Not for Profit Sector Lunch

Hospice of the Good Shepherd, Chester CH2 4DG
Date: 17th October 2018
Time: 12pm – 2pm

This event is held for the Not for Profit Sector and there is no cost for attending.

The theme for this lunch is ‘Fraud Awareness and Cyber Security’ and is most relevant to CEO’s. As usual, we are limiting places to just 20 people, which ensures that the format of the lunch is as informal as possible, creating an open forum for discussion and networking.

We are delighted to be joined by our speakers, who include Helen Potts and Darren Kewley. Helen is a fraud awareness analyst at RBS NatWest, and Darren is a networks and cyber security specialist at Protos Networks.

Helen will discuss the current top threats seen by the not for profit sector and the pitfalls to avoid. She will include threat examples and case studies of real situations and will share key steps to take to help better protect your organisation.

Darren, the co-founder of Protos Networks, will discuss how to defend your organisation against cyber-threats. He has provided technical and consultancy support to organisations such as the Foreign and Commonwealth office, Thales Defence, Unilever and MoneySuperMarket.

As always, we anticipate a high level of demand and will therefore allocate places on a ‘first come first served’ basis. We ask that just one person from each organisation attends. If you would like to bring a colleague then please confirm their details when booking your place, we will add them to our reserve list, at which point if a cancellation arises we will contact them to offer an additional place.

To reserve your place please email

GDPR’s impact on your not for profit organisation

Hillyer McKeown Solicitors, Tithebarn Street, Liverpool L2 2QP
Date: 15th February 2018
Time: 12pm – 2pm

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are coming into force on 25th May 2018 and now is the time to prepare!

McEwan Wallace Accountants, NatWest Bank and Hillyer McKeown Solicitors would like to invite you to attend our lunch aimed specifically at the Not for Profit sector. There is no cost for attending.

Join us for our seminar and networking lunch to learn more about what changes are coming under the GDPR, and what actions you need to take now to ensure you’re compliant with the new regulations.

We will focus on 2 main areas:

- GDPR’s impact on fundraising
Presented by Caroline Siddall, Director of Income Generation at Hospice of the Good Shepherd

- GDPR’s impact on data processing & data retention in day-to-day HR procedures
Presented by Justine Watkinson, Partner & Head of Employment at Hillyer McKeown

The lunch will be most relevant to CEOs and fundraising managers and, as with all our lunches, we limit the numbers to just 20 delegates. This ensures that the format of the lunch is as informal as possible, creating an open forum for discussion, debate and networking.

The lunch is being held at Hillyer McKeown offices in Liverpool on Thursday 15th February from 12pm – 2pm and places are reserved on a ‘first-come-first-served’ basis. We kindly ask that just 1 person from each organisation attends.

To book your place please email Rebekka Cairns at

We are delighted to invite you to our exclusive lunch - An audience with Justin Urquhart Stewart & Jan Mølby

Date: Friday 15th September

Venue: Torintone Suite, Thornton Hall Hotel, Thornton Hough

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