September 28th

11 - 12.30

Clinks Women's Network Forum

This meeting will focus on supporting women who are in the criminal justice system to meet their housing needs and achieve accommodation outcomes for them and their families.

October 5th

12 - 1.30pm

Framing Poverty and Talking To The Media

A free training session with a representative from Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Aishah Siddiqa from On Road Media to help you understand how to effectively discuss poverty to public-facing audiences and build capacity for speaking to the media.

October 11th - 17th


Daily for the Week.

London Challenge Poverty Week

Events listed on the LCPW website include Newham Council hosting a webinar on London’s Poverty Profile, ATD Forth World Poetry events, The Impact of Community Gardens and Food Growing in Lewisham and many more.

Check the link for details of all events as they are confirmed.

November 30th

10 - 11 am

4in10 'Coffee Morning' - Theme, Housing and Homelessness

Zoom ‘coffee mornings’ for members and friends.  These will provide a space to listen, learn, network, and voice concerns regarding issues linked to child poverty in London. Held online every six weeks, these 1-hour sessions offer an opportunity to listen and discuss a variety of areas that matter to you. 4in10 Open Coffee Mornings are open to anyone in London with a concern for the state of child poverty in our capital. November has the theme of Housing and Homelessness but feel free to bring any burning issues or just come to listen.

Online guide.

Community Southwark Practical Guide to Influencing

A useful guide to Influencing the local authority; a guide to campaigning and influencing councillors, council officers and MPs. 4in10 will be offering practical training on influencing in the lead up to London Challenge Poverty Week. Watch this space for more new

Dates through July to September

Project 17. Free Training Offers


The introductory session focuses on the wider support options available for migrants with NRPF. It is aimed at those who would like to improve their knowledge on these issues and who occasionally work with families with No Recourse to Public Funds. 19th July and the 17th September. Challenging refusals of support for families with NRPF 10am-3:30pm. 23rd August 2021. Section 17 support for NRPF families experiencing domestic abuse This session covers some of the same areas as the ‘Local authority support for families with No Recourse to Public Funds’ training but with a focus on those experiencing domestic abuse. 23rd September, 10am-3.30pm

Various Dates through September and October but book now if interested.


Partnership for Young London. Trauma Informed Practice Learning.

No Deadline

Clear Lessons Free Learning Videos.

An initiative from the Charity Learning Consortium offering  a huge range of video learning from Workforce Inclusion and Diversity to Writing a Good Fundraising Proposal. You need to sign up to access the resources but everything is entirely free.

No Deadline

Catalyst Free Tech Training and Ideas for Charities.

Website sharing a vast number of free ‘recipes’ and training opportunities all designed for voluntary organisations to use technology more effectively.

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.