Webinar: COVID-19 Sector Updates: The not-for-profit sector with Karl Wilding, Chief Executive, National Council for Voluntary Organisations

Places are limited, please apply now to secure your spot on this live webinar. Sign up as usual using your WIG account, an invitation to register on the webinar platform confirming your place will be sent out a week ahead of the session.

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the globe, and governments take radical steps to tackle the outbreak, it is having a huge impact on every part of industry and the economy. In order to communicate the challenges across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors, WIG has launched a special series of webinars to hear from key voices across the sectors. In this webinar you will hear from Karl Wilding, Chief Executive at the NCVO. He will provide a perspective on the likely impacts and implications.

By tuning into this webinar you will:   

  • Get the perspective of the NCVO on the impact COVID-19 is having on the not-for-profit sector
  • Learn where there are opportunities for the not-for-profit sector to work with government
  • Get the opportunity to put your questions directly to Karl in a special Q&A session designed to enhance communication and collaboration
  • Karl Wilding

    Chief Executive

    NCVO

    Karl Wilding became Chief Executive of NCVO in 2019. Previously he was NCVO's director of public policy and volunteering, where he oversaw our advocacy work on behalf of charities, community groups, social enterprises and volunteering. Karl started his career at NCVO in the research team and went on to lead their Almanac work, producing the authoritative source of information on the charity sector’s finances. He has an extensive knowledge of charities and volunteering in the UK and overseas. Prior to joining NCVO, Karl completed a PhD which looked at the history of the relationship between charities and the state. Karl speaks and writes widely on issues facing the voluntary sector, including public trust, the role of modern charity, and the future of giving and social action. He is a trustee of Communities 1st in St Albans and of the American charity Creating The Future. He was until recently a non-executive director at Charity Bank, and is an honorary visiting fellow at Cass Business School.

 

Places are limited, please apply now to secure your spot on this live webinar. Sign up as usual using your WIG account, an invitation to register on the webinar platform confirming your place will be sent out a week ahead of the session.

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