The FINANCIAL - Strengthening the Third Sector in Georgia

Strengthening the Third Sector in Georgia

Strengthening the Third Sector in Georgia

The FINANCIAL -- Believe Foundation will be hosting two Charity and Social Enterprise Training events in November, bringing together founders, directors, and senior managers of non-profits, social enterprises and other impact driven initiatives as well as CSR managers, leaders in corporates and in the public sector with an interest in working with Third Sector Organizations.

The sessions – one in Batumi, the other in Tbilisi, will be delivered by Andrew Brady, an expert in non-profit management and course leader for the BA in Charity and Social Enterprise Management at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK. Andrew has worked extensively in the third sector as a manager and a trustee, and has over 15 years’ experience in designing and delivering training to meet the specialist needs of charities, social enterprises and voluntary organisations. 

Primary aim of the session is to support Georgian Charities and Social Enterprises through enhancing their leadership skills and promoting new ways of thinking. At the same time, the event will be a great socializing and networking opportunity for the attendees, helping to strengthen the sector’s collective voice and identity.

November 01, 2016

9:30AM – 6:00PM 

Tbilisi Radisson

November 04, 2016

Batumi Hilton 

9:30AM – 6:00PM 

Working Language: 

English and Georgian, simultaneous translation will be provided 

Attendance fee for each event: Gel 150 (price is inclusive of training material, lunch and coffee breaks)

Believe Foundation is non-profit, non-political independent organization established to support charitable, cultural and educational activities in western Georgia. We strive to bring the positive changes, improvements and progress to the lives of socially vulnerable children, elderlies and families, individuals with disabilities and youth

Each activity of the foundation is based upon the chain of values combining honesty and conscientiousness, collaboration, accountability, excellence and innovation.

With support of our donors and volunteers we protect the rights of beneficiaries; facilitate their integration into society; care about the health; fight to overcome the hunger and poverty; we help them to fulfill their potential, enhance the professional skills and educational level.

Anglia Ruskin University was recently named among the top 350 universities in the world by the Times Higher Education Supplement, and identified as a ‘rising star’, poised to break into the elite level of global higher education institutions, by an independent education consultancy.

With over 35,000 students from 177 countries, on our 4 campuses in the UK, and at partner institutions across the world, ARU is well-placed to continue this upward trajectory.  

3rd Sector Futures, a specialist training and research unit for charity and social enterprise, was established in 2008 within the Lord Ashcroft International Business School.