at this inaugural event. Having identified a need, Rachel developed the WeMindTheGap charity to work with disadvantaged young women who were lacking in aspiration and life opportunities. At a time when local authority funding is being cut, WeMindTheGap continues to access support from local authorities. Rachel will tell us how this happened and the challenges she faced along the way.
Please note this event is aimed at senior leaders and trustees or governors of not for profit organisations.
The content of the round table discussions will be at a strategic level and therefore relevant to the people within your organisation that make the strategic decisions