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Food Poverty and the Role of Food Banks – 10th September 2015

Millions of families across the UK are living below the breadline. Oxfam and Church Action on Poverty have calculated that 20,247,042 meals were given to people in food poverty in 2013/14 by the three main food aid providers. This is a 54% increase on 2012/13 (Trussell Trust 2014). Mo

CTWM – Annual General Meeting 23rd March 2015

Diana Leat was our guest speaker at CTWM’s Annual General Meeting on the 23rd March 2015 5pm – 7.30pm @ BBC, Mailbox, Birmingham Diana is currently a Visiting Professor at Cass Business School, London and at the Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, QUT Brisbane A

Succession Planning for Trusts – What works?

Sooner or later everyone wants to retire. If you are a trustee of a charitable trust and in particular a family charitable trust how do you plan for succession? For some trusts and foundations there is a steady pool of potential trustees to draw from, but for others where the pool of

Food Poverty and the role of Food Banks

Members and Guests Networking Talk – 10th September 2015 @ Midland Arts Centre, Birmingham, 5pm – 7.30pm The UK has seen an explosion in food banks over the last five years, which have become a permanent feature in our communities. For the last few years communities have c