Building Effectiveness 2020 launches

We are delighted to launch Building Effectiveness 2020.

Building Effectiveness provides a unique opportunity for Hertfordshire charitable organisations to undergo a nine month intensive development programme tailored to make their organisations stronger, more effective and sustainable. Successful applicants are assigned advisors and mentors to help them to identify their key development areas and plan a tailored programme.

We will be hosting an informal information session about Building Effectiveness on Monday 18 November , between 1.30pm-3.00pm. at Hertfordshire Community Foundation's offices: Foundation House in Hatfield

Interested organisations are invited to come along and find out more about the programme and hear from previous participants. This is an ideal opportunity to learn more and to ask any questions, without any obligation to sign up.

To book your place on the information session CLICK HERE

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