The uncertainties faced by the voluntary sector over recent years will no doubt continue throughout 2022, with continued pressure on income and an ever-increasing demand for services. Unsurprisingly, fundraising and non-virtual events are high on the agenda for a lot of charities and with most COVID-19 restrictions having come to an end across the UK in the first quarter of 2022, in-person events are back in full swing for the Charities sector.
From bake sales, to large fundraising events, to peers meeting at leading sector conferences, now may be the time to take a refreshed look at the changing threat environment and how prepared your organisation is.
In our webinar, we will discuss what’s driving the increased threat of a terrorist incident and why it is essential for charities to manage the risk to their people and reputation.
This webinar will explore:
- Best Practice and your duty of care – illustrated by the Protect Duty Framework
- The questions charities should ask of venues when selecting where to host their events, or when attending events organised by others
Our panel are specialists in charities risk management and organisational resilience and will share their advice, guidance and outlook for the future.
Edgar Flaherty, Managing Director – Charity & Healthcare Division at Gallagher
Paul Eden, Managing Director – Charity & Healthcare Division at Gallagher
Justin Priestley GM, Head of Crisis Management Consulting Practice at Gallagher
Panel discussion followed by audience Q&A
Thursday 30th June 2022 at 10am
How to book your place:
Please register by clicking the button below, once registered you will be emailed the joining details. If you are unable to join us live on the day, you will be emailed a link to watch on-demand later.