Community Impact Bucks - May-June Workshops

  |  Published: Apr 30th 2015
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May / June 2015

Community Impact Bucks are offering a number of workshops, events and information sessions to organisations within the voluntary and community sector. 

With limited spaces available, it is recommended you register to guarantee a reservation. Please see the links below for more information on each event.

May 2015

19 May Invest in your Volunteers - High Wycombe 
Do you supervise, manage or coordinate volunteers? Come along to gain some tools and think about things that could help you...

20 May Introducing...The Cloud Marketing Toolkit for small Charities - Workshop  (Sold out - add to waitlist)
All organisations can benefit from 21st century IT applications to improve efficiency; the challenge to small charities is...

21 May - Volunteering Advice Surgery - Amersham 
Free Volunteering Advice Surgeries are being offered by Community Impact Bucks to voluntary and community groups in Buckinghamshire...

21 May - Funding Advice Surgery - Amersham 
Free funding advice surgeries are being hosted at various venues around the County by Community Impact Bucks and the Buckinghamshire...

June 2015

2 June - Volunteering with Vulnerable Adults - Awareness Training - Aylesbury 
Do your volunteers engage with older and vulnerable adults in their role? If so, we have developed a free training workshop...

11 June Introducing...The Cloud Marketing Toolkit for small Charities - Workshop  (Sold out - add to waitlist)
All organisations can benefit from 21st century IT applications to improve efficiency; the challenge to small charities is...

24 Jun - Volunteering with Vulnerable Adults - Awareness Training - Bourne End 
Do your volunteers engage with older and vulnerable adults in their role? If so, we have developed a free training workshop...

If you would like more information on any of the listed events, please call 01844 348820 or jenny@communityimpactbucks.org.uk

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