The event will bring commissioners and voluntary sector organisations together for an opportunity to meet each other, make connections, build relationships, and pitch for partners for your project.
We will update you once we know more which Commissioners will be attending. In the mean time, feel free to get in touch to discuss your idea. Call the Partnerships Team on 020 8980 8427, or email Peter in the Partnerships Team
APPLY to give a three-minute pitch before Monday 11th June 2018.
We want to hear from projects which are tackling a pressing Health and Wellbeing challenge for the residents of Tower Hamlets.
The THCVS partnerships team will be happy to support you to develop a three-minute pitch.
If you have any access requirements or require any reasonable adjustments, and if you have any dietary requirements or severe allergies.Please let the team know.
THCVS Health and Wellbeing networking events are designed to make new connections in Tower Hamlets and enable us to showcase some of the most innovative Voluntary sector projects that are having a positive impact. Whether you’re looking to find out more about the THCVS, get involved with an exciting project, or to network with like-minded people, The networking event offers something for everyone.
What’s the format?
The event is a mix of three-minute project pitches and facilitated networking. Each pitch will finish with a call to action, asking the audience to share their skills and experience to help further their project. Between project pitches, there are short bursts of networking where you’ll be able to spark new connections and talk to the project pitchers about how you can support their work. The networking event is an interactive, standing event, though limited seating may be available. Find out about our first Networking Event in March here - with slides from commissioners and pitches from a number of groups.
Who can attend?
Our networking events are free to attend, but due to their popularity, we ask that you please register in advance by following the ‘Register here ’ link at the top of the event page.
Some questions you may have about this event and whether it is right for you to attend
What do you mean by developing potential partnerships and consortiums?
Funders and commissioners are increasingly looking to commission services which bring together a number of different providers, who work closely together to deliver a service. There are benefits for commissioners to working through one organisation in a partnership than it is to work with many differnt6 partners who deliver similar services. This way, commissioners only need to t
As funding is increasingly shifted from grant funding to commissioning, whether this is from the council or from health bodies, it is likely to require a different approach by our sector. This will include, being aware of your groups specialist offer, that would add value to a potential consortium.
Why is it important to start thinking about these issues now?
Building partnerships and consortiums can take time, and the hardest part is thinking about and telling others exactly what it is you are good at and why people should partner with you. Our networking events provide this opportunity for you to start thinking through this process, and find the right partners for you and your organisation.
We look forward to working with you at the networking event.
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