Economic Exchange Event – Future Strategies for Youth Support Organisations

economicexchangelogowebEconomic Exchange Event 

Youth Support Organisations –  Management Strategies for the Future

When: 2nd March – 10.30 am – 12 midday 

Online Webinar – Register Here 

During this event we will discussing digital tools, strategies and sources of funding to support youth organisations to manage, support and engage their stakeholders in the future.Paul Hamlyn

We will hearing about:

  • Strategies for engaging young people in volunteering
  • Strategies for supporting volunteers working with young people.
  • Tools to measure impact of youth work.
  • Digital tools and systems for managing your work and communicating with young people using Salesforce CRM and third party apps.
  • The Youth Fund managed by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and other sources of funding

Economic Exchange events are free monthly events set up to share specialist knowledge and insight of our team and selected partners, to support socially driven organisations to transform and improve the way they work. During the event our speakers will share tips related to management strategy, processes and tools, to support the sustainability and growth of the sector, and sources of funding to implement these changes.

Target Audience: Charities/Voluntary Organisations / Social Enterprises /Community Businesses

Our Speakers

Heather Black, Managing Director, Economic Change

Heather will provide a context and overview of the landscape, a summary of impact measurement strategies for young people and digital solutions that Economic Change are currently adopting with youth support clients to measure impact, engage, and manage data securely. She will also provide an overview of funding sources available.

Sarah Ludbrook, Senior Consultant, Economic Change

Sarah will be sharing top tips on how to effectively engage, communicate and manage 1) young people as volunteers and 2) adults as volunteers to support young people. Sarah has previously co-ordinated the management processes for the International Citizenship Service project involving 12 youth focussed charities and 14,000 young volunteers, and now works with a range of organisations at Economic Change to help improve their support and management of volunteers.

Ruth Pryce, Senior Grants Manager, Paul Hamlyn Foundation phf.org.uk

Ruth will be speaking about their Youth Fund and its focus on supporting the capacity and growth of youth organisations. She will run through their funding criteria and share tips on how to prepare your funding application.

Online Webinar – Register Here to Attend