Monthly Archives: February 2012

ESF funding: Another free training opportunity- 1st May at Saunderton near High Wycombe

Our colleagues at OCVA are running a free training session at the Clare Foundation on 1st May 2012 from 10 am – 1 pm for organisations interested in applying for ESF funding. The main focus of the European Social Fund Community … Continue reading

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How To Design a Non-Profit Website That Engages Donors and Volunteers – The Daily Egg

Some great advice from Stephanie Hamilton on how to design a website for your organisation which engages donors and volunteers, illustrated with some nice examples. How To Design a Non-Profit Website That Engages Donors and Volunteers

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The Buy Better Together Challenge: Community buying incentive

The new ‘Buy Better Together Challenge’ is designed to promote community buying models in the UK. Community buying involves groups of individuals combining their buying power to purchase goods or services together and get better deals from shops and other … Continue reading

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Sport England – Sportsmatch, match funding incentive

Sportsmatch is a programme delivered by Sport England that was set up to encourage the business sector to invest money in sport at the grass roots level. Sportsmatch acts as a match funding incentive by offering to double the pot … Continue reading

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KnowHowNonProfit: Social investment made simple

As groups look for new ways of attracting funding, a whole new area called ’social investment’ has grown up, using  phrases like social bond or philanthropic capital. KnowHowNonProfit (a part of the NCVO) in association with the Charities Aid Foundation … Continue reading

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Charities Act Review by the Cabinet Office: Have your say

The Cabinet Office is reviewing the Charities Act 2006, there are two online surveys that you can use to participate and give your opinions. One is for members of the public and the other is for charities. They also want … Continue reading

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Sustainable Routes: £1,000 toward reduction of staff commuting costs on the environment

Does your charity or social enterprise have a turnover over £75K and employ staff who commute to work? If so Sustainable Routes could offer up to £1,000 for items such as technology to enable home working, bike shelters etc. Sustainable Routes.

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