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Mobile Anatomy (Mobile-First Video) with Facebook

This Masterclass will inspire and guide you to leverage the creative opportunities of mobile-first video for your charity.

In March 2021 Media Trust and CharityComms launched the Covid Comms survey to understand the communications challenges charities are currently facing one year on from the Covid-19 crisis. The results highlighted that the biggest comms challenge for charities right now is producing digital content including films, vlogs and infographics (53%).

19 May, 2021 - 10:00 to 11:15
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Cyber Resilience Training for Small Charities

The shifts in our daily routines and the huge increase in how and when we use technology and online services are a result of the Coronavirus disruption have brought cyber resilience concerns and worries to the forefront of many people’s minds.

We know that the rapid and often drastic changes over the last months have often come faster and more unexpected than many would have liked. In addition, it is no secret that, even with the best will in the world, the topic of cyber resilience can be overwhelming: even the best guidance can be difficult to make sense of in real life.

22 April, 2021 - 10:30 to 12:30

Small Charities Finances: Project Costs & Full Cost Recovery

Project costs are one of the keys to unlocking the strengths and weaknesses in our operating model.

Understanding our projects costs and the extent to which we achieve full cost recovery or not helps us plan effectively for the future. If you are wanting to go back to first principles and understand what projects costs are and how we calculate the full cost of our projects we would love you to join us for this session.

The session is led by Rachel Cooper and Liz Pepler, two experienced charity finance professionals with over 40 years combined experience in the sector.

30 April, 2021 - 10:00 to 11:30
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Macc Webinar: Introduction to Digital Fundraising

Fundraising is an essential part of every voluntary sector organisation’s daily activity.

As people’s activity shifts more and more into the digital world, fundraising activity needs to follow.

This new webinar, delivered by members of the capacity building team, will outline some basic principles of digital fundraising, linking it to digital marketing and how the two can work together to produce the best results for your organisation.

This is an introductory session and will introduce some tools which attendees can then explore further.

20 May, 2021 - 13:00 to 14:30
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Manchester Adult Education Service Community Learning Fund 2021-2022

9 Apr 2021 - 09:56 by michelle.foster

maes logoThe main purpose of the Community Learning Fund (CLF) is to reach disadvantaged communities and individuals, to enable them to participate in learning and to progress towards further learning and/or sustainable employment.

The aim of the fund is to build the skills levels of Manchester residents while complementing other available provision and providing progression routes to further learning, employment and volunteering.

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Lloyds Bank Foundation Core Funding

9 Apr 2021 - 09:29 by michelle.foster

lloyds bank foundation logoLloyds Bank Foundation fund small and local charities, investing in their work helping people overcome complex social issues across England and Wales. Lloyds Bank Foundation support charities with an annual income of £25,000 to £1 million with a proven track record of helping people on a journey of positive change through in-depth, holistic and person-centred support.

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The Greater Manchester Wellbeing Toolkit

9 Apr 2021 - 09:28 by michelle.foster

gm wellbeing tooklit imageThis toolkit has been developed by Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership for the benefit of our health and care workforce, including colleagues in the NHS and social care, as well as those in the voluntary sector, those delivering health and care services in the private sector and our unwaged workforce too.

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