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It's back - The Gathering returns for 2022

 

Invitations open to host a session at this year's Gathering

One of the charity sector's biggest events is back as organisers unveil details of The Gathering 2022. 

Following a year off as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, SCVO’s flagship event returns this June, bringing together organisations from across the voluntary sector. 

The Gathering will take place on 15 and 16 June at the SEC in Glasgow, with consideration given for Covid guidance which could still be in place. 

SCVO said, following feedback from members, those attending will be invited to host sessions during the two days covering both practical and influencing events. 

Invitations for anyone who is interested in hosting a session are now open. 

SCVO director of development, David McNeill, said: “We are very excited to have The Gathering return this year as we know how much people value the opportunity to get together with colleagues from across the sector.

“It’s been a challenging couple of years since we hosted the last event, and we’ve all missed the opportunity to connect in real life. We hope this will make the 2022 event particularly special.

“We'll be doing things a bit differently this year to make sure it’s a safe and comfortable environment for everyone to meet and learn from each other.

“After two years of working together online, we are now looking forward to the opportunity to get together in person to share our challenges, ideas and aspirations going forward.”

 

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