Hartlepower Development Team are the recently established voluntary & community sector support agency – Every community and voluntary sector group in the town can now benefit from free advice & assistance – such as:
· Finding funding – Many groups ask: What grant givers are there who might be interested in funding our activities?
· Writing funding bids – How do I go about writing a bid that stands a good chance of success?
· Project planning – How can I think ahead about where we would like our organisation to be in 5 years time?
· Legal structures – Should we become a charity, a Community Interest Company? How important is the legal structure we adopt?
Development Officers Juli Simons and Julian Penton – are keen to hear from any Hartlepool organisation that might benefit from some help in the areas listed above.
Based in the Energy Hub, next to The Causeway pub at 81, Stranton TS24 7QT, there’s free parking and always plenty of tea and coffee.
The team would be pleased to hear from you!
The recording of a recent talk from Helen Sanderson - founder of Wellbeing Teams, an innovative care agency - Blending digital leaps and self managing teams with genuine thought for the people being cared for.
Hosted (virtually) by The Wharton Trust and Hartlepower featuring presentations from: Stuart Macdonald - Associate director for the Centre for Local Economic Strategies (CLES) Frances Northrop - Associate Fellow (Local Economies) New Economics Foundation
Helen Johnson, Marketing Director of a multi Million Pounds Business has a career in marketing spanning more than 30 years and generously offered our networks some time for Small Charity Week 2020 to share her skills and expertise.
Filmed at the event at the Energy Hub "Commissioning in Complexity", a recording of the presentation by Carol Botten of the work of Dr. Toby Lowe - focusing on commissioning, positive learning cultures, human learning systems and self-organising teams.
A presentation by Hospital of God Grants Officer Lawrence Macnelly on funding available, changes and advice on what makes a good application