Essex Social Value Festival 2022

Posted on: June 16, 2022

Essex County Council will hold its second social value festival on 18 – 21 July, aimed at organisations of any size, including charities, social and community enterprises across all sectors wishing to know more about social value. All the sessions will run online and are free of charge. View the full SV Fest 22 programme and book here.

This year, SV Fest includes a fringe event for public sector anchor institutions only (such as local authorities, NHS Trusts, universities, voluntary organizations) in partnership with Essex Anchor Network, an opportunity to share early ideas and practical steps on social value for climate and place. The Public Sector Knowledge-Sharing event takes place on 18 July 14:15 – 16:30. To book, please email the team at [email protected] with ‘DAY 1 PUBLIC SECTOR’ in the subject line to book.


It would be great if you could join us, and please do feel free to share this invitation far and wide to any partners, organisation or colleagues that you feel may be interested, especially in your own supply chain and community partners.

Author: Jade Bolton
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