Inaugural Third Sector Impact Conference Held in Aberdeen

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Greydern Associates held their inaugural Third Sector Impact Conference recently at the Town House, Aberdeen.

Its theme centred on “Good Governance, Social Impact and Fundraising against All Odds”, pertinent to the current concerns regarding cuts to funding across the board and the need to deliver on the Local Outcome Improvement Plan in Aberdeen. 

Greydern Director, Uche Iloka commented: “The Third Sector delivers invaluable work to some of the most vulnerable in society with often the least resources at their disposal. With these resources depleting and the need for their services increasing, it has become imperative endeavours are made to equip organisations and influencers of the sector for sustainable impact and continued relevance.”

He added: “Most Third Sector organisations are driven by a heart for their causes and often wear many different hats in the delivery of their services. “Greydern Associates feel it is important to “Give Back to Society” and want to assist these organisations to be more effective in their endeavours.”

“We have been absolutely delighted at the response to our first conference in Aberdeen and plan on making this a bi-annual event which will hopefully will grow further”.

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