Charity trustees have acted quickly to refocus efforts and activities as the world responds to Covid-19. But as this crisis drags on, and a major economic downturn becomes more imminent, trustees are switching their focus to how they deliver their mission over the medium and longer term.

This seminar—run in partnership with the Clothworker’s Company—explores what trustees are and should be doing now that the initial shock has passed. It will cover issues, such as:

  • How Covid-19 is affecting the people and communities charities work with and what new needs are emerging from the fallout.
  • What trustees can do to ensure their charity’s mission remain relevant to changing need, and how they can help their organisations become more resilient to the new threats posed by the outbreak.
  • What actions trustees can take now to help shape the post-Covid world.
  • The session will be chaired by Katie Boswell, Associate Director at NPC and speakers include:

  • Val Stangoe, CEO of St. Mary’s Hospice (Barrow in Furness)
  • Hitesh Patel, Chair of youth employment charity Sport 4 Life UK (Birmingham).
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