Two virtual events taking place in September and October may be of interest to trustees and charity representatives in Wales. Both events are free to attend.
These events present excellent opportunities for trustees and relevant charity staff to update their knowledge about charity governance and hear from expert speakers as we move into the next phase of the coronavirus response.
Please share this information with your trustee boards and any staff who may be responsible for supporting the governance of charity.
Charity Commission Annual Public Meeting – 30 September
The Charity Commission will be holding its Annual Public Meeting online on Thursday 30th September 2021 at 2pm The Commission’s Chair, Ian Karet will introduce the event and highlight the important role charities have played responding to the pandemic.
The Commission’s Chief Executive, Dr Helen Stephenson will deliver a keynote address, providing insight into the Commission’s work. The speech will report on our delivery of support and services to charities and outline our priorities and plans as the country recovers from the pandemic.
The Chair will then host a Q&A session with Helen Stephenson and her executive team, taking questions from the public.
This virtual event is open to all members of the public and charity representatives.
If you wish to join the event, please sign up here and they will send you a link for the live broadcast closer to the date.
This virtual conference will consider the theme of ‘how charities can navigate through the inevitable “Certainty of Uncertainty” within their organisation.
They will joined by guest speaker Paul Latham, Director of Communication and Policy at the Charity Commission who will provide an overview of the Charity Commission’s current key messages.
You can register on Eventbrite
The next few months will continue to be challenging for charities, so why not take the opportunity to attend these free virtual events and pick up some useful information for your organisation.
Guidance for Trustees
For the latest coronavirus information for charities, please see the Charity Commission coronavirus guidance page