Please note that this event is now fully subscribed. If you wish to register and have your name added to our reserve list, you are still welcome to do so. We will contact you in the event that suitable spaces become available.
This event is designed to provide practical assistance to anyone involved with managing and administering a charity, with valuable case studies and advice provided by people who have relevant experiences to share.
Presented in collaboration with Quartet Community Foundation (charity no: 1080418) and with the support of Triodos Bank, the event will also provide an opportunity to network and discuss these important issues with other charity trustees and administrators and subject experts.
On: Wednesday 6th September 2017
From: 4:00pm to 7:00pm
At: The Foundation, Lower Ground Floor, St George’s Road, Bristol BS1 5BE
(Junction of Deanery Road with St. George’s Road)
Sue Turner, CEO, Quartet Community Foundation
Cecile Gillard, Legal Manager, Charities and Civil Society, Burton Sweet
Sarah Moore, Director of Fundraising, Marketing and Communications, Avon Wildlife Trust
Naomi Miller, Development Director, Bristol Cathedral
Vicki Bowles, Head of Knowledge Management, Stone King LLP
4pm – 4.30pm: Networking and registration (tea/coffee available)
4.30pm: Welcome: Being part of positive change (Triodos)
Presentations, Q&A and discussion sessions
6.30pm – 7pm: Continuing the conversation and networking (light refreshments)
7pm: Event closes – thank you for being part of it!
The programme will include
Our panel will provide practical ideas and tips on how to prepare for the changes, supported by some ‘walk-through’ charity examples, in areas such as:
Data protection – in particular the GDPR changes (25 May 2018 is ‘GDPR live!’ day); what you need to do and when
Data security and breaches – protecting your charity
Personal privacy/choice issues – coping with individuals ‘right to choose’
Charity communications – especially how to keep them open and effective, as well as lawful and compliant!
Fundraising issues – how you can still make purposeful ‘asks’, plus ideas on how to deal with the now live ‘opt-out’ system (Fundraising Preference Service)
This will be a well attended event, and we would recommend you register now to avoid disappointment.
* PLEASE NOTE: a £35 + VAT charge will apply for non-attendance or for cancellations 48 hours or less from the event date. If you book then find you cannot attend, please notify us of a substitute attendee (without charge), or to permit us to invite a replacement to what is sure to be a popular event.
Register today for this informative and valuable event.
For more details, or if you need to notify us, having registered, that you are unable to attend the event, please speak to Karen Chelton on 0117 9142057 or email her at email@example.com.