Thursday 3 October
4.00 to 6.30pm
£10 - £15
Freedom Works
Barts House
Black Lion Street

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Who is this workshop for?

Anyone who is a leader of an organisation that seeks to solve a specific social problem. That could be CEOs, Trustees, Directors and Senior Managers of charities, social enterprises and impact-focused businesses.

This session is led by Anton Simanowitz from Social Performance Solutions and Richard Freeman of Always Possible

Arrive up to 30 minutes early if you’d like a tour of Freedom Works co-working space. Networking drinks after the event until 7.00pm.

How will this help me and my project?

This event will help you differentiate yourself and improve your fundraising.

At this interactive workshop you will hear from other organisations like yours about how they used impact management to inform their strategy, practice, reporting and fundraising. Guests include:

Karen Chapman, Chief Executive, Sussex Emmaus

Sarah Caroll, Founder, Deserve Digital

Sonia Baker, Executive Manager, Sight Support Worthing

Clair Howell, Operations and Data Manager, The Clock Tower Sanctuary

Fran Anderson, Head of Income and Development, Justlife

Mark McTaggart, Operations Manager, Kennedy Street Recovery

What will I gain from this workshop?

  • Gain real-life insights from the experience of other local organisations
  • Connect with your peers
  • Develop clear and actionable impact strategies
  • Tell a more meaningful story
  • Enhance your effectiveness

Next steps

After this event, you will have the opportunity to join a community of practice. Six Action Learning groups will take place monthly from 5 November to April 2025. More information will be provided at this workshop.

About the action-learning groups


It gave me space to think strategically about what we are doing, why and how. We still have a way to go with our impact reporting but I now feel like I have the knowledge to do this and a support network to help.
Jane Bettany, Corporate Director, GraceEyre


The venue has lifts up to the third floor as well as an evacuation lift in an emergency situation. There is one accessible toilet.

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If there is anything else we can do to make this event accessible to you, please let us know by email