- LASA European Conference 2011 – Powering up the Third Sector
- Funding the Future – Important conference event
- The Young Achievers Trust – award nominations now open
- Greening the Third Sector – enter the Sustainable City Awards 2011/12:
- Compact Week
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Date: Tuesday 6 December 2011
Venue: The Royal National Hotel, Bedford Way, London WC1H 0DG
Community Links Bromley is pleased to announce an exciting partnership conference bringing together the latest thinking, practical tools and support to help you fund your future. Thirty-three free places have been set aside for Bromley Groups. At the event, you’ll hear from leading sector experts in funding, innovation and enterprise and be supported to put into practice what has inspired you to change.
Who should attend from your group?
- Anyone from voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations who is responsible for the organisation’s financial sustainability
What can you expect?
- To improve your funding knowledge and effectiveness
- Keynote speakers who will inspire thought and discussion
- Practical workshops offering advice and information from experts in the field
- Opportunities to network with colleagues from across South London
- Meet funders face to face
This conference is being organised by South London CVS Partnership and is funded by each of the six Councils for Voluntary Service (CVS) covering the boroughs of Bromley, Richmond, Kingston, Sutton, Merton, Croydon and. Click here to download the flyer with more information.
LASA European Conference 2011 - Powering up the Third Sector
Date: Monday 14 November 2011
Venue: IBM Centre, South Bank, London
LASA would like to invite charities to their autumn conference. Martha Lane Fox, Digital Champion at Race Online 2011, will be giving one of the keynote sessions, and there will be sessions by Stephen Leonard, Chief Executive of IBM UK and Ireland, Holly Ross, Executive Director of NTEN (the NonProfit Technology Network), and Rachel Beer, social media and fundraising expert and founder of Beautiful World and NFP Tweetup. To find out more follow this link to Powering up the Third Sectorback to top
The Young Achievers Trust is pleased to announce that the 2011 Young Achievers Awards are now open for nominations.
Through these Awards, the Young Achievers Trust celebrates and supports the outstanding contribution of young people working to make their communities a better place across the following four categories: arts, environment, community and sport.
If you know an exceptional young volunteer and would like to find out more about our Awards and to make a nomination directly through our website, please go to www.youngachieversawards.org.
Every year, the City of London Corporation runs the Sustainable City Awards in collaboration with a number of other partners. These awards are designed to highlight good practice in corporate social responsibility and sustainable development.
The City Bridge Trust assists one of the Livery Companies, the Worshipful Company of Patternmakers, with the award category entitled “Greening the Third Sector”. This category, specifically for voluntary and community groups across London, aims to reward organisations that have made significant improvements in their environmental practices by reducing waste, using energy and water more efficiently and cutting down on transport and resource use.
We very much hope that you will submit an application for this award. The application documentation is all online and can be found at www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/sca.back to top
This year's Compact Week is taking place between Monday 7 and Friday 11 November. Visit the website to access resources and find out how to get involved.