|Date:||2nd July 2019|
Held over three days in Bournemouth, the conference at The Bournemouth International Centre, provides an opportunity for delegates to engage in a range of sessions on how innovation and good practice can deliver the best local public services for our communities. We will be holding policy discussions on subjects ranging from sustainable funding, adult and children’s social care, housing and homelessness as well as local government in a post-Brexit world.
Councils are having to look for new ways to make their limited charitable funding budgets have more impact. Digital technology can streamline the fundraising and grant giving process and drive the collaboration needed to address the shortfalls in grant funding budgets.
The Good Exchange is a transformational on-line platform that helps local authorities meet their strategic funding requirements by automatically matching their place and issue-based grant funding to the right charitable services according to each individual council’s pre-defined criteria. Councils can use The Good Exchange as their ‘introductory broker’ to set-up, publish and manage funding schemes and grant rounds while maintaining absolute autonomy in decision-making and grant management.
Come and see The Good Exchange team on Stand P79 to find out more.