The Small Charities Forum

EXCITING NEWS  -  The first meeting of the year is being held on Wednesday 20 October, 2pm-4pm!
To book your place please visit:  

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/blcf-small-charities-forum-plans-for-the-future-tickets-171235649437
 
This is a face to face event which will be held at Capability House, Wrest Park.
Please note places are limited at this forum, therefore initially we ask that only 1 representative per organisation should attend.
A reminder that this event is for organisations with an income of up to £250K a year. If you would like to attend but your organisation has an income over £250K, please contact francesca.johnstone@blcf.org.uk or 01525 306690.



The Small Charities forum is part of Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundations developing Grants+ work, which was launched at the end of 2017.

The forum was established to help small grassroots groups build partnerships, network and enable peer support, as well as giving access to free training and workshops. One of the main aims of the forum is also to help upskill and develop organisations and their team, who may have limited access to training and funds, to ensure future sustainability.

The forum is specifically targeted to those groups with an income of under £250,000, with priority given to those very small organisations.

We work with a number of key support organisations to deliver quality workshops and sessions to various not-for-profit groups, past topics have included;

 
  • Social Media & building a digital marketing plan (Google Digital)
  • Fundraising
  • Small Charities Coalition
  • Volunteers (how to recruit and retain)
  • Applying for funding (Arts Council)
  • Financial Management
  • Impact and Evaluation
 

We hold 4 events each year, dependent upon venue availability and staff capacity. Forums are usually operated on a free basis for those attending or are heavily subsidised.

To find out more please call us on: 01525 306 690
 

Interested in joining the Forum?

To join our email list which notifies groups when forums are taking place, email: administrator@blcf.org.uk