Get the help you need to navigate these difficult times in the not-for-profit sector

We are holding a FREE connecting and information event on Thursday 12th October – doors open at 9:00 for a 9:30 start until approx. 11:30 am. It’s at DY1 Venue in the main hall and anyone who is involved with a not-for-profit from across Dudley borough is most welcome to attend. [please follow this link for more info and to book]

We hope this event will help you build the resources that you need and connect you with new people, to enhance the great work that you already do and look at new possibilities.

See what free support is available and learn how to connect with businesses.

If you know a small, medium or large group who may need some help, why not invite them along?

Eileen Fielding, Helena Norman and Martin Jones from the Dudley CVS team will be there along with Andy Mullaney. Martin is the Dudley CVS Funding Officer, who has years of expertise in sourcing funding and sits on the Heart of England Grants Panel. He’s going to talk about what funders are looking for and is happy to take questions.

Eileen can support you with all things volunteering and Helena is our communications genius!

Andy Mullaney worked for a large bank for many years and was Dudley’s Business Connector 2015/2016 supported by Business in the Community. He’s planning to run a short workshop giving tools and tips on how to engage effectively with businesses. In these challenging times, this could be a great opportunity for you to draw in skills and support from businesses, who wish to connect with local communities.

We’ll have the usual networking over a cuppa too of course.

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