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Social Investment - The key to future charity funding....?

With the recent reductions in grants and the greater level of competition for funding, set against a backdrop of growing public disillusionment, how will the sector evolve to maintain its impact and the scope and scale of its work? This is where social investment may have a role to play....

This is a blatant plug for the latest in our occasional series of ProBono Evening Workshops, aimed at raising knowledge, and encouraging debate, amongst members who are involved in, or interested in, undertaking ProBono work for our charity clients. Indeed, you are welcome to bring guests, particularly from charities with whom you are working, or prospective members.  Our next event will take place  on Thursday 27th October at 6pm at Cass Business School, 106 Bunhill Row, London EC1Y 8TZ.

The evening event will be led by Mark Salway — WCoMC Freeman and Director of Social Finance at Cass CCE — tapping into his experience establishing social investment programmes with Care International, Barclays, Allianz, GSK and Unilever “With the recent reductions in grants and the greater level of competition for funding, set against a backdrop of growing public disillusionment, how will the sector evolve to maintain its impact and the scope and scale of its work? This is where social investment may have a role to play.”

The Company has supported Cass CCE in its research work on Social Investment over the past couple of years and this is your chance to:

•           Learn about the debate and get a preview of Mark’s Social Investment Symposium Report

•           Join the debate about how Social Investment might change the Sector’s landscape

•           Discuss how we can help to build awareness of social investment via our ProBono work with Charities

As usual there will be drinks available to welcome you and a buffet and networking at the close. Please bring £25 cash to cover the costs incurred and email Steve Cant, by Sunday 23rd October, to confirm you are coming and to ensure sufficient food and drink is provided.  We hope to see you there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Liveryman Steve Cant