Start: 18 August 2020 10AM
End: 18 August 2020 12:30PM
Online via ZOOM
Are you applying to the right trusts? Are you applying to enough trusts? Are you asking for the right amount of money? Are you applying in the right ways? Are your projects the most fundable projects?
Are you carrying out trust fundraising in a professional way? Are you delegating enough work? Are you highly productive or just very busy? Are you looking for trusts in all the right places?
How do you compare with your competitors for funding? Is the rest of your fundraising hampering your bids to trusts? Do you understand what trusts are ideally looking for?
Staff members, volunteers, trustees or board members of charities, schools, not for profits or public sector organisations who intend to submit grant funding applications to charitable grant making trusts and foundations. People who provide advice to these organisations are also welcome.
Participants receive full notes and sample bids by e-mail after the workshop. The workshop consists of talk, questions and answers. There are no power points or audio visuals used. All places must be booked through the online booking system using a debit card, credit card or paypal. We do not issue invoices or accept bank or cheque payments. If you do not have a payment card from your organisation please use a personal one and claim reimbursement using the booking confirmation e-mail as proof of purchase.
Workshop bookings are non-cancellable and non-refundable. If you are unable to participate on the booked date you may allow someone else to log on in your place. There is no need to contact us to let us know that there will be a different participant. Bookings are non-transferable between dates unless an event is postponed. If an event is postponed then bookings will be valid on any future scheduled date for that workshop.
If you have a question please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org You will usually receive a response within 24 hours. Due to training commitments they unable to accept questions by phone.