The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) works to support small charities (those with an income under £1.5 million) to be as effective as sustainable as possible. They do this by providing a broad training and support programme with free and subsidised activities.
Two of their upcoming events have been funded by the Trust and are open to any small charity with subsidised places available.
Annual Skills Conference in London
Small charities will be able to access a range of expert speakers on 1st March in a variety of topics to build essential back office skills in HR, Finance, Marketing, Strategy, Governance, Policy and Law. Just a few of the topics on offer include: GDPR, Budgeting, Effective Leadership, Impact Measurement, Developing a Communications Strategy and Great Content & Storytelling.
You are able to book 4 sessions on the day directly on the FSI Website
Small Charity Training in London
The FSI is delivering a three-day training event in London on February 20th -22nd offering small and local charities and community groups full and half day courses and workshops on key fundraising, operational and governance skills. A sampling of the training courses on offer includes:
- Supporting and Managing volunteers
- Measuring and Demonstrating your Impact
- GDPR Essentials
- Preparing Major Grant Applications and Tenders Successfully
- Fundraising from Trusts and Foundations
You can book your places directly through the FSI website