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Assessing grant applications
How grant applications are assessed can depend enormously on the size of the foundation, as well as on the mission and operational models adopted. There is no magic formula, but there are some key principles which underpin good practice. This course is for those who assess grant applications and want to explore the underlying principles, the challenges involved and to learn from different approaches.

When: January 25–26, 2022
Funder briefing on Human Rights Act
ACF’s Members Policy Forum and Ariadne invite funders to a briefing on the reform of the UK Human Rights Act.

When: January 25, 2022
DEI Data - Session 2 of Series of 4
A detailed look at the importance of collecting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion data for foundations in their grant-making practices.

When: January 26, 2022
Members' Policy Forum: Journalism for public benefit
This session will explore how funding journalism can help advance funders’ charitable missions.

When: January 27, 2022
SIIG market information day
Market information days are run to educate attendees about the social impact investment landscape and opportunities from social ventures.

When: February 2, 2022
Corporate foundations network meeting
Corporate foundations spotlight series. Following the successful Spotlight Sessions we have hosted earlier in the year we are delighted to share details of the next Corporate Foundations network meeting. It promises to be another engaging and insightful look two different Corporate Foundations - it’s not too late to sign up!

When: February 3, 2022
Tackling poverty network meeting
Social security: Creating a welfare system that is fit for purpose.  The meeting will explore the role of social security in preventing and tackling poverty. Speakers and participants will be invited to explore questions around what is needed to create a social security system that is fit for purpose in the short, medium and longer term.

When: February 10, 2022
Housing and homelessness network meeting
Housing unaffordability and insecurity – spotlight on Birmingham and the Black Country.

When: February 15, 2022
Reading applicants' accounts
This essential and popular introductory course gives grant-makers an understanding of applicants' statutory accounts and the legal accounting framework of which they are a part.

When: February 22–23, 2022
Smaller funder's network meeting
Further details to follow. Please save the date.

When: February 24, 2022
SIIG: Arts & heritage roundtable
Join social investors Nesta, Architectural Heritage Fund, CAF Venturesome and National Lottery Heritage Fund.

When: February 24, 2022
Beyond the balance sheet
To assess likely success in the long term, it is vital to look at the organisation as a whole and how it is run.

When: March 3, 2022
SIIG: Blended Finance
Exploring blended finance approaches including grants, guarantees and investment requiring lower rates of return. With case studies from Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation, Bank Workers Charity and others.

When: March 3, 2022
Foundation Giving Trends report launch 2021
We have postponed this event to 10 March 2022 due to the raising number of Covid-19 cases in December 2021.

When: March 10, 2022
Where: London
Grant-making and the law
This event will interest Trustees and staff of trusts and foundations who want to gain a basic knowledge of the law as it affects grant making.

When: March 15, 2022