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At CAP we're passionate about bringing life changing freedom and good news to people in desperate need - and using technology to do it. Our in-house technology team develops tools to support local churches reaching out to their communities. Through our award winning debt help, job clubs, life skills groups and addiction support groups, we're at the forefront of tackling UK poverty - and you could be part of it too!

Whether you're interested in finding out more about working for CAP, or just want to meet some of the team that make CAP work, we'd love you to join us. We also want to hear from you - how could we use tech to serve our clients better? Could you help us solve some of the complex problems we grapple with? This is your chance to see what happens when faith and technology collide to bring hope, freedom and good news. Don't miss out! Tickets are free - please make sure you book in advance. Please note changes in timings for both the Leeds and London event.

London

Date: Friday 17 November 2017

Timetable:
6:30pm - Drinks and canapes
7:15pm - Welcome and talk by Jon Day, Director of Technology and Transformation
7:30pm - Networking and discussion groups 

Venue: Mint Leaf, 1B Suffolk Pl, London SW1Y 4HX

Leeds

Date: Tuesday 14 November 2017

Timetable: 
6:00pm - Drinks and canapes 
6:45pm - Welcome and talk by Jon Day, Director of Technology and Transformation
7:00pm -  Networking and discussion groups

Venue: White Cloth Gallery, 24 - 26 Aire Street, Leeds, LS1 4HT

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