Networking Lunch

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We know how important it is for local community-based organisations to be able to meet up with each-other, to share information, ideas, service updates and best practice.

The Thanet Community Support Partnership therefore provides a monthly "Networking Lunch" on the final Monday of every month (except bank holidays), where organisations from the charity, community, public and voluntary sectors can meet.

We alternate between the Kent Innovation Centre (Kent Innovation Centre), and SS. Austin & Gregory's Parish Hall in Margate, but each Networking Lunch runs from 12:30pm-2pm.

We invite you to download the latest poster showing details of our upcoming Networking lunches

We serve tea, coffee, biscuits and healthy snacks, but please feel free to bring your own lunch along with you too!

The usual format of our Networking Lunches is as follows:

  • Networking and Welcome (10 mins)
  • Guest Speaker (20 mins)
  • Updates from the organisations present (30 mins)
  • Networking (time remaining)

*An informal talk by one of the organisations, either about the work they do, or to share ideas and best practice in a certain area, e.g. fundraising, law, volunteer recruitment, etc.

If you would like join our growing network of community organisations, please don't hesitate to contact Chris on 01843 609336 or tcsp.info@kcv.org.uk .

Quotes

  • "TCSP is very much at the centre of the community bringing together charitable organisations, partners and local businesses together with the single goal of improving the wellbeing of our elder population" - Lee Jackson. Owner of Right at Home care services

  • "Thank you so much for all the networking. It's really important. You are helping so many organisations" - Carole Miller, Maritime Voluntary Service

  • "This Partnership provides what it says - Community support. They do this by working with a range of professionals, voluntary organisations and statutory services and the volunteers who work for them. It is rare to find an organisation that is not "precious" about what they do to the detriment of other organisations. They encourage others to meet and share ideas and practice. They are a model of collaborative working"- J Tuppen, former Community Psychiatric Nurse, Admiral Nurse for dementia, COGs club organiser

  • "It's great as at every meeting I have ever attended I have always made a new contact"- Rachael Spencer, Kent Fire & Rescue Vulnerable persons team

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Please feel free to call to contact us on 01843 609336 and we will do our best to help you.

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