The Accelerator Programme with CFNI and NICVA
The Accelerator programme is for organisations in the voluntary and community and social enterprise sector, their volunteers, board members and staff. The aim is to equip organisations to move to their next stage of development and to strengthen them to thrive within the current environment. The programme focuses on the knowledge and skills needed to be well governed and compliant, as well as on how to improve how they fundraise and be innovative in their approach.
The programme is going really well so far. Between September and December we held 7 webinars and over 200 people attended from over 100 organisations. If you missed these sessions you can find the recordings below.
We have the first dates added for 2021 and will add new dates to these on an ongoing basis. Click the links below to register and you will be sent a link to the online session.
Dates for 2021
|11 March 2021||11am- 12.30pm||Measuring your impact|
|25 March 2021||11am-12.30pm||Sharing Impact through brief and vivid stories|
Recordings of previous webinars
|24 September||11am - 12.30pm||Managing finances in uncertain times and the options for sustainability - RECORDING|
|30 September||11am - 12.30pm||Fundraising in this new context - RECORDING|
|7 October||11am - 12.30pm||Identifying and managing your risks - RECORDING|
|14 October||11am - 12.30pm||Success in funding applications RECORDING|
|15 October||11am - 12.30pm||Information governance and cyber security RECORDING|
|11 November||11am - 12.30pm||Developing corporate partnerships RECORDING|
|3 December||11am -12.30pm||Preparing to Tender RECORDING|
|20 January||10am-11.30am||Social media for fundraising RECORDING|
|27 January||11am-12.30pm||Starting a social enterprise RESOURCES|
|11 February||11am-12.30pm||Using LinkedIn to connect RECORDING|
|17 February||11am-12.30pm||Introduction to business planning RECORDING|
|25 February||11am-12.30pm||Digital Fundraising RECORDING|
This is a great opportunity to leverage learning and good practice in support of a more resilient and sustainable voluntary sector. At the Foundation we're delighted to be working with NICVA and DfC to provide this opportunity at such a key time"
Siofra Healy, Director of Philanthropy CFNI
Following a turbulent 6 months we are really pleased to work with CFNI and DfC to begin our recovery plan for the future by focusing support on the key areas that make a real difference in developing and supporting organisations.
Una McKernan, Deputy Chief Executive NICVA
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