12th September 2019
Location: University of Edinburgh (EH16 5AR)
18th September 2019
Location: Mercers' Hall, Ironmonger Lane (EC2V 8HE)
26th September 2019
Location: The Spa Hotel (TN4 8XJ)
3rd October 2019
Location: St George’s Centre
8th October 2019
Location: Meadow Suite, Whiteknights Campus (RG6 6UR)
16th October 2019
Location: YMCA Derbyshire (DE24 8UT)
17th October 2019
Location: St Thomas Centre, GMCVO (M12 6FZ)
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Road to Growth Events
Charity Bank is inviting trustees, directors, CEOs and managers of charities, social enterprises and community organisations to attend a series of free regional events in September and October.
The Road to Growth events will last half a day and include a series of panel discussions with leading social sector experts.
NCVO will present an update on the state of the sector and then sector specialists will engage with the audience in unpicking some of the challenges and opportunities that exist.
The issues that matter
Panelists will share research and insights on the state of the sector, how political and Brexit uncertainty are impacting the sector, examples of how charities and social enterprises are responding, as well as the latest on funding, regulation, technology and governance.
Access and the National Lottery Community Fund will give an overview of the funding environment and details on some of the latest funding and grants available to help social sector organisations grow, improve their sustainability and make a bigger difference.
Attendees will gain practical insight and guidance to help their organisations survive and thrive in a changing world.
About Charity Bank
Charity Bank is the loans and savings bank for charities, social enterprises and people who want to make the world a better place. It uses its savers’ money to provide much needed loans to UK organisations working to drive positive social change – bringing benefits for people, communities and the environment.
Since 2002, Charity Bank has made 978 loans totalling over £270m to housing, education, social care, community and other social purpose organisations. Charity Bank is owned by social purpose organisations and aims to use its expertise, commitment and flexible approach to lending, to help charities and social enterprises get the support and funding they need.