ICYMI: October 2020

In case you missed it is a monthly round-up of what we have been up to at ACEVO. Communications officer Heloisa Righetto shares links to recently published content, newly launched events and services available to members.

A narrated version of this blog is available at the bottom of the page

Latest resources

A new podcast episode went live, and this time Vicky Browning handed the hosting reins to Polly Neate (chief executive at Shelter) and Tessy Ojo (chief executive at The Diana Award). This is the first of a three-part miniseries that will discuss what privilege and anti-racism mean for the charity sector and the role of charity leaders in facilitating a shift of power both in our sector and more widely. In this first episode, Tessy and Polly talk to Mike Adamson, British Red Cross chief executive. The next episode will go live in November.

There are a few new templates and guides in the ‘Guides, tools, templates‘ section of the website. We have recently prepared and uploaded the following documents:

And don’t forget you can always catch up with past webinars here!

News from ACEVO

If you missed the annual update with Vicky Browning, Rosie Ferguson and Jill Halford, you can watch it here.

We have also announced the new cohort of the Jane Slowey memorial membership. You can find out more about them and the programme here.

Policy officer Maisie has written a blog with an update about ACEVO’s environmental commitments (which we first published last year). In this blog, she outlines how things have been going and how things have changed, primarily due to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Announced new events and opportunities

There are a number of digital member meetings taking place within the next few months: regional meetings (Wales, North East and North West), Arts & Heritage interest and the New CEO share and connect. Date, time and detailed information here.

In a little over two weeks, we will be (digitally) together at #ACEVOFest. The team is looking forward to seeing all of you during the sessions and informal get-togethers, such as the Coffee, Chat and Connect. You can find all details about ACEVO’s week-long event here

Narrated by a member of the ACEVO staff

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