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  • SCVO - Flexible funding during a crisis: learning lessons for the future

    Created: 14/04/2021

    When: 14:00 - 15:00, Tuesday 20 April 2021
    Where: Zoom Webinar
    This event is being organised by SCVO
    This particular event is free to attend, so no payment is required.

    It is too late to book a place for this particular session, sorry about that.

    The coronavirus pandemic demonstrated how quickly funders and funding can be adapted when a crisis arises. Twelve months on, SCVO want to explore funding practices that have worked well for the sector, and how they can ensure not to slip back into old ways of working.

    This one-hour free online event will reflect on the past twelve months of funding practice across Scotland, enabling discussion between funders and community and voluntary sector organisations about what the future of funding in Scotland could look like.

    All voluntary organisations are invited to join us for this interactive discussion to share their experiences and help share more flexible and effective funding relationships in the future.

    Sign up now via the SCVO Events page.

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