The King’s Fund, Comic Relief and the Big Lottery Fund have opened applications for a unique programme that enables charity leaders to help each other through sharing expertise and developing skills. There are 80 places initially available on the programme, which is free to attend. Charities applying for places, worth up to an estimated £3,000, must show how their work improves health and wellbeing.
This free programme matches experienced, high-performing leaders in the voluntary and community sector (VCS) with others in the sector to share their knowledge and provide peer support. It is designed for those who want to develop both their organisational and leadership skills and contribute to the sector.
Who is the programme for?
The programme is designed for anyone who is leading an organisation in the sector that focuses on health and wellbeing. The organisation can be of any size, and either in the early stages of development or well established. We are offering two opportunities: to join us as a consultant or as a partner.
The launch of this programme follows the publication of The Kings Fund’s recent report, in which we shared the results of an external evaluation of the programme’s successful pilot.