Tue, 18 Apr|
Clockwise Offices Liverpool
Networking for social enterprises - Socially-trading organisations - Charity sector
Are you a socially trading enterprise or within the charity sector looking to boost your visibility whilst gaining support from other people within the same sector? This event was created for you by Kindred & LLIB.
Time & Location
18 Apr 2023, 10:30 – 12:30
Clockwise Offices Liverpool , Edward Pavillion, Royal, Edward pavilion, Liverpool L3 4AF, UK
About the Event
Welcome from LLIB & Kindred
What to expect from these events
Guest pannel of three incredible speakers including;
- Erica Rushton
Erika is the programme director at social investment CIC Kindred, and founder and director of Creative Economist, which specialises in creative and community entrepreneurship and its capacity for transforming places. She consistently makes creativity applied, viable and inclusive and has championed community ownership of land, property and wealth by leading from the front and taking direct action. She is the founder of successive community-led and owned property companies, investment funds and supports hundreds of creative and social businesses to make their individual and collective dreams reality.
Erika has been widely recognised for her contributions to the creative and digital sector, the social economy and gender equality. She most recently won Northern Power Women’s Transformational Leader Award, Insider North West Property’s Game Changer Award and is listed as one of NatWest’s national 100 WISE women and a finalist for its Wise Investor Award.
Erika is a founder of the One Day network – a group of women who rewrote Liverpool City Region’s economic strategy from a women’s perspective, to benefit everyone. She also mentors creative women leaders internationally, lectures internationally and works voluntarily to address intersectional gender discrimination in the UK.
- Debbie Rogers
Debbie is the founder of Sean's Place a men's mental health charity created in memory of her brother who died by suicide in 2019. Debbie wanted to prevent men from feeling feeling they have nowhere to turn and to fill the gaps that existed within the system that could have saved her brothers life.
Since 2020 Sean's Place has supported over 2500 men and now supports over 170 men every week as well as their families by providing free and immediate access to help through a range of therapeutic and social support
Debbie and Seans Place have recently won a Merseyside Woman of the of the Year award, a Northern Power Women award, Charity of the Year at the EVAs and Cmmunity Organisation of the Year at this year's Echo Awards.
In just 3 years Sean's Place has become a life saving sanctuary of support for so many which has led to innovative partnership working between Merseycare and Public Health who have been keen to collaborate to benefit those within our community
- Chase Johnston-Lynch Head of Film, Directing, Producing and Podcasting - Big Condo Training Academy CIC'With a body of work going back as far as the New York of the 90s and the true roots of Hip-Hop, Chase Johnston-Lynch has an enviable track record in both film and music video production. He's now developed those skills further and added to them, with a unique teaching style which both educates and entertains his students.'If you need any further info please take a look at our fab NEW website at www.bigcondoacademycic.co.uk
This is an opportunity to come together as a community and support one another with connections, bid writing, well-being etc.
- Ticket type
Kindred - LLIB Networking
This ticket gives access to one person to the Kindred - LLIB event.Price£10.00
+£0.25 service fee+£0.25 service fee
- Ticket type
LLIB Membership Guest
This is for LLIB members who run a social enterprise, CIC or charity. Please note LLIB membership has to be active to access this ticket.Price£0.00