Futurebuilders will take its message on the road

Futurebuilders, the government fund that promotes third sector delivery of public services, is holding a set of roadshows to educate advisers about its loan finance model.

The free seminars are open to regional infrastructure bodies, Councils for Voluntary Service and local council staff who act as intermediary advisers to third sector organisations. Futurebuilders is encouraging delegates to bring guests from local voluntary groups that might benefit from investment.

"We want to make sure Councils for Voluntary Service are aware of the support we give to organisations we invest in," said Lin O'Hara, outreach and development manager at Futurebuilders England. "We share their risk and make sure they have the help they need to grow and move on."

The roadshows will take place in the north-west, Yorkshire and Humberside, the south-west, the midlands, eastern England, the north-east, the south-east and London in February and March.

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