Location: The Bulldog Trust, Two Temple Place, London WC2R 3BD
Are you a charity or social enterprise wanting to learn more about Social Investment Tax Relief (SITR)? Join us for our GET SITR Anniversary Ceremony on 4th July!
A year ago, we launched the GET SITR campaign to help more charities and social enterprises understand and use Social Investment Tax Relief to raise money. Now a year later, we will be celebrating the pioneering organisations who have used the tax break thus far to support their social missions.
Why you should attend:
- Hear about the experiences and key learnings of charities and social enterprises who have used Social Investment Tax Relief
- Listen to expert advice from a range of investors and fund managers
- Meet and network with other organisations in this space
2:00 – 2:30pm: Arrival, tea and coffee
2:30 – 2:40pm: Welcome address
Cliff Prior, CEO of Big Society Capital
2:40 – 3:25pm: Raising investment with SITR – the practical experiences of charities and social enterprises
Melanie Mills, Social Sector Engagement Director, Big Society Capital
Ben Ferris, Director, South Bristol Sports Centre CIC
Matt Fountain, Founder and Managing Director of The Freedom Bakery
3:25pm – 4:05pm: Panel discussion - Q&A (Chaired by Evita Zanuso, Financial Relationships Director, Big Society Capital)
Richard Child, Director, Paradigm Norton
Simon Rowell, Interim Head of Strategy and Market Development Director, Big Society Capital
Roger Goodyear, Chairman, Scottish Boat Festival
Harold Immanuel, Investor
4:05pm – 4:15pm: Short break
4:15pm – 4:20pm: Findings from the State of SITR report
Plum Lomax, Deputy Head of Funders Team, NPC
4:20pm – 4:50pm: Honours presentation to SITR trailblazers
Presented by GET SITR professional partners
4:50pm – 5:00pm: What next for SITR?
Simon Rowell, Senior Strategy and Market Development Director, Big Society Capital
5:00pm – 6:00pm: Networking and drinks
This event is completely free.
If you would like to attend or find out more, please contact Esther Blake on
*Please note there is a limit of two places per organisation*