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SAVE THE DATE!! The next Leadership Forum takes place on 27th June from 10am at the Professional Development Centre. This quarter's meeting will consider the role of leaders in shaping how voluntary groups make the most of digital opportunities.

 

 

THCVS leadership forum will focus on how you can strengthen your organisation by being a digital leader using the advantages of digital tools to deal with a key issue for VCS: Funding.

Know more of the work these crowdfunding organisations are doing to support the VCS sector.  

The Good Exchange

Some of the biggest challenges faced by charities and community groups (Applicant Organisations) today are how to find out which organisations are giving grants, donations and match funding to good causes like theirs and managing the multiple application processes. The Good Exchange’s proactive matching technology offers the solution.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v68qpYudsMI

Spacehive

Spacehive helps people raise money for projects that bring civic or community spaces to life: everything from sprucing up a playground, to putting on a street party, or building a lido.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFdz_Rk_0t8

Social Value Exchange Portal by Firesouls

Every year government spends hundreds of billions of pounds on private sector suppliers. Under the Social Value Act, a proportion of that spend can be channelled to communities. Find out how to access these resources and make difference in your local area.

https://vimeo.com/179888506

The session will enable you to discuss the issues of digital leadership and look at different approaches to fundraising.

When
27th June, 2019 10:00 AM   through   12:00 PM
Location
Professional Development Centre (Rm 103)
229 Bethnal Green Road
E2 6AB
Contact
Phone: 02089808427
Email:
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