Big Advice Day 2021 is coming! Tuesday 15th June will see volunteer experts donating free one-to-one advice to small charities by telephone or web conference, with sessions covering the issues that matter to that charity. There will also be a series of informative live webinars available for attendees.

Bookings to receive one-to-one advice on Big Advice Day are now closed. You can still submit pending queries via the Advice Hub, which will be reopening in July. Queries submitted will be matched with an advisor when the Hub reopens.

Registration is NOW OPEN for all small charities to attend our free Big Advice Day webinar series! Access tailored sessions led by sector experts, across the day on 15th June. Register below.


This has been an exciting Small Charity Week event for more than 10 years, with hundreds of free advice hours matched annually. Individuals have the opportunity to access advice that could transform their small organisation, and our volunteer advisors are able to share their talents with some inspirational people.


In addition to one-to one sessions, on Big Advice Day all small charities (not just those booked for advice) can access free, informative live webinars on key operational topics that your organisation should be thinking about. Register now to join our live sector experts on 15th June, using the Zoom links below:

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Premier Charity Solutions
Premier Charity Solutions

National Cyber Security Centre
National Cyber Security Centre


Premier Charity Solutions
Premier Charity Solutions

Ask the IT Experts

10:10 - 10:55 AM

This Big Advice Day, our account management team at Premier Charity Solutions will be answering all of your IT and website questions. Specialising in the third sector, we combine our vast technology experience with a pro-active approach to make sure that your charity is provided with the best support possible. There is no question too big or too small, ask away!  


Where next for Income and Growth? Investing in a post-Covid world 

11:10 - 11:55 AM

In this session, Richard from M&G will share his wealth of experience in dealing with the investment of charitable endowments and reserves to review just what happened to markets last year and to provide a look at how things stand now; going back to first principles, what do we believe the valuation signals are telling us? What are the key things to look out for when assessing different types of asset? Why are the concepts of risk and reward so closely linked? And, where do we believe the best opportunities may lie for improving income cashflow or future asset growth in the post-Covid era? There will be plenty of time for Q&A so, whether you are new to investing, or you simply want to update and build upon any experience you may already have, we would be delighted to see you attend on the day!   

A Guide to Charity Reserves – Everything you need to know about reserves in 30 minutes

2:10 - 2:55 PM

Join the team from PWW for a coffee and listen to our discussion on charity reserves, where we will address some common questions and help you understand why reserves are important.

A Beginner's Guide to Cyber Security 

3:10 - 3:55 PM

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) recently launched the Cyber Aware Campaign for small organisations. Cyber Aware is the government’s advice on staying secure online and protecting your organisation from cybercrime. Join us for this session to learn about six ways you can improve your online security, from managing passwords to backing up your data. This will also be an opportunity to learn more about the products and guidance on offer by the NCSC and a chance to asks any questions you have about cyber security. The NCSC is the UK’s national technical authority on cyber security for the public and private sector. It was established in 2016 to provide a unified source of advice, guidance to make the UK the safest place to live and work online.

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