An evening networking session to check you have the important things in hand and find out how others are managing
The Charity Commission reminds trustees of their legal duty to:
- act in the interests of their charity and its beneficiaries
- protect and safeguard the assets of their charity
- act with reasonable care and skill.
You may have to have furloughed staff. You may be rushing to meet new demand. You may be looking at new online ways to deliver services. You may be worried about where the money you need will come from.
We are hosting an online networking meeting for trustees, this is an opportunity to share knowledge and skills in this challenging environment and to get some advice and support from CCVS staff.
We have limited the numbers to 10 to allow you to have time for your questions and thoughts.
As a by-product of our work with groups we are able to feedback to local authorities and funders the kinds of challenges that voluntary sector organisations are currently facing. This helps them to think about what kind of support they need to be offering. We will not share specific organisations information or case studies unless you are happy to.
If you have specific queries or topics you would like to raise please send them to email@example.com. We will be sending joining instructions after you register.
Click here to book your place.