Aviva Community Fund Masterclasses

The Aviva Community Fund offers charities more than just the chance to win funding. Last month we launched a series of masterclasses to offer not-for-profit groups access to our partners such as Facebook, Google and Twitter – completely free of charge! The aim is simple: Give them the skills they need to reap even more local support. Help us spread the word so that they don’t miss out.

To help community groups and charities boost their profile, we’re running free masterclasses across the UK.  Please help us spread the word to the causes that you care about.

Last month’s session on social media was a great success and we can’t wait to welcome even more charity delegates at these upcoming topics:

  • How to recruit volunteers and find supporters (Friday 28 July, Bristol)
  • How to build a successful brand (Friday 25 August, nr.Glasgow)
  • How to be a PR guru and get media attention (Friday 8 September, Sheffield)

Learn from the experts

In each masterclass, experts from Aviva and the industry will take them through the techniques and methods they can use to boost the profile of their organisation.

They’ll also get the chance to ask the experts questions in an interactive Q&A session. Each class runs between 9:30 am and midday with the option of staying a bit longer for 1-2-1 questions and support available from the Aviva team. They’ll get more out of it if they come along in person but, if that’s not possible, they can also sign up for an alert to be notified when the highlights video and supporting material becomes available afterwards.

How to find out more

Information on all the masterclasses can be found on the Aviva Community Fund website. They’ll need to create a login (if they don’t have one already) to be able to sign up.

Places are limited so don’t delay and start spreading the word amongst the causes you care about.

If you’ve got any questions, please email us at comfund@aviva.com


Article Publish Date: Wednesday 5 July 2017

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