Legal Formats and Governance in Practice: Charities

What: In our final webinar on legal formats, we discuss charities, their unique suitability for grant-funded organisations, limits to profit-generating activities and ways to maximise income generation within these constraints. 

When: Thursday 3rd March 2022

Time:  12:00 through to 01:00 pm

Cost: Free for members


 

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Legal Formats and Governance in Practice: Community Interest Companies

What: In our third webinar of legal formats, we explore Community Interest Companies with Chloë Dunnett of Sitopia Farm, Nat Mady of Hackney Herbal, and Marlene Barrett from OrganicLea.

When: Friday 25th February 2022

Time:  12:00 through to 13:00

Cost: Free for members


 

English

Legal Formats and Governance in Practice: Community Benefit Societies

What: In our second webinar on legal formats, we explore Community Benefit Societies with Mark Simmonds of Co-op Culture, and Alice Brown of Sutton Community Farm. We will be hearing about the process of incorporating as a CBS, fundraising in the CBS format including community share offers, and governance and decision making with community shareholders. 

When: Friday 18th February 2022

Time:  12:00 through to 01:00 pm

Cost: Free for members


 

English

Legal Formats and Governance in Practice: Introduction

What: In the first webinar of this series, join Richard and Heidi from SF&G for a run-down of the legal formats commonly used by land-based community projects, including Companies Limited by Guarantee, Charities, Community Interest Companies, and Comminity Benefit Societies.

When: Friday 11th February 2022

Time:  12:00 through to 13:00

Cost: Free for members


 

English

Member Webinar: Gardening for the Climate

The benefits that community growing bring to physical and mental well-being and social cohesion are being increasingly recognised across policy thinking.  

The climate impact of regenerative growing is overwhelmingly positive too, where practices like soil-building, composting, water harvestings, seed saving and local equitable food distribution are brought into play.  

This webinar will give examples of these practices and discuss how regenerative community growing can influence the shift to agro-ecological practices in the food growing sector.      

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