community support

Business Revolution - Red Ochre's Social Enterprise Bootcamp

Thu 22nd Sep - Fri 23rd Sep
Wed 9th Nov - Thu 10th Nov
Interest in a more ethical way to run businesses has started a revolution as socially-aware entrepreneurs have shown that mainstream business can have a social conscience and still be successful. The Social Enterprise Bootcamp will equip participants with the practical tools, techniques, models and mind-set to set up, or scale-up, their social enterprise.

The Essential Entrepreneur - Series of Mentoring & Masterclasses, London

Tue 13th Sep - Thu 8th Dec
A series of 1:1 bespoke support, mentoring and short, sharp workshops from social enterprise, Red Ochre. Masterclass sessions are 3 hours long covering topics as diverse as funding, business planning, influencing people, building and managing an effective team, and impact and evaluation.

CSV Make a Difference Day

Sat 29th Oct
CSV Make a Difference Day aims to to do just what it says. It's an opportunity for people to try out volunteering and for charities, community groups, companies, schools, universities and faith communities, to organise events, get creative, or sign up to things happening locally. Activities can be anything from creating a community community garden to teaching IT skills, renovating a homeless  shelter or knitting outfits for premature babies. CSV has free resources available, including an Action Pack, campaign resources, how-to-guides and lesson plans. Get these by registering your event email: or call Freephone 0800 284 533. 

The Centre, Newlyn

at the heart of the community, with the community at its heart

ASHA Centre

The ASHA Centre
ASHA Centre garden
The mission of the ASHA Centre is to promote peaceful co-operation between people of different religions and cultures.

Love Thy Neighbourhood: Creating sustainable Christ-like community work: Leicestershire

Wed 19th Oct - Fri 21st Oct
A residential event facilitated by Dave Andrews

The Future of Work in the Third Sector: Challenges & Opportunities: London

Thu 5th May
What skills must be developed to meet the needs of the third sector? How might current policies affect its workforce? How can we plan for changes in cross-sector working or environmental imperatives?  
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