Tuesday 27 November 2018 9.30am-12 midday – at The Factory Skatepark, 15 Balunie Drive, Dundee, DD4 8PS
Learn how to budget taking into consideration all your costs in order to sustain the work of your organisation.
Find out more about full cost recovery and the common errors to avoid in budgeting.
This training is expertly delivered by Derek Grant who is a Chartered Accountant, Partner and business advisor at MMG Archbold.
Social Enterprises (SEs) are organisations that work in the heart of communities looking to support people to have a better quality of life and improve the environment in which they live. Often they are founded by local people themselves and look to address issues or inequalities that exist within their own communities.
One particular area that SEs are really successful with, is supporting people with their health and social care needs. This may be supporting someone within their own home with daily tasks such as bathing or dressing, enabling them to access the wider community, or simply anything that allows them to live as full a life as possible.
Here are a few quotes from people that have been supported by Social Enterprises: ‘A great, unique and imaginative social enterprise covering the very important topic of mental health’; ‘Anne has been a great support and help, she has also given me a lot of encouragement, being there when I needed her and when I wasn’t well’. ‘I love coming here. It means freedom for me and I get support”
Dundee Social Enterprise Network is an organisation that exists to support individuals or groups to start up and develop their enterprise. This can include support with business planning, start up funding, legal set up advice and linking with other local and national organisations that can also help.
So if you have an idea for an initiative that could support people with their health or social care needs please, get in touch:
email@example.com; or 01382 504848.
Development Trusts Association Scotland
This series of five, one day events across Scotland, will cover the 3Rs that everyone involved in taking on an asset needs to think about. What New Rights do we have as communities? What New Resources are out there to help us in terms of funding? And, how will we bring in some Revenue to keep the asset sustainable?
The Evening Telegraph have launched their Community Spirit Awards – to find out more about the categories and to vote follow the link below –