Recognition for WIG's Charity Next secondment scheme

This month, WIG was featured in the Financial Times for the outstanding work our Talent team have done in negotiating secondments for civil servants in the Fast Stream into the charity sector via our Charity Next scheme. 

Charity Next is a development opportunity to spend six months on secondment to either a charity, social enterprise or organisation from the wider not-for-profit sector. Through the programme you can contribute your skills and enthusiasm to deliver critical projects for these organisations and the people they serve, allowing you to leave a lasting social impact and instil meaningful social change.

Charity Next facilitates an exchange of expertise, builds greater mutual understanding and encourages closer working between government and the rest of society.

You can read the Financial Times article here.