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Trustee Essentials – Giving Trustees the knowledge they need (session one)

Press coverage continues to shine a light on charities, their culture and the central role of their Trustees. With the introduction of the Charity Governance, Fundraising, Ethical and Digital Codes, legal changes such as the automatic disqualification rules and the focus on charities’ accountability, the need for Trustees to keep themselves updated on their responsibilities has never been more important. Our Trustee Essentials course is in two parts.

17 September, 2019 - 09:30 to 13:00
Crowe UK, The Lexicon, Mount St, Manchester M2 5NT
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Trustee Essentials – Giving Trustees the knowledge they need (session one)

Press coverage continues to shine a light on charities, their culture and the central role of their Trustees. With the introduction of the Charity Governance, Fundraising, Ethical and Digital Codes, legal changes such as the automatic disqualification rules and the focus on charities’ accountability, the need for Trustees to keep themselves updated on their responsibilities has never been more important. Our Trustee Essentials course is in two parts.

9 April, 2019 - 09:30 to 13:00
Crowe UK, The Lexicon, Mount St, Manchester M2 5NT
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Free Fundraising Training for LGBT+ Community Groups

Thanks to support from the National Lottery Community Fund, the LGBT Consortium is offering free fundraising training days for LGBT+ groups.

The day will be tailored to the needs of participants, but may include:
• Becoming funding ready
• Choosing the best types of fundraising for your group
• Writing a quick and easy fundraising strategy
• What funders and donors want to know
• Grant opportunities
• Bid-writing
• Corporate support
• Digital (online) fundraising
• Individual donors

5 April, 2019 - 10:00 to 16:00
LGBT Foundation offices, 5 Richmond St, Manchester, M1 3HF

The Rob Ferguson Fund

15 Mar 2019 - 11:22 by michelle.foster

The Rob Ferguson fund is a programme that offers funds to individuals and groups working in MSV’s communities and neighbourhoods. This fund offers cash and direct support to initiatives that improve people's lives and the places where they live. All you need is a great idea that connects direct to Mosscare St Vincent’s customers: Mosscare St Vincent's

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Paul Hamlyn Foundation – Act for Change Fund

15 Mar 2019 - 11:18 by michelle.foster

Act for Change Fund: young people leading social action is a £3.6 million partnership for organisations supporting young people working for change. The Fund provides resources for young people to challenge social injustice, find ways of overcoming inequality and give voice to issues they are experiencing. Paul Hamlyn Foundation

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Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Entrepreneurs

15 Mar 2019 - 11:17 by michelle.foster

For 25 years the Deutsche Bank Awards for Creative Entrepreneurs has helped creatives bring their ideas to life. In 2019, the bank is working with MeWe360 to find the best young talent wanting to drive positive social impact through their creative enterprise. The Deutsche Bank Made for Good

The programme aims to enable and celebrate creative entrepreneurship for social good led by 18-30-year olds in the UK today.

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MRSN Shared Routes Project launch event

26 March, 2019 - 12:30 to 14:00

Manchester Refugee Support Network (MRSN) invites you to the launch event for their Shared Routes Project.

This event will provide an opportunity to refugees, asylum seekers or people of migrant background to get a better understanding about MRSN’s new community development project, Shared Routes Project. It will be running from 2019-2022 and is funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.

Shared Routes project aims at training both people who are part of refugee community organisations and individuals who want to become more engaged in community work.

RADEQUAL Community Network - 26 March

26 March, 2019 - 18:00 to 20:00

The next RADEQUAL Community Network will focus on far right extremism, the recruitment techniques used, recognising symbols and developing counter narratives. The session will be facilitated by Nigel Bromage who is also a former extreme far right activist.

For further information about Nigel and his training, mentoring and workshops, visit: https://smallstepsconsultants.com/

Tea and coffee will be provided and there is free parking available on site.

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