GET INFORMED offers free one-to-one mentors to help social enterprise and charity board members better understand the opportunities and risks of social investment.
How It Works
Mentoring is peer support in the form of sharing knowledge, skills, experience, opinion, informal advice.
Mentees are matched with a mentor who has a good knowledge of social investment including the risks and opportunities around it. GET INFORMED mentors will also understand the roles and responsibilities of charity trustees and social enterprise boards with regards to finance, investment and associated risks.
We will match you with a mentor in our network best suited to your organisation's needs.
Get in touch with your mentor to access 8 hours of support over 6 - 12 months.
What could mentoring do for you?
Mentoring is peer support in the form of sharing knowledge, skills, experience, opinion, informal advice. It does not constitute professional advice which will need to be sought independently to ensure expert guidance pertaining to any financial transaction or decision-making.
"It has been a great experience for me and it has helped me to feel more empowered. Something about having a mentor made me feel like I was someone who invests in themselves and can be taken more seriously somehow."