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Main presentation from the NCVYS 2010 annual conference including slides from Nick Temple, Policy and Communications Director at the School for Social Entrepreneurs and Mary Cunningham, Director of ...

Main presentation from the NCVYS 2010 annual conference including slides from Nick Temple, Policy and Communications Director at the School for Social Entrepreneurs and Mary Cunningham, Director of the National Youth Council of Ireland.

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    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 When life hands you lemons, make lemonade!
    • Welcome and introduction Kanchan Jadeja NCVYS Chair NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • Martin Brookes Chief Executive of New Philanthropy Capital NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 ‘ Beyond the Comfort Zone’
    • Tim Loughton MP Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Children and Families NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS award for lifetime contribution Awarded to John Bateman Chief Executive of UK Youth Presented by Tim Loughton MP NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • Break NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • ENVOY’s Hot Topics NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS AGM NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 1. Welcome and apologies
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 2. Minutes of the Annual General Meeting – 4th November 2009 Resolution: That the minutes be accepted as a true record.
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 3. Annual report 2009/2010 3.1 Chair’s report
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 Business unusual
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 3. Annual report 2009/2010 3.1 Chair’s report 3.2 Chief Executive’s report
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 Young partners
      • Nine young facilitators
      • Regional focus
      • More opportunities for young people
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Sounds systems
      • Partnership approach to safeguarding
      • Spreading good practice through licensing
      • Targeted training provision
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Stronger networks
      • Alliances and partnerships
      • A focus on learning and modelling
      • A new way of doing business
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Opportunities for all
      • Featuring diversity practice
      • Supporting and developing good practice
      • Practical application
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Realising potential
      • Workforce information and support to engage
      • A national partnership
      • Progress
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Serving young people well
      • Opportunities to engage with politicians
      • Influencing government
      • Coalitions and alliances
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 3.3 Annual accounts 3. Annual report 2009/2010 3.1 Chair’s report 3.2 Chief Executive’s report
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Highlights
      • A challenging year for NCVYS
      • Income from all sources was £1,537k
      • Received grant funding for our youth participation
      • work from Big Lottery
      • Success in the third sector capacity building tender
      • from the CWDC
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Highlights
      • Increased income from contracts
      • Income from charitable activities increased from £111k to £419k
      • Surplus in funds of £89k
      • Level of reserves increased to £134k
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • Conclusion
      • Membership drive to recruit more members
      • We aim to generate surpluses and break-even
      • We aim to continue to provide value for money to our funders
      • All our government grants come to an end
      • We are developing a new business model
      • Thank you to all our funders
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 3. Annual report 2009/2010 Resolution: That the annual report and accounts be accepted as a true record.
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 4. Appointment of auditors Resolution: That HW Fisher & Co. be appointed as auditors for 2010/2011.
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 5. Election of officers Resolution: That Kanchan Jadeja nominated by the trustee board, in accordance with Article 23 be appointed to act as NCVYS chair for a period of three years.
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 5. Election of officers Resolution: That Mark Goodman elected by NCVYS members, in accordance with Article 23 be appointed to act as NCVYS Vice-Chair for a period of three years.
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 5. Election of officers Resolution: That Norma Martin, nominated by the Trustee board in accordance with Article 23, be appointed to act as NCVYS treasurer for a period of three years.
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 6. Election of trustee board members Resolution: That the following persons elected by the NCVYS membership be appointed for a period of three years: Lynn Hogarth, EC1 – Infrastructure development Alex Mastihi, EC2 – Social enterprise Karen Dhesi, EC4- Work with young people from BME Mark Boyd, EC6- Active citizenship or volunteering Ginny Lunn, EC7- Work with disadvantaged young people Laura Williams, EC9- Young people’s participation and children’s rights issues
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 7. Review of membership fee structure Resolution: That a working group of members be set up to review membership fees and advise trustees accordingly
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 8. Date of next meeting 2 November 2011
    • yeah enterprises CIC Beth Parker, Director of Service Development NCVYS NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • yeah purpose
      • To inspire an enterprise culture and encourage the development of enterprising activities which place young people at their core;
      • Build sustainable communities that care about young people;
      • Support collaboration and networking – facilitate consortia;
      • Mainstream, market and license products
      NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • yeah how:
      • Evaluating current member services;
      • Assessing member needs;
      • Evaluating market trends
      • yeah YOU!
      NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
      • yeah potential:
      • Opens up alternative funding sources (e.g. commercial ventures);
      • Involves young people in business development;
      • Income generated will enable the development of further services
      • Say yeah to the future!
      NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • Lunch NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 Welcome back
    • Seminars NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 Seminar session Location UK Youth Main hall CFEB (Linda Jack) Seminar room 1 Woodcraft folk Seminar room 2 Fairbridge Battlebridge room
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 Break
    • Panel session: Developing enterprise accross communities Sonia Sodha, Demos Mary Cunningham, National Youth Council of Ireland Nick Temple, School for Social Entrepreneurs NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • PEOPLE POWERED
    • Definition of Social Entrepreneur + = Credit: Pamela Hartigan - Schwab Foundation
    • Michael Young
      • Open University
      • Labour Manifesto 1945
      • Consumers’ Association
      • Which? Magazine
      • Language Line (TIS)
      • & 50+ others
      • School for Social Entrepreneurs
    • Sheenagh Day Maison Bengal Ros Spearing Ebony Horse Club Tokunbo Ajasa-Oluwa Catch22 Magazine
    • ACT REFLECT INSIGHTS UNDERTAKE NEXT ACTION NEXT STEPS Skills Contacts Info Knowledge Coaching + support Expert witnesses Peers
      • Learning programmes running since 1998
      • Over 550 SSE Fellows around the UK have completed programmes; 200+ current students
      • Active schools in 10 locations (incl. London, Liverpool, Leeds, Fife, Liverpool, Cornwall, Suffolk)
      • Operates as social franchise (best practice + quality system)
      • International developments in progress (SSE Australia running / + NZ, Canada)
      SSE information
      • 85% of organisations established at SSE are still in existence: strong survival rate
      • 60% report increased turnover after attending SSE; on average, a five-fold increase
      • 88% experience a growth in confidence and skills to lead
      • Over 50% make 10 or more useful contacts through SSE
      • Over half of SSE Fellows’ organisations gain more than 50% income from trading
      • For every 10 Fellows, 34 jobs created
      SSE evaluation
    • www.sse.org.uk http://del.icio.us/SSE @SchSocEnt www.slideshare.net/SSE [email_address] +44 (0)20 8981 0300
    • NCVYS awards NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS award for lifetime contribution Awarded to Roy Thornton NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS award for exemplary voluntary service Awarded to Major Iain Robertson Warwickshire & West Midlands (South) Army Cadet Force NCVYS Annual Conference 2010
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 Thank you and goodbye
    • NCVYS Annual Conference 2010 For more information about today’s conference including seminar notes and video interviews, please visit www.ncvys.org.uk