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Charity Governance Seminar: Leadership - Come Rain or Shine

Thursday 12th March, 2020 |
Sage Gateshead

Free to attend

The charity sector faces many challenges, as well as opportunities, in today's fast paced world.  In times of change it is more important than ever for the trustees and executive team to ensure strong governance in your organisations to help meet these changes.  

Wrigleys Solicitors is a leading firm of charity sector specialists and we advise organisations across the charity and social economy sector.

Fiona Wharton and Claris D'cruz, our governance experts based in our Newcastle office, are delighted to be joined by Stephen Howard LVO (Chair of national charity Power to Change), Nick Swales (Chair of Theatre Royal Newcastle upon Tyne) and Kate Welch OBE DL (Chief Executive of Social Enterprise Acumen CIC) for an interactive 'Question Time' panel discussion.  

Please join us to discuss why trust in your organisations is so important, why good governance matters and what your organisation can do individually and collectively to meet the high expectations of regulators, funders, supporters and the public.

Limited places. Please book early to avoid disappointment.


Registration and refreshments

Panel discussion

Lunch, with an opportunity to network with other delegates


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