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Charity Group Event - Politics in charity

Non-Member Price £0.00 excl. VAT

Places available: 8
Date27 March 2013
Time08:30 - 10:00
LocationMHP Communications, 60 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 7RT
 

Overview

Charity Group Event

Description

 

The PRCA Charity/Not for Profit group would like to invite you to their next event. It will be a breakfast meeting and we’ll be providing refreshments. The format is slightly different this time. Based on feedback from the suggestions slips we circulated, we’re focusing on the theme of ‘Politics in charity’.

We'll be looking at the challenges and opportunities which face charities with a campaigning platform versus charities who focus on providing a service, and prefer to remain apolitical. We’ll be joined by a few non-member guests with an interest in this topic, but rather than having a formal slot for external speakers, we want to have a discussion involving everyone. To help stimulate a bit of creativity we’ll be doing a little exercise working in teams…you’ll have to come along on 27th to find out more!

Also in the spirit of encouraging us all to get to know each other and share relevant expertise, Mario and I are planning a speed networking event later in the year, so for those of you who can’t come on 27 there will be another opportunity to meet up soon.

If you would like to attend please email Bridget Hargreave.

 



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