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Charity Meetup - Celebrating Success and Failure - Mon 27 Nov 2017

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JustGiving

Blue Fin Building

110 Southwark Street

London

SE1 0TA

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I would like to invite you to the eleventh Charity Meetup event, kindly hosted by JustGiving.

Topic: Celebrating Success and Failure

This event will be a chance to reflect on 2017, to consider how we can each gain skills to celebrate wins, no matter how small and encourage a culture of innovation by learning from failure and not shying away from it.

Schedule:

5.30 - Arrivals

6.00 - Welcome and Introductions

6.10 - Failure swap shop (15 mins)

6.25 - Talk from Jamie at JustGiving on how they are using tech to encourage celebration and increase donations and how their culture embraces failure. (20 mins)

6.45 - Break (15 mins)

7.00 - Celebration grid tool (20 mins)

7.30 - Panel Discussion (30 mins)

8.00 - Open Networking

8.30 - End - After party at The Table Cafe

Panel Discussion

Chaired by Kirsty Marrins - Digital Communications freelancer helping charities, businesses or individuals with all their digital needs. Kirsty is a Third Sector columnist, a trustee of Small Charities Coalition and also manages the Third Sector PR & Comms Network on Facebook, which is a supportive group for sector learning and development.

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Kristina Barrick - Digital Innovation Manager at Breast Cancer Care

Kristina is currently at Breast Cancer Care leading on BECCA; a new digital service to support women in the post-treatment phase of primary breast cancer. It has seen positive impact in beta testing and will develop to use machine learning and artificial intelligence to better suit the needs of its users.

In creating digital services and tools Kristina is a strong advocate in the sector for human-centred design and an agile & lean approach. She previously worked at the Stroke Association where she lead on the development and roll-out of ‘My Stroke Guide’ – a highly accessible digital service for stroke survivors.


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Emily Swords - Chief Executive at The Theodora Children's Charity

Emily is the Chief Executive at the Theodora Children’s Charity whose Giggle Doctors visit children in hospitals, hospices and specialist care centres across England. She joined Theodora as the Programme Manager, being responsible for developing and maintaining strong relationships with hospitals and the performers as well as managing all of the logistics of the visits. Emily has spent over fifteen years in the voluntary sector where her roles have included advising philanthropists and helping grant-making trusts develop their giving strategies. Emily moved into major donor fundraising in 2009 where she raised significant sums for a range of causes including cancer, homelessness and medical research.

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Jeremy Jeffs - Director Magneto Films

Jeremy Jeffs is a partner at Magneto Films, a video production company that specialises in working with charities. Before co-founding Magneto he worked in broadcast TV making many critically acclaimed documentaries for BBC, Channel 4 and National Geographic.


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Annie McDowall CEO Share Community and Coach at Beanstalk Consulting

I have been working in the voluntary sector for over 25 years, developing and growing services, projects and people. I’m CEO of Share Community, a charity based in SW London that offers accredited learning programmes and pathways to social inclusion to disabled people, primarily those with learning disabilities and/or autism. We also run two social enterprises that provide real work experience. Prior to working at Share, I was the Director of Family Services for the National Deaf Children’s Society. I qualified as an executive coach some years ago, and as well as coaching internally at Share, I run Beanstalk Coaching and Consulting, specialising in coaching and facilitating in the voluntary sector. My other claim to fame is being author of the first murder mystery (in the UK at least) set in the voluntary sector! I love working with transformation, and am inspired by Henry Stewart’s Happy Organisation model.

Who will you meet at the Charity Meetup?

A diverse network of connections is essential for both people and organisations in the non-profit sector. The purpose of the Charity Meetup is to help foster and grow these connections.

The Charity Meetup is a friendly event full of skills sharing, networking and fun, and all are welcome. The event was created by Dawn Newton, after noticing that there were lots of events but nothing which supported participants to network in a practical way through facilitated activities. Read about our past events and register to receive updates.

Where?

Host: JustGiving

Nearest tube: Southwark

After party: The Table Cafe (across the road)

FAQs

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

Speak to organiser Dawn Newton dawn@morellomarketing.com

What's the refund policy?

Refunds can be requested with at least 24hrs of the event start date.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No, you will be on the sign in sheet which you will be ticked off on upon arrival.

Photos by: Marcus Jamieson-Pond
www.jampondphotography.com

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