The Future is Here event & CCVS AGM 2017
16 January 10 to 1:30
16-18 Arbury Court
Thanks for Coming
The presentations from today's event are available here
Karl Wilding's presentation on some of the opportunities and issues facing the sector. Here
Karl Wilding, Director of Public Policy and Volunteering NCVO
Karl leads NCVO's volunteering and public policy work. He speaks and writes widely on issues facing the voluntary sector, including public trust, the role of modern charity, and the future of giving and social action. He is an advisor to Charity Bank, a trustee of US voluntary organisation Creating the Future, and a trustee of St Albans Centre for Voluntary Service.
Juliet Snell's presentation on the challenges and opportunities facing CCVS. Here
Juliet founded the Cambridge based consultancy Taprootl in 2016. Juliet is a trained facilitator and trainer and has spent over 25 years working in the charitable sector, the NHS and for local authorities. She has first-hand experience of leading organisations through change, mentoring and coaching senior staff, supporting trustees, and evaluating and developing services. She is passionate about building the ability of teams to creatively and meaningfully listen to their communities.
The AGM presentation. Here
CCVS AGM 2017
The following documents are available to download.
CCVS 2017 AGM Agenda
Minutes of the 2016 CCVS AGM
2016 - 2017 Annual Report and Accounts
2016 - 2017 Annual review
CCVS 2017 AGM full report pack
We are looking for new trustees
We are looking for new trustees both from our membership and from the wider community. If you are interested then please have a look at the recruitment page here. Or drop Mark a line firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01223 464696.
The commitment is a few day time meetings a year (generally every other month) held at the CCVS offices in Cambridge. We can pay full expences and are keen to build the skills and diversity of the board.