Are you a voluntary, community or faith organisation?


Want to free up money from your fuel bills to spend on your charity’s core purpose AND go greener?


Come along to the Energy Saving In Community Buildings free Zoom workshop on 16 July 2024 (10am-12.30pm) and 17 July 2024 (10am-12.30pm), and learn how to reduce your greenhouse gas emissions and your fuel bills.  Please complete the form below to book your place.

The purpose of this event is to give you the tools to lead transformational change in your organisation, helping everyone to see how making your building and operations low-carbon can help you deliver your vision and mission.  


At this event you will learn:


  • What are the enablers of ‘green wins’ in voluntary organisations?
  • How do buildings waste energy and what can you do about it?
  • What barriers do VCFSE organisations face to decarbonising, and what can you do to bring about organisational and cultural change?


Using our tailored workbook, you will develop an action plan for energy saving and decarbonisation tailored to your vision and mission and ready to present back at your organisation.


Who should attend?

  • Anyone in a voluntary, community, faith or social enterprise organisation with responsibility for buildings, budgets, or organisational strategy.


Places are limited, so book now! 

This workshop will be delivered by:


Phil Beardmore, Energy Confidence.


 Phil helps non-profits, small businesses, and households to save energy and reduce their emissions through writing decarbonisation strategies.  


Phil is truly an expert in his field. I can understand why most people around the West Midlands choose to go to Phil for energy-saving consultancy. Phil has a thorough understanding of energy conservation and sustainable living. Would highly recommend.  Nathalie Rush, MD, Six Star Insulation.

Steph Vidal-Hall, Good Work Coop.  Steph is a certified Thinking Environment® Coach and Facilitator, specialising in Transforming Meetings® – the Thinking Environment framework to enable everyone to do their own best thinking in all of their meetings. 

Meetings can be tricky because people can be tricky. Steph is good at winning the trust of people who aren’t easily persuaded; exec and non-exec. She has the capacity to run the room – there’s no substitute for that.  Chris Grant OBE, Sport England Board, Author of ‘Better Decisions’


Follow-up support is also available for attendees from Phil Beardmore through post-event Zoom meetings.




Workshop delivered by:



Good Work CoopEnergy confidence

Workshop supported by:

Solihull council logo

Levelling Up logo

Funded by UK Government logo