Seven Councils for Voluntary Service have come together to form the Community Infrastructure Partnership (CIP).
The vision of this partnership is to enshrine the spirit of collaboration and common purpose across the Hampshire based partners and to engage with others to create and deliver high quality services and to develop responses to improve lives and help communities thrive.
The CIP programme has been launched recently commencing with two virtual events. The events are designed to improve and enhance governance across the voluntary and community sector and to support organisations that may have struggled as a result of the pandemic.
Free to interested organisations, places are pre-bookable and details can be found below.
Returning to Good Governance in a post-Covid World – Wednesday 7th July 5.30pm – 7.30pm
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Managing Risks in your organisation – Tuesday 21st September 5.30pm – 7.30pm
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Further information can be found here: https://www.communitypartnership.org.uk/workshops/
CIP Chairman, Tony Capon said “We are delighted to offer these free workshops as an introduction to the CIP partnership. The topics are focused upon issues that our CVS partners have been hearing from local groups and look forward to collectively working together to help tackle. The CIP initiative aims to offer support at scale across Hampshire and welcomes conversations with partners on ways we can achieve this together”.
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