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Making The Most of The Media Free Charity Forum

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The fifth free Charity Forum is announced for November.

hlw Keeble Hawson logoAs always we are concentrating on topical issues affecting charities and not for profit organisations, giving practical advice and support.

The latest session looks at PR and how it can be used to boost your brand, attract the “third party endorsement” of the media, enhance your reputation and attract new customers or funders.

Our key note speaker, Faye Smith of “Keep Your Fork” has over 20 years of sales and marketing experience with national brands and for the last seven years has worked almost exclusively in the voluntary sector.  Faye will share her tips to harness the power of the media to help build your brand and supply relationship building ideas that really work.

The Charity speaker is Tim Renshaw, CEO of the Cathedral Archer Project.  Tim will give us the background of the project, from its inception to the success it is today, as well as telling us a little about the PR and marketing skills he has learned along the way.

Finally, in response to requests from delegates our own George Connell will give brief details of how to apply for grants from the Sheffield Town Trust of which he is Law Clerk.  One of the oldest charities in the country, Sheffield Town Trust is a well known benefactor of not for profit organisations in Sheffield.

Michele Todd, Partner in hlw Keeble Hawson and herself a Trustee of Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity confirms the importance of good PR

“In times of funding and donation cut backs and increased voluntary sector competition it is more important than ever to get your brand message out there.  Having worked with Faye, I can confirm that her suggestions DO work.”

For further enquires, please contact Clare Bowler at or by telephone on 0114 2906230.

Venue : Sheffield

Date : 15th November 2012

Third Floor, Commercial House, 14 Commercial Street, Sheffield, S1 2AT

Seminar Timetable

Registration and Refreshments  4.00pm

Seminar start  4.30pm

Seminar ends   6.30pm

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