A BUSINESS coaching firm is offering support to charities across Coventry and Warwickshire.
Hana Smiddy from ActionCOACH Warwick is looking for a local charitable organisation for the firm’s gifted coaching programe.
Hana said: ““2021 was a tough year to say the least with many charities having really struggled to survive as typical fundraising activities were impacted by the pandemic.
“There are 2,214 registered charities in Warwickshire alone, and we want to support the amazing work they do by gifting our expertise.
“This is why I’m calling for local charities to get in touch.
“Business coaching will help you to become more effective when it comes to financial management, marketing, operational processes and bringing the people in your teams together.”
ActionCOACH Warwick was launched in May 2019 with a mission to ensure every business owner in Warwickshire led a happy and successful life through their business.
During the pandemic it gifted more than 750 coaching sessions to support businesses in the region and provided support to two other charities – Warwickshire Young Carers and Shine a Light.
Hana added: ““We’re looking for someone who wants to take their charity to the next level in 2022.
“We don’t only want to support someone in making back what they have lost, we want to help them exceed their previous fundraising efforts.
“This will be about developing as an individual and leader as your charity grows so you can get the best outcomes for yourself, your team and the organisation.”
Charities from Coventry, Warwick, Leamington, Banbury or the surrounding areas who want to find out more can email Hana at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07376 182154.
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