The Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) Foundation Updates
Small Charity IT Day is back!
Following the success of the previous two year’s events, our partner Qlic is once again hosting Small Charity IT Day on 16th November 2022. It is a day dedicated to providing advice and guidance to help small charities along their IT journey, giving you the latest information and tips on lots of IT topics such as cyber security, hybrid working, digital transformation, cloud backup, website management, etc. They have some amazing guest speakers joining from Datto, Datakind and National Cyber Security Centre just to name a few, so this is an event that cannot be missed if you are a small charity! Qlic is offering 100 attendees £15 Just Eat e-vouchers, as well as hosting a live prize draw at the end of the day where one lucky attendee will win their exclusive tech bundle! Click here to register.
Free webinar: Navigating the storm
As the UK heads for choppy waters, how can positive and effective risk management help the charity sector steer a way through? Join us for a Free lunchtime webinar on the 25th November with our valued partner Ansvar to look at the key risks facing the charity sector and how an Enterprise Risk Management approach can help to manage existing risks and prepare for emerging ones to strengthen organisational resilience in a volatile risk landscape. Click here to register.
UK Charity Week 2022
UK Charity Week (or #UKCharityWeek) is an annual charity campaign designed to allow the people of the United Kingdom to place awareness and fundraising for charities high on the national agenda, and at a time of the year when people are statistically at their most giving. This year event will run from the 5th to 9th December. See here for more ways to get involved in the week.
UK Fund for Women and Girls
There are just three weeks left to apply for a grant of up to £7,000, which supports campaigning and influencing work that enables women and girls to use their voice to achieve change. With the rising cost of living and global pandemic worsening inequalities and threatening to push back women’s and girls’ rights, we need collective action now more than ever. Click here for more information and how to apply. They are also hosting a ‘How to Apply’ webinar on 25th October to help applicants develop their video applications.