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Call for papers, CFG Annual Conference 2022

Every year the CFG Annual Conference brings together our talented charity finance community doing incredible work for the sector. Submit your story and take part as a speaker at our 2021 Conference!

 

 

We are excited to announce that the theme of our 2022 flagship event the CFG Annual Conference is:

Purposeful and Empowering

For this year’s Annual Conference (taking place on 30 June 2022), we are looking for charity finance professionals from a variety of backgrounds and organisations to share their experiences so that others can learn from them. In order to encourage diversity in our audience, this year we are looking for a wide range of sessions that all levels from junior to more experienced finance professionals can benefit from.

We would like the sessions to be focused around our theme: Purposeful and Empowering

If the pandemic has shown us anything, it’s that civil society is now never more needed. From small grassroots charities to large organisations in the UK and abroad, we all have a purpose: to empower our unique and diverse communities and maximise our impact.

But in this complex and often divisive world, how can we ensure we’re connecting with our purpose? What role do we play in empowering our communities?

The CFG Annual Conference 2022 will equip finance teams and charity leaders with the knowledge, ideas, inspirations and opportunities to empower them to serve their purpose at the best of their abilities so that their impact is maximised for the wellbeing of their communities.

If you have an exciting achievement to share, or an interesting story to tell based on our theme that would be relevant to our members, we would love to hear from you.

To submit a session for the CFG Annual Conference please complete the form and return it to us by the end of Monday 17 January 2021. The sessions will be reviewed and shortlisted and we might get back in touch to ask for further details before making a final decision.

Submit your session.

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