Monthly Archives: May 2019

CAS Obtains Cyber Essentials Certification

May 24, 2019

Community Action Suffolk has recently been successful in obtaining the Cyber Essentials Certification. Cyber Essentials is an industry recognised and externally verified certification that shows that you have met a required standard in Cyber Security in your organisation’s IT systems and we are delighted to say that Community Action Suffolk has met this standard. We

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CAS Learning Lunch: Charity Incorporation

May 17, 2019

Learning Lunches are a valuable opportunity to informally network with colleagues across the voluntary sector and to hear from some guest speakers who are experts in their field. These events are hosted by some special venues across Suffolk. Date: Tuesday 9 July Time: 12.00 – 1.30pm Venue: Ufford Park Hotel, IP12 1QW Cost: £15 includes

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CAS Chief Exec on the sofa with Lesley Dolphin, BBC Radio Suffolk

May 10, 2019

Community Action Suffolk Chief Exec Christine Abraham was interviewed on the sofa with Lesley Dolphin, Wednesday 8th May. A fabulous interview highlighting the amazing work of the diverse voluntary groups in Suffolk. Sharing her passion for the voluntary sector, Christine gives a clear explanation of CAS’s role and what makes it such an exemplar. Please

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New era sees director of innovation appointed

May 3, 2019

Suffolk Business | 2nd May 2019  An experienced voluntary sector director has been appointed to a newly created role at Community Action Suffolk. Hannah Reid, who has been part of the organisation for five years, will now support membership organisations from the role of director of innovation and business development. With a wealth of experience

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Chief Executive’s April Blog

May 2, 2019

There probably aren’t many Charity CEO’s and heads of fundraising, or business development leads at social enterprises, who sat in their careers advice session at school and named that role as their dream option. That’s not to say that these roles aren’t great to be in; that they aren’t rewarding, fulfilling and satisfying on so

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