Get involved with Small Charity Week

In just under a month Small Charity Week will be launched giving charities the chance to raise their profile, gain knowledge, fundraise and celebrate their successes.

Taking place on 11-15 June the week is split into five themes:

  • I Love Small Charities Day.
  • Big Advice Day.
  • Policy Day.
  • Fundraising Day.
  • Celebration Day.

Each of these days and events have been arranged to give small charities free help and advice. Policy Day on 13 June also sees the launch of the Small Charity Policy Forum and Small Charity Localism research.

The week culminates with ‘Celebration Day’ which will include a mini charity festival in central London and small charities having their films profiled on the Community Channel.

You can find out more about being a part of the event by checking out the Small Charity Week website. To book any of the free initiatives email

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