Small Charity Week Speedmatching Event
Verizon, WC1V 6EA
Tuesday 18 June 2019 14:00 - 16:30
Join us on 18 June for an afternoon of free on the spot marketing and communications advice, ideas and feedback from leading media and creative industry experts.
Media Trust has teamed up with FSI for Small Charity Week’s Big Advice Day to create a special Speedmatching event exclusively for small charities. Register to attend below.
How does Speedmatching work?
Speedmatching, based on the speed dating model, is a fun and informal way to get 1-to-1 advice from media and communication experts for your charity.
The event brings together attendees from the charity sector with media and creative industry professionals who want to volunteer their time and expertise with charities like yours.
You’ll spend a few minutes with each volunteer as you rotate with around the room, getting valuable on the spot advice.
“It is the first time I have done a Speedmatching event – what a great experience! I am impressed and strongly recommend this to everyone."Mihai Bica, Roma Support Group
Who should attend?
Whether you’re looking for advice on a communications strategy, have a campaign on the horizon or simply want some tips on improving your social media then this event is for you.
This event is for registered charities only. Due to demand, we can only accommodate one person per charity.
You can register to attend below. To ensure you get the very most out of this event please tell us about the communications challenge(s) you want to discuss with our volunteers. It should only take a few minutes to complete the form and it will help our volunteers to prepare.
Places are limited. We will confirm if you have secured a place no later than Monday 4 June.
For more information contact Volunteering Manager, Kassandra Gordon at [email protected].
What is Big Advice Day?
Big Advice Day 2019 will take place in Small Charity Week and will involve a national London event, as well as various regional events across the country, where small and local charities and community groups (those with a turnover up to £1 million) access free expert 1:1 advice on a variety of topics.