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Community Impact Forum


To kick off Small Charities Week 2019 and the University's annual Staff Wellbeing Week, Canterbury Christ Church  will be hosting a Community Impact Forum,  bringing together charitable, community and voluntary organisations in the local area with staff and student volunteers at Canterbury Christ Church University.

Volunteer Managers, Fundraising Managers, Chief Executives and other staff from the third and community sector as well as students and staff at Canterbury Christ Church University, are invited to join us for an afternoon of informal networking, discussion and development. 

As it is the last forum of this academic year, we will be providing tea and cake refreshments, which can be enjoyed on the terrace (weather permitting!)

The programme:14:00 - Registration 

14:15- 14:45 - Tristi Brownett, Senior Lecturer in Health Promotion and Public Health presenting her research on Community Festivals - the health and wellbeing benefits for the community and volunteers 

14:45-15:10 - Open discussion - Creating a culture of volunteering 

15:10-16:00 - Tea, Cake and Networking!  

We aim to allow plenty of time for you to chat, update and make connections in a relaxed environment.

If you have any particular interests that you are keen to explore or individuals/organisations you would like to connect with at the event, then please let us know by emailing dm9sdW50ZWVyIHwgY2FudGVyYnVyeSAhIGFjICEgdWs= and we'll endeavour to make introductions.

We look forward to seeing you there!

PLEASE NOTE: There is no parking available on site, however the venue is located close by to public transport and several public car parks including Canterbury East Train Station and Whitefriars Car Park 



Map Canterbury Christ Church University, Augustine House Library, Rhodaus Town , Canterbury, United Kingdom
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