Annual Meeting


Join us for our Annual Meeting and launch of our new data report: Tackling Poverty. With keynote speaker Stefan Noble, Director at OCSI.

Join us at Sussex Community Foundation’s Annual Meeting for the launch of our new data report: Tackling Poverty.

We are pleased to share our Tackling Poverty Report, part of the Sussex Uncovered series, which looks into the population dynamics in Sussex and the levels of poverty and disadvantage in our communities.

We are delighted to have keynote speaker Stefan Noble, Director and Head of Research at OCSI, to give insight into the report. OCSI, the team behind Local Insight, combine expertise in research and technology to support organisations working for social good to make evidence-based decisions.

At the event, we will also be in conversation with Kim Richards, CEO at Rother Voluntary Action, Hannah Clay, our Head of Grant Programmes and Kevin Richmond the Foundation’s CEO, discussing the current situation for people on the ground, what our Tackling Poverty Report reveals and how this will influence our grant making. And there will be an opportunity to put your questions forward too.

Tuesday 28 November 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Brighthelm Centre, North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YD.

We are pleased that refreshments will be made from surplus food provided by The Real Junk Food Project.

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Stefan Noble headshotKeynote speaker: Stefan Noble – Director and Head of Research 

Stefan joined OCSI in 2004 after completing an MA in Global Political Economy at the University of Sussex, and a research post in the Oxford University Social Disavantage Research Centre where he was part of the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2007 and 2004 development teams. He has a passion for facts and figures and a wide experience of using and analysing administrative data for area-based deprivation projects and has worked in collaboration with more than 100 national, local and regional government and voluntary organisations. 


This event is kindly sponsored by Chariot House. 

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