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Small Charity Week: 19-24 June 2017

15 March 2017

Small Charity Week aims to celebrate and raise awareness of the essential work of the UK’s small charities. Run by the FSI since 2010, the week has different activities and initiatives every day to support the multitude of hard-working small charities we have in the UK.

Take advantage of the added noise and PR opportunities created by Small Charity Week and get your thinking caps on for what you can do to fundraise, find volunteers, get more local people involved in your work or simply to say a big thank you to your staff and volunteers.  On the Small Charity Week website you’ll find lots of tools and resources to help you plan, promote and make the most of anything you are doing during the week.

And don’t forget to let us know and we’ll help promote your events too!  Simply drop us an email to caroline@communityimpactbucks.org.uk.

Monday 19 June: I Love Small Charities Day
The day to kick off the week’s activities with a chance for small charities to win up to £450 with a fun photo competition on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

Tuesday 20 June: Big Advice Day
Now open for bookings, the Big Advice Day gives small charities access to experts in a range of disciplines.  You can access advice at the FSI advice hub at City Hall in London, by phone or Skype but you’ll need to book your slot and get expert help on fundraising, marketing, governance to name but a few...

Wednesday 21 June: Policy Day
An opportunity for small charities to meet policy makers, commissioners and influencers across the country.

Thursday 22 June: Fundraising Day
A variety of free events, initiatives and resources including the FSI Fundraising Conference and the special opportunity to fundraise easily and cheaply on ebay.

Friday 23 June: Small Charity Big Impact Day
Shout about the difference you make to people's lives!

Saturday 24 June: Celebration Day
The week closes with a day of celebration to say thank you to small charities for all their hard work and effort.

Don't forget to keep checking the Small Charity Week website which will be regularly updated with advice, support and toolkits to help you make the most of the week.

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