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Engaging with Online Influencers and Fundraisers

Online Influencers and Fundraisers - training

Are you making the best use of your social media channels? Have you explored using social media for online fundraising? This training session will help understand the benefits of using social media to attract donations and new supporters to support your work for the community. The training will focus on engaging influencers on social media and recruiting people to become online fundraisers for your charity or community group.
Part one: Reaching New Audiences and Engaging Influencers Online

Part two: Engaging Online Fundraisers

The session will provide you with the following learning outcomes:

Understand the key concepts around social media.
How to identify key channels to engage new supporters and influencers online.
Communicate effectively with your supporters through social media.


Tell us about your premises needs

Hackney CVS are doing  a premises survey to help us understand your premise needs as local  Voluntary & Community Sector organisations.  Please do fill it in as we will ensure the results will be fed into the Voluntary & Community Sector strategy work we are doing with London Borough of Hackney,  and also where relevant,  into the integrated commissioning of health and social care plans. 

In addition, more immediately we will, where possible  from the results, match organisations with an interest in co-locating services or office space.

Please take the survey here https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VCSPremises or if it's not relevant to you please forward to the relevant person in your organisation or cascade to any VCS organisations you are in contact with. 

Also please note the Ethical Property foundation are running two free workshops in London over the coming months

 ‘Property Management for non property managers‘

http://www.ethicalproperty.org.uk/content.aspx?CategoryID=275&ArticleID=554

Many Thanks


Comic Relief

Comic Relief funding

Comic Relief is giving core expenditure grants of between £1,000 and £10,000 to UK organisations with an annual income of up to £100,000. Core expenditure means anything that is invested in the organisation’s upkeep and running costs, and not anything spent on project delivery. Read more


Peabody Grants

Community Grants programme

The Peabody Community Grants programme exists to support projects and activities designed to improve the quality of life of Peabody residents. Grants of between £500 to £5,000 are available to support local activities that are responding to identified community need, bring communities together and promote wellbeing. Read more


Performance and Programme Manager

Connect Hackney are looking for an experienced manager to embed an appropriate performance management framework across the Connect Hackney programme, that will also apply to the projects that we commission.  Working in a small team of four, the Performance and Programme Manager will support the delivery of day-to-day operational functions and ensure that our performance management function continues to be linked to programme learning and development. Read more


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