Are you a Barnet VCS interested in the environment? Join this new networking group

Are you a voluntary, community, faith, charity or not-for-profit organisation based in Barnet?

Are you interested in the environment?

Then join us for the inaugural Barnet VCS Environmental Network on 18 March 2021, 10:30 – 12:00 (online).

This will be the first of regular informal and informative networking sessions, where we can come together to discuss environmental issues in the Borough, and how we as a sector can make the difference.

The meeting will give us all a chance to get to know each other, to find out what environmental issues are of greater concern, to share practical advice and knowledge, and to work together to address environmental issues at a local level.

This networking group will raise awareness of environmental projects that are happening in the Borough, help to establish partnerships and joint initiatives and seek funding opportunities.

The Barnet VCS Environmental Network will be hosted by Ellen from Inclusion Barnet, and Gus from the Stonegrove Community Trust.

Note: This networking event is intended for those working in Barnet’s VCO sector, not for individual Barnet residents.

Book via Eventbrite, and a zoom link will be sent to you nearer the time.

For more information contact Ellen Cheshire, VCS Support Lead – ellen@inclusionbarnet.org.uk

 

Barnet Together hosts a number of other networking groups for Barnet’s VCS, check out the main Barnet Together page for more information.

 

Ellen Cheshire

Ellen Cheshire

Voluntary and Community Sector Support Lead
About

Ellen joined Inclusion Barnet in July 2020 to work for Barnet Together as their Fundraising and Organisational Development Advisor, in November she moved into a new position as Voluntary and Community Sector Support Lead. Ellen has worked in the arts, heritage and charity sector for 30+ years, in Fundraising, Marketing and Project Management roles. She is keen to use her experience, knowledge and enthusiasm to support Barnet’s voluntary and community organisations to develop and grow.

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