Would you like someone from Golddigger Trust to come and share about our work at your event, church, group or workplace?

Members of the Golddigger Trust team are available to visit your group and share about the valuable work of the trust, including stories, videos and much more. There is no charge for this service, however the team will appropriately include a relevant appeal for individual giving, and may promote ways for individuals to get involved further in the charities work.

Golddigger Trust can provide a number of training and equipping seminars, aimed at both professionals and those with an interest in contemporary issues and young people. Alongside bespoke training sessions and our training courses, we currently offer training/awareness seminars covering the following topics:

  • Risky Relationships - including a professionals session involving the ‘Choose Your Own Adventure’ resource

  • Working with vulnerable young people

  • Working with other agencies

  • Talking to young people about sex and relationships

  • Topics around small/medium charity projects, including fundraising, strategic planning and good governance

There may be a small charge for these training seminars, please get in touch for more information.

Golddigger Trust team members are also regularly asked to speak at national conferences and events, particularly sharing about the innovative approaches that the Trust takes to youthwork, and to comment as experts in their field.

 
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Beth Stout- CEO

Golddigger Trust Chief Executive, Beth Stout, is a popular speaker, both live and via local and national media. Beth is available to speak on issues relating to youth work and youth culture, the work of Golddigger Trust and other relevant issues.

Beth has spoken at a variety of events including Youthwork Summit, Spring Harvest, Imagine Schoolswork and many others, alongside commenting in national media publications and major TV broadcasts (Watch Beth on Channel 4 news here or below) and welcomes invitations to speak at your event. For Beth’s full speaker bio and to enquire about inviting her to your event, please do get in touch.