5th May


TACTIC Immigration and Asylum Training

Training on Supporting Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children. Free for anyone seeking asylum or those working in a voluntary capacity to support young people seeking asylum. For others, fees are £30 for one person, £50 for two.

7th May

10am - 12

Project 17 Training

Free training on access to support for EEA nationals and family members after Brexit. The session will cover: Identifying EEA nationals, family members and those with derivative rights, Overview of the EU Settlement Scheme, Entitlements to benefits and social housing for those impacted by Brexit and Overview of section 17 support and the likely impact of Brexit.

There are some other dates for this training in May and June. Check the booking link for details.

7th & 8th May

10- 5 each day.

Volunteer Expo

With a free programme of  virtual exhibitions, workshops, speakers and a youth hub looking at all aspects of volunteering. Events run all day and use the booking link to view the full agenda.

May 11th


Bromley By Bow Centre Spring Forum

Bromley by Bow Centre Online Spring Forum will look at radical approaches to community health in a post-COVID world. For the Bromley by Bow Centre, one of the best-known practitioners of integrated community health, the past year has represented a huge challenge.

At this event you will learn how, along with their community, they’ve ditched some of their preconceptions and become even more radical, brave and innovative.

May 11th & May 12th


Baobab Foundation are running the BaoLab Summit

A free, open virtual event for everyone dedicated to social progress within Black and Ethnic Minority communities. An opportunity to collaborate in a space to talk about the issues that matter and how power can be put into the hands of those closest to the community.

May 20th


London Challenge Poverty Week. Get Involved

London Challenge Poverty Week 2021 takes place from 11 – 17 October. An opportunity for all of us who care about tackling poverty in the capital to come together to increase visibility of the reality of poverty in London, encourage positive debate and show what is being done to tackle the issues. To kick off plans for this year’s week we are holding a ‘Get Involved’ session for anyone who would like to take part in some way. Come and hear about how the week has developed since it began in 2018, how organisations and individuals have taken part in past weeks, what support and training is on offer to help you to get involved and to be inspired! We are especially keen to welcome those with lived experience of poverty to help shape the plans.

Through May and June

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Disability Rights UK

Disability Rights UK are running a series of training courses online throughout May.  Each course runs for 2 days and  costs £135 and includes an introduction to welfare benefits, understanding Univeral Credit and PIP.

June 8th


Quaker Social Action Financial Resilience Training

Some upcoming training events for professionals: Better budgeting – 8 June.

Starting positive conversations about money – 16 June, 2.30-4.30. Talking to children about money – 22 June, 2-4.30. Each course costs £40.00

June 7th


Project 17 Training

Free training on Local authority support for families with No Recourse to Public Funds. Includes, Understanding ‘no recourse to public funds’, Identifying immigration status and entitlements, Support for families: section 17 of the Children Act 1989, Child in need assessments and human rights assessments, Risks to requesting support and Common problems accessing support (and how to overcome them).

There are some other dates for this training in July and August. Check the booking link for details.

June 24th and 25th

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Church Action on Poverty

An online conference to highlight findings of their research project Life on the Breadline: Christianity, Poverty and Politics in the 21st Century City.

No Deadline

UK Youth

#Young and Black Campaign have free resources available to download designed to support youth organisations with creating safe spaces for young people to discuss racial inequality.

No Deadline

Digital Candle

Digital Candle is a free service matching voluntary organisations up with a volunteer expert for an hour of free digital advice. Submit your question and within 48 hours you will receive an email matching you with an appropriate expert. No question is too broad or too niche; whatever you need to know, they will find someone who can help.

No Deadline


Offering some fabulous free art activity resources for families and organisations to access.

Ongoing Training

Booking from Now


NCVO have published their latest training bulletin. Most immediate training is sold out but there are booking opportunities for later in the year. There is no charge for smaller organisations and a sliding scale for organisations with an income of £50,000 or more.

No Deadline

Lime Bikes

Offering all London key workers – from NHS and emergency service staff to carers, teachers and supermarket staff unlimited free Lime e-bike rides to help commuting in a safe and socially distanced way during lockdown.