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Charity Times Annual Conference:
Creating lasting change, in changing times 

The Waldorf Hilton, London
4 May 2017


The Charity Times Annual Conference returns in 2017, and takes place as the outlook for the sector is settling in some respects but heading toward unprecedented change and uncertainty in others. A lot is being made of the role of charities as Britain comes to terms with the public vote to leave the European Union, and the process of negotiating an exit. There is a role for the sector to play in bringing people together and healing divisions, but charities are also likely to face practical challenges around funding and legislative change. Regardless, securing funding remains an ongoing concern for many charities whether they rely on fundraising, contracting, grants, or a mixture of these. Overall governance remains in the spotlight after trustees bore the brunt of 2015’s controversies. Furthermore, the political shocks of Brexit and the US presidential election have flowed through to uncertainty in investment markets, creating challenges for charities with endowments.
This annual event covers these issues from a range of angles, seeking to offer practical solutions to problems sector leaders face in their roles. This one-day conference is free to attend for the chief executives/MDs, finance directors, fundraising directors, other key management and trustees of registered charities. Terms and conditions apply.


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Register to attend and stand a chance to win £150 worth of restaurant vouchers on the day of the conference

This event is FREE to attend for registered charities 

Spaces are limited so please apply early to avoid disappointment. Please register today to apply for your free place.


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