NOAH (New Opportunities and Horizons) is a Luton-based charity working across Bedfordshire, offering hope and support to people struggling against homelessness and exclusion. They are looking for a new Head of Finance – deadline to apply October 23rd
Eastside Primetimers mergers director Dave Garratt explores the impact of COVID-19 on trends in charity mergers and outlines why they must be part of every charity team’s good governance toolkit
This is an opportunity to join an engaged and committed Board of a wonderful charity that has been providing safe, secure and affordable accommodation to hundreds of women for nearly two hundred years. The closing date for applications is Friday 9th October
Are you a senior manager or HR officer in a not-for-profit organisation? Eastside Primetimers are undertaking a short research survey on the environment in charity recruitment amid COVID-19, and are offering a free HR Planning Resource Audit as a prize
EP chief executive Richard Litchfield blogs on next steps for charities and not-for-profits as we all seek to Build Back Better, with examples of where to go on financial resilience, flexible work, digital transformation, diversity, partnerships and leadership
Eastside Primetimers chief executive Richard Litchfield has been quoted in the Financial Times, responding to the first review into the performance of Big Society Capital.
Following on from part 1 on virtual interviews, Eastside Primetimers recruitment director Bernice Rook blogs with tips for organisations for virtual onboarding of staff and trustees, in a world where the traditional inductions and interactions we’re all used to aren’t possible
Eastside Primetimers have identified six pillars for charities and social enterprises should reassess to #BuildBackBetter: sustainable finance, flexible work, digital adoption, diversity, transformative partnerships and agile leadership. Hear about how we supported YMCA St Paul’s with their new strategy
Do you have a great idea for making the world a better place? Join EP Foundation Manager Ruth Cane and Ann Nkune of Bloomsbury Beginnings on August 12th to learn about Bloomsbury’s work and gain tips for upstart social entrepreneurs
Virtual recruiting and interviewing has become a ‘new normal’ due to COVID-19, but can also offer hiring charities and job candidates more choice. Eastside Primetimers recruitment director Bernice Rook blogs with tips for both interviewers and interviewees
On Tuesday July 7th at 10.30am, Richard Litchfield will be joining not-for-profit sector Salesforce specialists Economic Change CIC for a roundtable discussion on how your organisation can manage and measure the impact of COVID-19 on your community
Eastside Primetimers has teamed up with Clinks, the membership body representing 1,700 justice sector charities, to help their members build partnerships for the government’s new probation programme
For Small Charity Week, Bernice Rook reflects on Eastside Primetimers’ COVID-19 Business Continuity scheme for small not-for-profit organisations and lessons we have learnt.
In this year’s NatWest SE100 Social Business Awards, Eastside Primetimers was named one of the top 100 social enterprises in the UK.
Three weeks ago we opened an emergency support offer for small charities and social enterprises. This is what we learnt in our third week.
Two weeks ago we opened an emergency support offer for small charities and social enterprises. This is what we learnt in our second week.
Lisa has a track record in supporting NGOs for contract readiness, business development, business planning and impact evaluation. Here, Lisa shares her EP story.
Data protection advice given the shift to remote working from health concerns over coronavirus and less secure work environments for confidential data.
The Eastside Primetimers Foundation recently held the first in a series of events on the Future of Work, helping social sector leaders explore how their organisations can adapt to shifting trends, and have produced a short video which we hope you enjoy.
Our latest EP Insights, ‘The Social Investment Survival Kit’, provides practical advice, stories and support for social sector leaders looking to explore social investment opportunities, from perspectives of investors, investor mangers and leaders who have gone through the process.