"Hi everyone - I am working with the People's Orchestra in West Brom and wanted to give Midlands members and others interested head's up to our musical ensemble. The People's Orchestra is a conscientious home for grade 7 and above…"
Philanthropy is defined as the desire to promote the welfare of others.This group is initially looking at ethics, opportunities by sharing stories, skills and learning.Working with Cultivate we are running a series of roundtable sessions to start the philanthropy conversation. See More
"Hi Caroline, I helped Devin Foster with the NACUE connection when I was at NACUE. I wish the conference well! Hi Charlotte, you should check out Social Enterprise Yorkshire and Humber for event presentation ideas. They can also help with locations…"
"Hi, I am looking for a London-based Cooperative Social Enterprise consultant who could donate two hours next Thursday night in Brixton for a conversation around the development of a fundraising plan for a cooperative-based arts centre. Please…"
I wanted to let people know about the Tata Social Enterprise Conference on 3 and 4 December at Imperial College. Speakers include Nigel Kershaw, CEO of Big Issue Invest, Peter Holbrook of Social Enterprise UK, Rod…"
Sounds like a very welcome breakfast! I hope you will consider having one in Birmingham, Coventry, Leicester or Nottingham soon so we in the Midlands can attend a breakfast. As to your questions.
Voluntary Carbon Offsetting:…"
"just got this by e-mail: Do you have any webinars, whitepapers, or other social enterprise related material that you would like to share with the SEA community? Let us know! E-mail our Program Manager, Tara, at email@example.com."
"Does anyone know any organisations in major cities outside of London that are looking for a major gift and annual fund development director? I am finishing my thesis next week and not keen to go back to America (where I am certain to end up running…"
"My own experience as a social enterprise director does not reflect the comments by Geoff Mulgan or Margaret Exley. First of all, democratic management is a dream. Most social enterprises I have encountered are single partner or investment management…"
"I am offering three £20 Amazon gift certificates in a raffle to social entrepreneurs who take my short survey about business models and returns on investment. I will be drawing the raffle on July 12. If you consider yourself a social…"
The event sounds really interesting. You can post details on this main social network but also the Midlands one visit here
Happy to talk further about spreading the word of this event and opening up to FRSA. Email…"
"Hi, I am organizing a meetup for Social Entrepreneurs in Birmingham on July 9th, Saturday, at The Wellington (http://www.thewellingtonrealale.co.uk/ 37 Bennetts Hill B2 5SN) at 4 p.m. Topics to discuss will be collaboration and startups, the…"
I now manage my own fundraising training practice in the Midlands. I have seven years' progressive experience in fundraising. I raised $56,000 in annuities, bequests and outright gifts in my first full-time development job in 2009. In 2011 I raised £750,000 in contracts, grants and corporate sponsorship as commercial director of a social enterprise and partnership manager for a national enterprise education charity. I am currently working with an orchestra and moving on to a specialist further education college.
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