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Group of away day attendees

Meeting with our seven strategic partners at the Birmingham EcoPark

  • Environment
  • Social Inclusion

It was wonderful to spend time with our seven strategic partners yesterday at Birmingham EcoPark at the first King Charles III Charitable Fund Strategic Partners Meeting.

Our strategic partners were selected by Trustees for their enormously important work in the areas of environmental sustainability and social inclusion, both subjects close to The King’s heart.

Group of away day attendees

Partners came together to engage and make new connections, with conversations on regenerative farming, person-centred approaches, inspiring donor support and the future opportunities and challenges facing the charity sector. We also toured the EcoPark, a small wildlife reserve in Birmingham’s Small Heath which is doing tremendous work engaging the local community in the outdoors and improving access to quality green space.

Nikki Jeffery, Executive Director of KCCF, said ‘It was a great opportunity to hear the diverse insights and experience from across our strategic partners on topical programmatic and organisational areas. Thank you to everyone for engaging so fully and openly during the day.

Huge thanks to our strategic partners Age Scotland, BIGKID Foundation, Carers Trust, Omega… Ending Isolation, Ending Loneliness, Plantlife, Practical Action and the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts for joining us and to Birmingham EcoPark for hosting.