East Sussex VCSE Alliance Annual Conference 2023

Promotional graphic for the VCSE Alliance 2023 Conference.

On Wednesday 8th November we will be holding the 2nd annual East Sussex VCSE Conference at the View Hotel Eastbourne.

The East Sussex VCSE Alliance is made up of 20 of the county’s VCSE organisations who have come together to promote the importance of the VCSE sector and increase our influence and trust amongst partners.

All members are active participants and commit to work according to the following three principles: Collaboration, Accountability and Generous Leadership.

The theme of this year’s conference will build on our principle of generous leadership; we want to explore how we can reach out to smaller grassroot organisations and work together across the sector.

Our learning will be informed by the thoughts and everyday experiences of those involved as professionals, volunteers, service users and leaders from the statutory sector.

The event will be an opportunity to listen, discuss and plan how we can work together to speak as one voice, to better collaborate, represent and influence.

This event will be held at The View Hotel, Eastbourne between 13:00pm and 17:30pm.

East Sussex VCSE Alliance Conference 2023 Programme

13:00 – Arrival, networking and light lunch

• Welcome and introduction

• Speakers and presentations (speakers to be confirmed)

• Workshop session

• Wrap-up discussion

• Canapes and drinks

17:30 – Close


For more information

If you have any questions about the event please get in contact using the details below:

Email: esvcsealliance@escv.org.uk

Telephone: 01323 403590

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