Sector Events for Leaders in 2014


Charity Times Awards 2014
Awards Gala Dinner and Ceremony,
22 October 2014, Lancaster London Hotel

OPEN FOR ENTRIES: Deadline: 15 May 2014

The Charity Times Awards reaches its fifteenth year in 2014 and this highly successful, popular, and growing annual gala event will be bigger and better than ever. The Charity Times Awards continue to be the pre-eminent celebration of best practice in the UK charity and not-for-profit sector.

The Charity Times Awards are FREE to enter and open to any UK-based registered charity, or international charity with registered UK offices (and commercial organisations in relevant categories).

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4th Annual Charity Times Investment Conference
16 October 2014, IoD Hub, London

This conference is FREE to attend for charities with £1.5million or more in investable assets. The Charity Times Investment Conference is back! This established industry event is a must attend for charity chief executives or financial directors of charities with £1.5million or more in investable assets.
The day pulls together leading investment managers focused on the sector to analyse the whole gamut of investment offerings available to charities and how charities can exploit investments to the full.



The ACEVO Gathering of Social Leaders: One Year to Go
7 May 2014, London

The Gathering of Social Leaders is ACEVO’s flagship spring event where we bring together the most influential public and political leaders with ACEVO members – charity and social enterprise chief executives – from across the UK.

This year’s event is entitled One Year to Go.

It takes place exactly one year before the General Election of 7 May 2015.

This day will be about putting the voluntary sector – and your concerns – at the top of the political agenda. This is the best and only opportunity to ask serious questions of the writers of the major political party manifestos, representatives from all three major parties, and the Minister and Shadow Minister for Civil Society.

It will be the best venue to influence, discuss and share ideas.


Nick Hurd MP, Minister for Civil Society, will lead a discussion on putting the Sector at the top of the political agenda.

Francis Maude MP, Minister for the Cabinet Office, will lead a discussion on public services reform and the Conservative manifesto.

Lisa Nandy MP, Shadow Minister for Civil Society, will lead a discussion about innovation and sustaining our sector’s future

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ACEVO Members - £40.00
Non-Members - £75.00


Evolve 2014: The annual event for the voluntary sector
16 June, the Brewery and Montcalm Hotel London

The annual event for the voluntary sector will see contributions from partner organisations, it is the largest conference of its kind, attracting everyone in the sector so that knowledge can be shared, learn from our collective experiences and build a stronger future together.

There will be debates and discussions on the biggest issues facing the sector.

World renowned speakers who will inspire and motivate

Tailored workshops run by the country’s leading experts

A host of fringe events run by experienced professionals will provide invaluable information for team leaders, managers and officers.

An extensive marketplace with 50 exhibition stands

The opportunity to interact, exchange and make the right connections with the largest audience of voluntary sector professionals under one roof.

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February-March 2014: Trustees & CEO Pay

Trustees came under the spotlight last year because of their reluctance to defend
the salaries of their chief executives. The sector has since offered trustees opportunities to learn from the experience. It is an opportunity they must take, argues Andrew Holt

December/January 2013-14: Impact Leadership

Tris Lumley takes the reader on an in-depth journey analysing impact
leadership, arguing that impact starts with leadership

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