Engage Daily Update - 19 May
Support for Individuals
What is Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO), Thu 3 Jun 2021 at 10:00
This workshop will cover all the ins and outs of being a SCIO, including the pros and cons of SCIO status, how to register with OSCR, passing the charity test, the legal responsibilities of members and trustees, closing down a SCIO, and how to convert to a SCIO from another legal form.
Roles & Responsibilities of a Trustee Tickets, Thu 17 Jun 2021 at 10:00
This workshop will cover who a trustee is, what their general & specific legal duties are, & the overlap with company directors
Charity Trading Tickets, Thu 24 Jun 2021 at 10:00
This workshop will
describe what is meant by trading,
the different types of trading a charity can undertake,
and the use of trading subsidiaries.
Open University - Doing more with less: how charities can rethink, reprioritise and recover, post-COVID. 08 June 11am - 12pm
Recovery, Repair & Renewal: CCSE Annual Conference - The role of arts and culture in the future of urban places, Wednesday 9th June 2021
PVG Eligibility: How to determine the need for a PVG check , Tue 22 Jun 2021 at 10:00
This online session is designed to assist you in establishing when it is appropriate to apply for PVG.
Common Call Funding - Grants of between £5,000 and £12,500 are available to UK based Black-led organisations working in communities that have been disproportionately impacted by Covid-19
The Ubele Initiative has joined Social Investment Business's £12.5m Enterprise Development Programme as the Black and Minoritised Communities sector partner. Charities and social enterprises serving black and ethnic minority communities will now be able to apply for grants typically worth up to £30,000 along with support from the Black and Minoritised Communities Enterprise Development Programme which aims to build resilience in organisations and help them to develop their trading plans
The Hedley Foundation are inviting applications from small-to-mid-size registered charities helping to improve the quality of life of people in the UK, particularly those who are disadvantaged and vulnerable. The Foundation typically makes around 250 awards of up to £5,000 each year for initiatives which benefit the lives of young people, disabled people, elderly people, the terminally ill and otherwise disadvantaged people and their carers
The Wolfson Foundation - Grants of between £15,000 and £75,000 are available to charitable organisations which provide care and services for older people, particularly if they have a neurodegenerative condition or are isolated. The Wolfson Foundation will provide funding for new build, refurbishment or equipment projects which aim to provide increased access to services for new and existing users, improve the quality and range of services, and improve the financial stability of the organisation
The Wolfson Foundation - Charitable hospices and palliative care organisations in the UK which provide excellent care to patients and their families can apply for grants of between £15,000 and £125,000 towards the cost of capital projects. The Wolfson Foundation will award funding to new build, refurbishment or equipment projects which should provide increased access to services for new and existing users, improve the quality and range of services, and aim to improve the financial stability of the organisation