The session led by Gemma Pettman, Lime Green Consulting, explores how to find and secure funding from trusts and foundations. We also have a Powerpoint presentation for a further related sessions (please email email@example.com if you would like to be sent it): Writing an application for the National Lottery Awards for All scheme – Marvin [...]
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This webinar, led by Nick Walsh from David Cadwallader and Co Limited (Plunkett membership suppliers) covers financial best practice for your community business. The introduction was followed by the following three breakout sessions: Running your community pub efficiently – led by Plunkett Foundation Adviser and pub Director, Peter Austen. Reducing your costs through Plunkett membership [...]
This webinar starts with a 30 minute introduction to loan finance for community businesses, and is followed by a Q & A with three loan providers: 1. Co-operative and Community Finance - Tim Coomer 2. Key Fund - Adrian Bean 3. Triodos - Kate Donovan This event was held on 26th March 2020 and part of a More than a [...]
The session starts with an introduction to raising money from within your community led by Plunkett Foundation Adviser, Helen Melia, and is followed by a practical session on community shares led by Isla McCulloch, Programme Manager for Community Shares at Co-operatives UK, who will discuss developing your share documents. We also have Powerpoint presentations [...]
Watch the recording of a roundtable discussion hosted by Plunkett’s Head of Community Business, Chris Cowcher, and Adviser, Alan Collard. Suitable for any group that has used the Public Works Loan or are interested in using it to raise money for their community business. Public Works Loans are long term loans available to Parish, [...]
This webinar highlights case studies and the pros and cons of going down a tenanted community pub route.
Plunkett are calling for SITR to be renewed past April so that community groups can continue to benefit from tax relief on share investments.
Alongside our partners, Power to Change, Locality, Co-operatives UK, we are committing to a more diverse, equitable and inclusive community business sector.