Legal Options When Setting up a Not-for-profit Group
Are you considering starting up a not-for-profit
organisation? Come and join Ealing CVS in this interactive session which will
be an introduction to the most important things you need to think about and
plan when setting up a new organisation. This workshop is a great opportunity
for you to meet others going through the same process as you and learn more
about what is involved in setting up a non-profit organisation.
This workshop is suitable for people who wish to set up
a not-for-profit (eg. community group, a charity or a social enterprise)
This session will aim to help attendees to:
Identify the best legal structure for their needs
Understand how to create a constituted organisation
Understand the registration process with the Charity Commission
The session is delivered by Iain Elliott, Funding &
Group Development Officer. For any queries please email email@example.com.
For Hounslow Groups Click here to Register
For Ealing Groups Click here to Register
Trustee Roles & Responsibilities
This free session is aimed at anyone who is considering
becoming a Trustee for a charity or community group or new Trustees who would
like to learn more. This session will provide an overview of the roles and
responsibilities of a trustee of a small group or charity.
During this course you will have the opportunity to
understand the different ways that a trustee can contribute to the organisation
and the importance of the role in the governance of the charity.
Who's it for?
Anyone who is either new to being a trustee, thinking
of becoming a trustee or would like to further update their knowledge about
what trusteeship means.
Outcomes for Learners:
An overview of the responsibilities of a trustee
An opportunity to understand the different ways that a trustee can contribute to their organisation
The importance of their role in the governance of the organisation
An understanding of ways to develop their trustee board
For more information contact Iain Elliott, Funding and
Group Development Officer firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Hounslow Groups Register here
For Ealing Groups Register here
Meet the funder -Jack Petchey Foundation
The Jack Petchey Foundation is eager to help young
people take advantage of opportunities and to play a full part in society. To
this end, the Jack Petchey Foundation has given over £118 million in grants
since it was established in 1999.
This session will provide information on the help,
support and development offered. Ultimately helping your young people go even
further by becoming part of the Jack Petchey Achievement Award Scheme, through
the annual funding of up to £3,600 to help recognise and reward achievements.
The Achievement Award scheme runs successfully in
nearly 2000 schools, colleges and clubs across London and Essex. The scheme
itself offers an excellent way to recognise the achievement of your young
people in a public and positive way and it also provides valuable additional
funding for your organisation.
Once signed up your organisations can take advantage of
our other programmes which include the Leaders Award, Small Grant Programme, and
The session will be delivered by Harriette Tillott,
grants officer at the Jack Petchey Foundation.
The session is open to both Ealing and Hounslow groups
For general support on funding please contact Iain
Elliott, funding and group development officer Iain@ealingcvs.org.uk
Click here to Register
to the above training programme, Achieve Training also provides customised
in-house training and support to organisations in Ealing. This is where we deliver training to your individual organisation (staff, volunteers or committee members) on a topic you choose and on your own premises or at a venue near to you
ACHIEVE has a team of highly
qualified, specialist trainers who are able develop bespoke training to meet
the specific needs of your organisation. We have successfully
delivered customised in-house training to Voluntary and
Community Groups, Housing Associations and Statutory Partners.
There is a charge for this service, depending on the type of in-house training you would like. But we keep charges modest and affordable for VCS groups of all sizes.
Popular In-House Training Topics include:
•Developing A Fundraising Strategy
•Roles and Responsibilities of Trustees
Out Organisational Risk Assessments
and Evaluation Skills
•Customer Care Skills
Impact of Your Services
•Monitoring Performance In Your
•IT Skills from Basic to Advanced
•Health and Safety, First Aid and Paediatric Aid
But these are just some areas. Our trainers can deliver in-house customised training on a range of other topics depending on your organisations individual needs.
The benefits of In-House training are:
•Flexibility training takes
place at a time and place convenient for you
•Cost Savings our customised training is delivered at rates affordable for VCS groups and lower than external trainers
•Specific Support we identify your specific
training needs and focus on what you want to achieve
Up Evaluation following the training we will give you a short evaluation report
Achieve can also
provides facilitators for:
•Team Building Days
•Away Days for Staff and Volunteers
•Business Planning Sessions
•Trustee Training Day
If you are interested in Customised In-House Training please contact us and we will be happy to
discuss your individual
requirements and give
you more detail
of what the training will cover and charging rates.
Please contact: Whitley St. Luce-Frederick via email@example.com / 020 8280