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link up and learn newcastle 2012
12 June 2012 | Northumbria University, Newcastle
The Day Event
On Tuesday 12 June, the Small Charities Coalition along with a team of fantastic workshop leaders from IoF, Media Trust, Hempsons and Santander Foundation to name but a few, held a day of charity training and networking at Northumbria University, Newcastle.
The day was a great success with 90 guests in attendance, 12 workshops, 3 briefings and plenty of networking. We hope those of you who came enjoyed it as much as we did, your feedback is most welcome so please do fill out this evaluation form if you have not already done so.
Workshop and briefing materials
Click on the workshop titles below to download the slides and any additional materials.
How to Avoid the Bin - Alan Eagle, Santander Foundation
'Friend'Raising and Events - Kim Van Niekerk, Institute of Fundraising
Understanding the Duties of a Trustee - Catherine Rustomji, Hempsons
Gift Aid, Tax and VAT Presentation and Information Sheet - Detlev Anderson, Ryecroft Glenton
Fairytale Fundraising Plans - Kim Van Niekerk, Institute of Fundraising
Communications on a Shoestring - Alex Delanney, Media Trust
Managing the Charity: Managing the Risk - Catherine Rustomji, Hempsons
Let's Talk about Property - Ian Parker, Ethical Property Foundation
Governing Fundraising - Kim Van Niekerk, Institute of Fundraising
Business Planning Presentation and Template Business Plan - Brian Seaton, Big Soc Support
Planning for Technology could save you money! - Ian Goodman, Lasa
Newcastle City Council's approach to Grant Aid - Bryan Beverley, Newcastle City Council
Principles of Good Impact Reporting - Katherine Smithson, Charities Finance Group
The Good Governance Code for Small Organisations - Lindsay Driscoll, Code of Good Governance Steering Group
The Evening Event
On the evening of Monday 11 June, the Small Charities Coalition team joined a host of small charities, Bryan Beverley from the Newcastle City Council, and Alan Eagle of Santander Foundation for an evening of networking, drinks and nibbles. Images from the evening event will be up soon.
Photos: We've posted all the photos from the event on our Facebook page. Please feel free to use any of the photos (right click on the image, click copy and then paste into a word document or Paint) for your own websites or newsletters, and we would love to see your photos if you took any.
If your charity does NOT use Facebook or other social media, you really should consider it. It's a very powerful way to market your charity for free. For more information on using social media to gain exposure for your organisation, watch this Social Media Revolution video clip.
Any questions email John at email@example.com